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Biblins Youth Campsite
(Average user rating: 5 unrated 5/5)

Biblins campsite is one of the best places in Southern Britain for young people to enjoy outdoor education in spectacular scenery.

Kayak canoe on River Wye at Biblins campsiteActivities

There are a whole host of activities available for groups at the Biblins site from walking and cycling to canoeing, orienteering, climbing and bushcraft.

Biblins BunkhouseAccomodation and Camp facilities

There are a range of accomondation types from the Bunkhouse to the Burrow and camping pitches. There is no electricity on site but the Bunkhouse has a generator.

How to find us

The site is situated in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by the woodland of the Wye Gorge Site of Special Scientific Interest. It's less than 2 miles from the A40 giving good motorway access from the M4, M5 and M50.

How to book

The campsite and Bunkhouse are open from 1 March - 31 October. Biblins is very popular so it is always advisable to check availability with us.

What do other visitors say?

5 Stars 5 Stars

This is a fantastic site for youth activity camping. In a deep wooded river valley with lots of great walking, biking and canoeing nearby. We have been coming here for years and had many great camps, which have personally developed hundreds of scouts, all of whom have thoroughly enjoyed it. We very much hope the site will stay as it is. It would be a terrible shame if the youth focus is lost.

Romsey Scouts, 23/Sep/2015
5 Stars 5 Stars

The bunkhouse was great and much easier than tents. But still basic enough to call it camping!, just the right amount of facilities . So much to do and we shall certainly be back next year . Thank you to Graeme for making us so welcome,


Siblings link, 19/Aug/2015
5 Stars 5 Stars

We have just returned form a 7 day camp here. Fantastic. Having the use of Herf's barn for the week helped during the heavy rain and helped with all our activites. Even though the public were able to walk through our camp it showed them what scouting is about and some of them stoppped to talk about their past scouting experiences. The scouts enjoyed the wildlife who wondered freely through the site. One downside is that once the sun has gone down it can get very chilly. Seeing the forests in the full moon with all the stars was amazing.

Sarah-Jane Durman 14th Bromley Scouts Leader , 2/Aug/2015
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Biblins Youth Campsite
The Doward
Tel: 01600 890 850

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