Here in Cheshire we have 5 Activity Centres / Campsites across the County, please find more information below about each. For any enquiries please get in touch with the centre using the centres contact form.
Forest Camp Activity Centre
Set in rural Cheshire, Forest activity centre is a large wooded site which can accommodate over 750 people. Choose from tented, glamping or residential accommodation Spanning across 20 acres of woodland, guests can choose from over 17 activities including Archery, High Ropes or our exciting Cave Bus course.
Tatton Park Campsite
Located in the secure parkland of a National Trust property, Tatton is ideal for water-based activities as it has access via a private jetty to Tatton Mere.
The campsite has several large grassed camping areas bordering an open activity field with easy access to water points and three smaller woodland sites. Wood burning is permitted using the altar fires provided and in the campfire circle, which has rustic seating provided.
Barnswood Scout Camp site is set in the Staffordshire Moorlands, just outside of Cheshire and is the District scout camp site for Macclesfield & Congleton. Barnswood is open to all Scouting, Guiding and Youth groups for camps of all sizes.
Barnswood Scout Camp Site is 63 acres in size and consists of mixed woodland with 22 open grassed camping sites and a selection of buildings.
Set in 28 acres of secluded countryside near Crewe it is open to all members of the Scouting and Guiding fraternity.
A stream, 5 acres of mature woodland and a 7 acre camping field make Milldale an ideal location for traditional troop and patrol camping activities. A toilet block and large barn provide additional facilities.
Queens Charlottes Wood Campsite
Comprising of nine acres of undulating woodland it has sheltered grass sites that are suitable for Group or Patrol camping.
Being positioned between the Frodsham and Helsby Hills at the end of the sandstone ridge that runs NW to NE across the Cheshire plain, it is an ideal base site for those wishing to walk the Sandstone Trail or the Delamere Forest.