Coronavirus Update (23rd June 2020): Edale’s main car park is OPEN as are the public toilets. The pubs and campsites are currently closed but the Penny Pot Cafe is open and offering a takeaway service.
Parking is relatively limited in Edale and the available spaces can fill up very quickly on busy weekends (sunny, snowy, bank holidays or events).
The main car park is located next to the village hall at S33 7ZP. There are only 138 spaces as well as a few spaces for coaches. Please see the signs for parking restrictions and charges. Don’t be tempted to park on the grass or outside of the marked spaces – the traffic wardens visit regularly! Cost is £5 for up to 10 hours or £6 for up to 24 hours – pay and display.
There is overspill parking available on certain days throughout the year and this is provided by the Parish Council. Cost is £4 per day and funds raised from the overspill car park go to village groups and charities. See signposts on days the overspill is operating.
The station car park has a very limited spaces – only 20 – and is pay and display.
The National Trust has a parking area between Barber Booth and Upper Booth for NT members.
Please don’t park outside of the village car parks. The majority of the village is either clearway or restricted parking and, in any case, the roads are too narrow to allow safe parking. Please always park considerately and think about those that live and work in Edale. Access is required at all times for the emergency services as well as for large farm vehicles throughout the village.