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One of the main reasons that young people join Scouting is to go camping, go on sleepovers and generally spends Nights Away. This page contains links to an online form to notify your District Commissioner or their appointee that you are holding a Nights Away activity and a page explaining the Permit Scheme, together with details of campsites and other venues in Clwyd and further affield. Click here for details of the next Adult Training Module if you need training on running a Nights Away experience.

 

 

Click here for an online Nights Away Form

 

 

There are four quite diverse Scout campsites in Clwyd Area, plus a top quality bunkhouse at Chirk

Cae Llwyd Campsite, Pen-y-Cae

This is a 'back to basics' site next to Cae Llwyd reservoir and a Terrain Zero mountainous area. Ideal for canoeing camps or other activity weekends

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Chirk Scout HQ Bunkhouse

22 bunk bed accommodation in the village of Chirk with hall, kitchen and lounge area, plus showers. Chirk Castle, canals and Llangollen nearby.

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Cox Wood Campsite, Marford

11 acre woodland with clearings for camping. Showers & toilets. Kidsí play area, abseil tower and cycle track. Building for Beaver Sleepovers and Cub Pack Holidays

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Gladstone Campsite & Centre, Hawarden

Large Camping field and woodland area. Showers & toilets. Abseil tower, campfire circle. Buildings for Beaver Sleepovers and Cub Pack holidays

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Rowallan, Hope

Small camping field next to Scout HQ with hall, kitchen & toilets. Easy access by train and nearby castle

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Click here for a list of Scout campsites across the UK. If you'd like to recommend a site to be featured here, please contact us.