Family Wild Camping Experience

June 8, 2018 – June 10, 2018 all-day
Tortworth Arboretum
Lisa Tozer
07791 140916
Family Wild Camping Experience @ Tortworth Arboretum

Have you always wanted to go wild camping with your family?

Would you like to learn skills that you can take away with you so you can continue to enjoy the great outdoors together?

Learn woodland skills

Share evening meals cooked on a campfire

Toast marhsmallows

Join in with campfire songs

Listen to stories

Feed the resident goats

Play woodland games

Soak in the sights and sounds of a beautiful woodland

This will be a weekend to remember, a chance for the whole family to relax and unwind in a beautiful woodland setting. You might see a shooting star, spot a deer or hear a badger snuffling at night..

Woodland skills are taught by a qualified Forest School (Level 3) instructor. They will include:

Fire Lighting

Cooking on the Fire

Wild Food Foraging

Den Building


Woodland Arts & Crafts

Tool Use

Animal Tracking

Evening meals will be provided (see menu further down this page) and the campfire will be lit several times throughout the day so you can cook on the fire, have hot water for tea/coffee and washing dishes.

There is a compost toilet on site, a small shelter the campfire and dish washing washing facilities provided.

Don’t have a tent? Hire one of our bell tents or family tents and arrive to have it all set up for you – all you have to do is bring bedding.