Wild spaces you can choose
We have 13 locations to choose from in London and further afield or you can supply your own venue if you prefer.
Within easy reach of south and west London, this lovely wood is an escape from the bustle of the city without travelling out of London.
A large country park in London within walking distance of a tube station with the bonus of still feeling like you are in the countryside. The park is 84 hectares and has four lakes. The closest station is: Dagenham East tube station on the District line.
Forest Gate, E7
A great urban getaway in the middle of suburbia in a wonderful private garden. Closest stations are Forest gate station and Upton park tube station.
60 acres of woodland located in the green belt in South London with easy access from the M25. Less than an hour from central London by public transport. As well as bushcraft activities, there are other activities on offer at this site such as a climbing wall and archery.
This venue is the nearest campsite to Central London. There are big open spaces and woodlands next to the campsite. Sydenham Hill Railway Station is the closest station.
Woodford Green, IG8
A large parkland with a private garden in the middle of the park. This is a fragment of a large 16th-century estate that is now divided by the M11 to form two distinctive parks, Ray Park to the west and Ashton Playing Fields to the east. The park has notable cedar, sycamore, horse chestnut, lime and oak, with a number of rose beds in the area of the house.
Set in a kids adventure playground, this is the perfect place for a kids birthday party.
An amazing woodland on this National trust site, you will really feel away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Thus site can accommodate large and small groups.
Leith Hill, RH5
The lush parkland is set in a dramatic, sweeping valley deep within the heart of the Chiltern Hills. This verdant habitat is the home of our ancient herd of fallow deer. Living alongside the deer are badgers, hares, rabbits, pheasant, soaring red kites, ravens and buzzards.
East Sussex, RH18
Situated in the Ashdown Forest in the North of Sussex, midway between the South Coast and London. The site which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is almost 400 acres of mixed woodland.
Go further afield to this private, mature woodland. As well as bushcraft activities on site, there is also opportinity for other activities such as canoeing, clay pigeon shooting, fishing, target shooting, archgery, moorland adventures, navigation and wild camping.
A country park in Berkshire, around Riseley, near Reading. The park consists of 350 acres
of coniferous and deciduous woodlands with several nature trails and a lake.