Contact Mark Burnside 07507 862 980

Rudyard Vale Caravan Park lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty, close to the Peak District National Park, and just a few miles from
Leek, Stoke, Congleton, Macclesfield and Buxton. It has views to the
South and is sheltered from the North.

Our caravan park is in a sheltered location where there are 40 pitches
with park lighting, all within half a mile are a pub with meals from £8.00,
boats for hire, a narrow gauge steam railway and a cafe.

Annual Pitch Fees for 2023 - from £1600 to £3800 - depending
on size and location of pitch

Static caravans for sale £7k and £12k apply for full details

The lake is owned by Canal & River Trust and is administered by The Rudyard Lake Trust - and supported by The Rudyard Lake League of Friends. 2 visitors centres have been built on the lake side, along with toilets and changing rooms.

The early history of Rudyard goes back to saxon times when it was known as Rudierd. It has seen various tenants from 1318 Ranulph Rodhyerd, great grandson of Richard the Crusader and later, from 1723, the Earl of Macclesfield. In 1797 Rudyard Reservoir was constructed to supply water to the canal system.

The railway arrived in 1850 and provided the opportunity for the area to become a major tourist attraction. During this period it became known as Rudyard Lake, and for 40 years substantial property development took place. Many commercial enterprises came, and were extremely sucessful due to the thousands of excursionists arriving on a daily basis by train.

Country caravan park near Leek, Congleton, Macclesfield, Stoke-on-Trent, Ashbourne and Buxton

Rudyard Vale Caravan Park - Owner Mark Burnside
Lake Road, Rudyard, Leek ST13 8RN - Tel: Mark Burnside 07507 862 980

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