Bramhope Campsite is located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Spanning thirteen and a half acres, the campsite is contained by natural boundaries including a traditional dry stone wall.
With five independent fields for camping, and three accommondation blocks, we suit groups of any size. Whether you want to sleep beneath the stars, finish your expedition, or have an amazing Beaver camp, Bramhope will have the perfect option, and the fantastic team to ensure that your experience is never forgotten!
We boast excellent facilities including a newly refurbished modern shower block, a purpose built climbing tower, and a traditional campfire circle.
We have three buildings around the site that sleep up to 103 people. They are the Ashton Centre, The Lodge, and the John Briggs Centre.
The Ashton Centre is a purpose built building with sleeping accommodation for a maximum of 43. It is possible to arrange for other people to camp near to the Centre. The Ashton centre comes with full catering facilities, a common room, and outdoor space.
The Lodge provides accommodation for small groups and has a maximum sleeping accommodation for 22. It is possible to arrange for other people to camp near the Lodge and use the Lodge for indoor activities.
The John Briggs Centre is a purpose built building with sleeping accommodation for a maximum of 38. It’s possible to arrange to camp near to the Centre, and keep your group in one location.
Around site we also have the Annexe and the Barbeque Griddlery which can be booked out, and the Shop, the Barn, the Warden’s Bungalow, and Reception, where you can find our lovely staff and volunteers!
The Annexe is a timber building available for day visits, meetings and indoor activities. This building isn’t available as overnight accommodation. The Annexe is adjacent to the John Briggs Centre and can be booked with the JBC or on its own.
The Barbecue Griddlery has:
- Electric lighting
- Permanent charcoal fired griddles
- A roof against the rain
Cook up a barbecue feast on the purpose built charcoal fired griddles. In rain or shine, the roofed shelter provides seating for 32 to enjoy their grilled delights. The Griddlery may be used by campers and day or evening visitors. Barbecue fuel is available from the warden or camp shop.
We offer a range of activities on site including a purpose built climbing tower and rifle range. Whether its traditional activities like pioneering, orienteering and backwoods cooking or extreme adventure that you’re after – Bramhope Campsite has it all!
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For more information about the Bramhope Scout Campsite, please contact Geoff Noble at: Geoff.Noble@cycscouts.org.uk
The booking secretary is Jim Hazle. Please send an email to Jim at: email@example.com
Alternatively, visit the Bramhope Scout Campsite website at www.bramhope.org.uk