Drum Hill is located about 4 miles north of Derby. We are in a central position in England, close to the M1, A38 and the A50. The site, which covers about 80 acres, is made up of open fields and mixed woodland, all of which are bordered by dry stone walls and hedges and is at the top of a wooded hillside, giving excellent views over the city of Derby to the south and the countryside of Derbyshire to the north.
Drum Hill can be used by Scout and Guide groups, youth groups, and for educational purposes.
The site has 3 accommodation buildings and a large indoor acvtivity barn.
We provide a large range of activities including; abseiling, climbing, archery, and open fires plus much more. Full details of our activities can be found on the activities pages on our website. To book please contact our booking secretary.
Attractions near to Drum Hill include the Peak District, Chatsworth House, Alton Towers, Carsington Water and many more.
We only accept bookings from recognised youth or educational groups. We are unfortunately not able to take bookings from the general public.