COVID-19: It is with regret that Huish Woods Campsite is currently closed to all visitors. If you have an urgent message, please email info@huishwoods.org.uk and we will respond as quickly as possible.

Corporate & Adult

If you are interested in enquiring further or making a booking, then please contact us for costs and availability of the activities and accommodation.

Buildings Price
Govett Hall (44)
Overnight / head
Day Session
Evening Session

£9.00
£100.00
£50.00
Tone Cabin (14)
Overnight / head
Day Rate

£9.00
£30.00
Other Bunk Rooms / head
Centenary Room (10)
Paul Young Room (6)
Leaders Room (4)
Bill Law Room (2)

£9.00
£9.00
£9.00
£9.00

 

Camping Cost
Summer Rate (1st April to 30th Sept)
Winter Rate (1st October to 31st March)
Day Visitors
Evening Visitors
£7.00
£5.00
£4.00
£3.00

 

Activities (90 min session) Price (per head)
Archery
Woodland Skills
Shooting
Zip Wire
Caving (Artificial)
Laser Tag
Curling (New Age)
Spiders Web
Orienteering
£5.50
£5.50
£5.50
£5.50
£3.50
£3.00
£1.50
£1.50
£2.00

Instructed activities have a 25% discount if own approved/qualified instructor is provided.
Activities – 15 max

Trails Price (per sheet)
Blindfold Trail
Beaver/Jungle Book Trail
Nature Quest
Photo Quest
£1.00
£1.00
£1.40
£1.40

Deposits

All booking require payment of a deposit as confirmation of the booking. Please complete the Booking Form and return it to Huish Woods, together with the appropriate deposit, within 30 days of the enquiry letter. Cheques should be made payable to “Blackdown District Scout Council” only Group cheques accepted. Deposits are non-returnable and can not be carried over to another camp. All buildings/campsite bookings/equipment hires where a fee is due require a 20% deposit.

On Arrival

We ask that Groups report to the main office on arrival to Huish Woods. Please inform the Crew of any expected visitors throughout your stay. Buildings and sites can be occupied from 6pm Friday and must be vacated by 4 pm Sunday for weekend use. Please note Camping times can be arranged with prior agreement from the site office.

Nature and the outdoors are languages that can be learned. Once you identify a beech tree, tie a clove hitch or cook a simple meal over a fire that you’ve built yourself, you’ll never forget it.'
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls