The easiest way to pay is to book online using a debit or credit card. If you have a large booking we accept bank transfers, please contact us to make a booking.
We can accept small amounts cash at Reception to pay for bookings, however, we would prefer electronic payments if possible.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept cheques.
If you do not have online banking for you group account, most banks will make a bank transfer if you go into a branch.
You can download all our price lists from here. You can also book online and this will work out the correct price.
No, Woodhouse Park Activity Centre is not open to the general public. We accept bookings from youth organisations with the same values as The Scouts.
Woodhouse Park Activity Centre relies on volunteers to run the centre and keep the costs down. We are always looking for new volunteers to join the team. Visit here to find out more and sign up.
Woodhouse Park was leased to Scout Adventures until October 2021, when they decided to terminate the lease. The Centre is now being managed by Avon County Scouts.
Each camping pitch at Woodhouse Park can accommodate up to 50 people.
The shop is open whenever we have volunteers on site and by appointment. Please contact the Reception to arrange a time.
We welcome all potential visitors to visit the centre before they book. Please contact us to arrange a time to suit you and we will give you a tour and answer any questions.
No off site vehicles/persons are generally allowed to drive onto the camping areas. If weather conditions permit and a staff member is present to ask, you may be able to.
All parents will need to park in the car park by Reception and wait outside Reception to be collected by a leader. This reduces the amount of traffic on the site and reduces the risk of an accident.
Leaders may drive through the site to drop of equipment, but please ensure the gate is closed if you open it.
For large events and busy time we may open another car park or exit gate, please follow the direction signs.
We have recommended ages groups for each activity that we think will will gain a quality experience. This is generally based on size of the participant and the complexity of the activity. For example a Beaver might be too small to fully enjoy an activity or an Explorer Scout might find the activity too easy.
People outside the recommended age groups can take part, if you wish, however, we would recommend you talk to us first and complete any additional risk assessments.
Currently we are busy training up new volunteers. In the mean time all bookings for the tower can be booked by calling us on 01454 613006 or emailing at email@example.com
Woodhouse is now a zero waste centre so we encourage you to take all your waste home with you, However we accept that this may cause some difficulties, please speak to a member of our volunteer team who can advise you.