The main buildings are located in the central area of the site around a car parking area which can accommodate 15 cars; further car parking space is available.
The Campsite Warden, who is usually on site during the day, can provide further details and arrange access to the on-site facilities and equipment. The main facilities comprise the following:
The Mitchell Centre provides an open fronted but covered area for social gatherings and some indoor games, particularly during inclement weather; the Tuck Shop is located in this area and is for the use of anyone using the campsite. The Campsite Wardens office is also in this building.
There are 35 camping areas of varying size each of which can accommodate several tents. These areas are separated by bushes and hedges giving some isolation between camps.
For camp fire cooking altar fire cradles are available for hire at the campsite.
Toilet, wash and shower facilities, with separate facilities for men, women, boys and girls, are available for all campers and users of the site. Facilities for the physically disabled are also available.
Sleeping accommodation is provided in two adjoining dormitories each equipped with bunk beds for up to 18 and 14 young people respectively. A separate room with two bunk beds is for adults.
Attached to, and hired with, this building is the Dining Room which has extensive catering facilities (pans and utensils are not included), with seating and tables for the residents of the Pack Holiday Centre to dine there.
Further adult sleeping accommodation is available in the adjacent Colenutt Cabins.
This is a new building that has been designed primarily for lectures, meetings, discussion groups, etc. that require a well-equipped facility with space for up to 60 people in the main meeting room and with three smaller seminar rooms for small meetings and discussion groups.
Additionally the building contains toilets (including one for the physically disabled) and a well equipped kitchen suitable for providing drinks and light meals.
Archery and Target Shooting
The Roberts Bird and Squirrel Hide
Guided Nature Walks and studies for small groups of people may be undertaken at the campsite, these will count towards the Scout Naturalist Badge. Further details may be obtained from the Campsite Warden.
A low level obstacle course is available as an activity for young people of 8 – 18 years, with adult supervision up to 14 years. This comprises several different obstacles and challenges.
There is a Play Area for the younger children, up to the age of 11 years, adult supervision is required.
The campsite is open for camping from 1st April (or Easter) to 31st October, and closes to camping in the winter in order to comply with the requirements of the SSSI. However the buildings in the central area are available for use all the year round.
A wide range of youth groups use the campsite but it is mainly and extensively used by the Scouts for camping and outdoor activities in the summer months.
The facilities are also appropriate and available for hire by other organisations and groups, particularly those who are looking to conduct meetings and activities in a rural setting without the distractions often occurring at their place of work or learning.