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Camping and the outdoors is a big part of Scouting. There are campsites across Herefordshire and Worcestershire that are used.

 

Warren Oak, Ledbury, Herefordshire.

Warren Oak is a large 15 acre camp site comprising a large area of grass land separated into a number of fields with a central group of buildings including a toilet block, holiday centre, stores and support buildings.

Warren Oak Campsite Website

 

Rhydd Covert, Bewdley, Worcestershire.

Rhydd Covert is a UK Scout camp site owned and run by Kidderminster and District Scout Council, England. It is set in 50 acres of unspoilt woodland and grassed areas, which fall naturally into individual sites of varying sizes. Facilities include Activity Centre, Toilet and shower blocks for campers (disabled facilities).

Activities –  Numerous, including Tower, Rifles, Archery, Orienteering, Pioneering, Bivouacking, Assault Course, Cat Trail, Plus many other adventurous activities through our Scouting partners “Activate”, both on and off site.

Rhydd Covert Campsite Website

 

Kinver Scout Camp, Kinver, Staffordshire.

Kinver Scout Camp consists of 23 acres of woodland with glades and open areas forming individual camping sites. The 37 sites are complemented by the Chief’s Lodge, Jim Jukes Cabin and Harcourt Webb centre for those requiring indoor accommodation. An air rifle range, activity tower (climbing, abseiling and aerial runway), archery range, small orienteering course, and environmental pond provide activities for campers and day visitors. Metal detectors and pioneering poles are also available for use. The site is served by a shop, laundry and first aid room.

Kinver Scout Campsite website

 

 

National Scout Campsite Register

The majority of the scout campsites across the country are registered on the national website. You may wish to look there.

National Website