Facilities

The Gibson Building– 2 storey, centrally heated building with a kitchen and dining area on the ground floor. The dining area doubles as an activity room in wet weather. On the first floor, are 3 rooms which sleep a total of 38 persons, 6, 10 and 22 respectively. On the ground floor there is a two bedded en-suite disabled bedroom, the toilet and shower are designed for use by the disabled.

The Clifton Building– is situated adjacent to the Gibson Building ,is a single storey building, centrally heated, suitable for smaller groups. It comprises of a kitchen, activity / dining room and 3 bedrooms able to accommodate 16 (6-6-4).

Pointon Cabin – This is a single storey, wooden constructed building, approx. 56′ x 20′. It comprises of a kitchen, large activity/dining area.Sleeping capacity  for 24 persons in 4 bedrooms, of which 2 rooms each have 2 bunk beds (4 people)  .The other 2 bedrooms have 4 bunk beds in each (8 people).

It is possible to accommodate extra persons however they would have to use carry mats and sleep in the main room on the floor. This building benefits from an air to air heating system.

Climbing and Abseil wall – Centrally situated in the camp is a 40′ purpose built tower, with a 36′ abseil drop. The tower is available for use by groups, providing they have an instructor with a current Climbing and abseil certificate.The certificate must be in the possession of the instructor and shown to Camp staff prior to access to the climbing wall is allowed. Groups must provide their own ropes and safety equipment (helmets MUST be worn).

It may be possible to arrange for the use of equipment and an instructor for those Scout groups who do not have their own.

Archery and Air Rifle Shooting

A new purpose built unit is available for Archery and Air Rifle shooting which groups can use with their own equipment and instructor.
Equipment is available for hire and it may also be possible to make an instructor available.

Laser Tag

This is a great activity for groups of up to 20 at a time, run on the campsite in the wooden areas and lasting for 2 hours. A firm favourite for all those who have tried it.

Camping Areas – There are numerous camping areas, and water points throughout the camp..

Toilet and Showers. There are male and female toilet and showers facilities alongside the Gibson building for use by people using the Gibson and Clifton buildings. There is a modern toilet and shower block by Windy House Cabin. and there is also a modern toilet and shower facility near to the main camping area. Showers are free to use .

Camp Chapel – There is an outdoor camp chapel for use by visiting groups.

Tuck Shop – This is currently closed until a new one is built.