Camping at Hebden Hey is restricted to members of the Scout and Guide Organisations. There are a dozen sites spread around the site, each being separate from adjacent sites by wooded margins although close enough should you want to share troop facilities with individual patrols. The sites vary from our smaller sites suitable for two or three hike tents, to the three largest sites each being approximately 600sq.m. Or in real terms big enough for large(ish) groups to get on!
Our camping season opens at Easter each year, and continues to
the end of October.
Currently we do not allow camping outside these dates to prevent excessive damage to the sites.
There are three water points around the site providing fresh (mains)
Three separate toilets are available, two with warm water in the sinks as well as hot showers.
The Day Centre is available for hire between 9am and 9:30pm, and should be booked with the Hostel booking secretary, this gives you a large indoor activity room with kitchen that can cater for up to 30 people, cutlery, crockery and cooking equipment are provided.
We try to keep the centre and campsites in as good condition as possible, and ask everyone to abide by the Camping Rules we have set, occasionally we have to put areas out of bounds to allow them to recover from excessive use, but we will offer an alternative similar area.
Booking your stay couldn't be simpler. Give our booking secretaries a ring, or contact them by email/snail-mail or click here and fill-in your details.
Click here for more details on each of our campsites...
Groups wanting exclusive use of the site should contact the the bookings secretaries. We try to be respond to your requests, but you should be aware there may always be other people walking on the public footpaths.