WE ARE FULLY BOOKED FOR AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND! LETS HOPE THE WEATHER IS KIND!
Welcome to Crowtrees Caravan Site, we are situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park in the Staffordshire village of Waterhouses, inbetween the historic towns of Ashbourne and Leek, near to Alton Towers, surrounded by beautiful countryside, impressive hills and delightful dales.
Please be aware that we have a small increase in price to £17 per night for a fully serviced hard standing caravan pitch. This is from the 1st of October 2019. Please see our ‘blog’ page for more information.
We do not accept work vehicles such as vans or sign written pick ups.
We only accept bookings with 24 hours notice prior to arrival.
When booking, please provide your vehicle or motorhome registation number as this will activate the barrier when you arrive. We will then greet you at the second gate to provide the code to enter the site.
If you are following a sat nav and have never been to use before, it may try and send you to the next-door farm. So do not go down any stone track between two fields as it is too tight to turn a caravan around. There is a green sign at the end to warn you that the caravan site cannot be entered down there.
When approaching from Leek, following the road into the village of Waterhouses, you will drive past a tractor and machinery store and our drive is almost straight opposite it. The speed camera is the opposite side of the road to the drive. It is a tarmac drive with wooden gates at the end, which are open. We also have a green sign that reads ‘Crowtrees Caravan site’. You may also see the barrier half way down the drive.
When approaching from Ashbourne, follow the road all the way through the village of Waterhouses, until you come past the fish and chip shop on your left. Once you have passed this, there is a small row of cottages then our field. The drive runs between two fields and it opposite the speed camera on the right-hand side of the road. You will see a green side that reads ‘Crowtrees Caravan site’ and we have a tarmac drive with wooden gates at the end which are open. There is also a barrier half way down the drive.