Where to go walking and cycling There’s nothing better than getting out and about on foot or by bicycle, and within just a short distance of Lime Tree Holiday Park is a huge variety of farm walks, public footpaths and family friendly routes to go walking and cycling. Lime Tree Holiday Park
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Awesome Autumn – My favourite every time. The height of summer may be the best bet for sun drenched days and balmy nights but when it comes to camping holidays, I love the autumn. It’s cheaper, it’s less crowded and in today’s globally warmed climate, the weather surprises us more often than not with
Where to go fishing in Derbyshire Lime Tree Holiday Park is beautifully sited and surrounded by a host of fishing locations offering stunning views and excellent fishing days. There are several day-ticket coarse fishing options in the area with prices generally ranging from £4-£8 a day: River fishing in Derbyshire River
Where to find rainy day attractions Sunny days at Lime Tree Holiday Park are always magical, but on those rainy days when the weather isn’t quite so perfect, there are plenty of fascinating and fun attractions in the area to keep you occupied and entertained. For more information see….. Culture vulture
Where to play golf Buxton is surrounded by numerous golf courses and driving ranges providing great sport and picturesque views of the Derbyshire Dales. Within just seven miles of Lime Tree Holiday Park there are three great clubs: Buxton and High Peak, Cavendish, and Chapel-en-le-Frith. There’s also the Peak Practice Driving Range, and if you