Welcome to Hebden Hey Scout Centre

Camp Sites

Brief Description

1, 2 & 3

These small sites overlook the hostels, and are ideal for small groups or overnight stops on a hiking expedition. There is a small fireplace available for open fires, and the water points are close-by, adjacent to the toilets and car park.


This site is the closest to the hostels, being at the top of the car park. This site is reserved for the use of groups in the hostels with a few members wanting to "sleep out" yet still remain close to their group.

NOTE: This site should not be used as "overflow" to the hostels, as they are limited in their occupancy numbers.


This small site is the most remote on the estate, a quite area adjacent to a public footpath, yet still close enough to be part of whatever is going-on.


Quite large, yet slopes away at one side - useful if it rains!
This site has its own fireplace for open fires.


Enclosed by new dry-stone walling, this site can easily hold a couple of nijers, or a few hike tents, it has its own permanent alter fireplace, and is very close to the drinking water points.


Our largest site, this "long-narrow" area can hold a dozen nijers or many more smaller tents, the site is adjacent to the camp-fire circle, and has its own large fireplace for open fire cooking.


This round site is quite large, allowing many tent to be pitched around the perimeter, leaving a large open area in the centre. This site is also adjacent to the camp fire circle, although it has no facilities or open fires.


Remote from all facilities, and immediately next to the river, this site is ideal for those groups who "want to be on their own".


Newly extended in 2000, this site has two large rectangular areas that overlook the river and are sufficiently distant from the hostels to keep your group separate from others on the estate.



Additional Information

Booking Camp Sites...

Please check with the booking secretary to ensure there is availability when you want to camp.

 tip from the booking team