Kinver Camp consists of 23 acres of woodland with open areas forming individual camping sites.
Our 11 camp sites are complemented by a selection of indoor accommodation to suit various needs. We also have a fire shelter, shop, laundry and large toilet/shower facility onsite.
The site is open all year to members of the Scout Association and all other recognised Youth Organisations and Associations.
Private bookings - please contact us directly.
Located up by the Rifle Range. Sleeps 6 with a microwave and fridge. Can be combined with other indoor accommodation.
Cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are not provided.
A large wooded area normally hired as one site but can be split and booked for two small troop size camp. Often booked by D of E groups as it feels out of the way but has easy access to the Kinver Edge via the Comber Road pedestrian gate (coded lock). As this site is under the tree there is little grass cover.
A small site in a wood area suitable for a couple of patrols to camp. The site can feel out of the way to the rest of the camp but is still close to all the services. Popular with D of E groups and Explorer Scout Units as it is right by the Comber Road pedestrian gate (coded lock) which leads directly to Kinver Edge.
Known as Birmingham Bank - expect to be carrying your camping kit up a fairly steep incline to this large open grass site. It is suitable for large groups or can be used as two separate sites for smaller groups. It is in the main on sloping ground but close to the toilet block.
A patrol or small Troop size grass area which gives a feeling of isolation from other sites. Like sites 7 and 8 there is a fairly steep bank up to the site. A nice quiet site good for smaller groups who want to be out of the way of the main site.
A good sized grass area central to the site and by the activity field. For large group camps this can be booked with Campsite 10.
Two storey Canadian style log cabin with a sitting/dining area, fully fitted kitchen and bunks upstairs. The sleeping area is split into 2 bunk rooms (6 bed & 8 bed) – Mattresses are NOT provided. There is a single toilet upstairs and a private toilet block next to the cabin (2 WC's and a shower)
Large open space for indoor sleeping/activities with tables and chairs available.
Fully fitted kitchen with a range style cooker, double sink, fridge/freezer, kettle, microwave, toaster, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery for up to 30.
Four separate WC including one for disabled users.
Weekend bookings only.
Sleeping accommodation for 20 people in bunk beds. There is a communal area sleeping 8 people, two rooms which both sleep 4 people and 2 rooms which each accommodate 2 people.
The building also benefits from a disabled toilet/shower and an additional WC with washing facilities.
Provides an indoor cooking/eating area.
Fully fitted kitchen with a range style cooker (gas hob and electric fan oven), double sink, fridge, freezer, microwave and cooking utensils for up to 30.
Includes a sitting/dining room with various tables and chairs and a private single WC and shower room.
Basic wooden cabin offering simple accommodation.
Sleeps three in a bunk and single bed and benefits from a wash basin and heating.
This activity takes part on our Activity Tower and involves lowering yourself to the ground from the top of our tower. All equipment and Instructors are provided.
For a 1.5 hr session we'd recommend up to 12 participants. If you're group is larger than this we'd recommend booking another session to ensure everyone gets a decent go.
We recommend this activity for ages 10+ although it is possible to run it for all ages. Our Zip Wire is a good alternative for the younger ones.
We have our own archery range with up to 3 targets, an all weather cover and lighting. This activity is suitable for all age groups.
All equipment is provided and a qualified Instructor can be provided. If you have your own instructor please book "Archery Own Instructor".
For a 1.5 hr session we recommend up to 12 participants. If you have more than this in your group we'd recommend booking another session to insure everyone gets a decent go.
This is the official kit from Archery GB. Designed to be used by young people of Primary School age. You do not need any official training or a Scout Permit to run this activity but the instructor should have good knowledge of how to run Archery sessions safely.
Electronic Bat detection equipment is available, along with reference material.
This is an evening activity which uses the equipment provided to listen to the sonar signal used by bats to navigate and locate food. With practice it is possible to identify different species of bat.
Suitable for all ages. This is a Leader led activity.
Camp Fire Circle
This is a shared space. We encourage groups to invite others to their campfires and it is not bookable in the evenings during weekends and holidays.
If you wish to use the fire circle during the day for backwards cooking book the times you require.
Must be booked with an overnight or day visitor booking!
This activity takes place on our Activity Tower with the options of a slab face (slope) and a vertical wall. All equipment and Instructors are provided.
For a 1.5 hr session we recommend up to 12 participants. If you have more than this in your group we'd recommend booking another session to ensure everyone gets a decent go.
Climbing is suitable for all age groups as we have routes for all abilities.
Four sledges and safety helmets are available.
This activity is very suitable for all age groups.
Note: This is a Leader controlled activity, no instruction is necessary.
Rifle Shooting is run on the Rifle range with up to 4 target holders.
If you have your own qualified Instructor please book "Rifle Shooting Own Instructor".
For a 1.5 hr session we'd recommend up to 12 participants. If you're group is larger than that we'd recommend booking another session to ensure everyone gets a decent go.
We recommend this activity for ages 10+ although it is possible to run it for all ages. Archery is a good alternative for the younger ones.