Remember when you could run wild in the woods..? Play for hours climbing trees, building a den or toasting marshmallows on the ﬁre?
Come and immerse yourselves in our beautiful ancient woodland. Allow nature and the magic of the campﬁre to send you home feeling healthy, energised and relaxed.
On a mission to inspire a love of the woods.
We’ve created an experience that is as close to wild camping as possible, with fires and space enough to feel like you are nearly on your own in the woods but with lovely hot showers and composting loos for a few creature comforts.
It’s a chance to disconnect from the everyday and reconnect with nature, with others and with yourself. A place for creating lasting memories with your loved ones.
If you need some gentle easing into the woodland camping experience, we have a select number of pre-erected bell tents available (…or maybe you just want to turn up and camp with the minimum of fuss).
We also run a full programme of on-site activities for all ages; both themed weekends and regular sessions. We have our own free-range hens, a local farm shop and acres of woodland to explore.
To help you ease into the weekend, every Friday (in August and September) you can pre-book delicious wood-fired pizza’s from Woodhouse or you can buy local craft beers from Kent Brewery, available for delivery to site every Friday….that’s one less thing to pack!
We are on top of the Kent North Downs in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are probably the closest woodland camping to London. Being a designated local wildlife site, conservation and preservation of the ancient woodland environment is an important part of how we run our woods.
If you prefer your campsite with mown lawns, plastic playgrounds and a swimming pool then we’re probably not for you..! Do check out the links in our guest book for reviews.
“Britains 20 best campsites” – The Times
“best campsite for nature activities”– theguardian
“Britains’s 25 Coolest Campsites – best off the beaten track” -The Daily Telegraph
“Britains’s most therapeutic forests – and how to enjoy them” -The Daily Telegraph
“16 Gorgeous campsites near to London” – TimeOut