Horley Scout Camp Site is tucked away in a delightful part of North Oxfordshire, three and a half miles from Banbury and exit 11 of the M40 motorway. Access to the site is through a quarter of a mile of tall pine trees. These open out onto eleven and a half acres of well drained grass land surrounded by woods and a disused railway embankment, providing a totally safe environment away from roads, traffic and habitation. In total the site is 42 acres.
Run by North Oxfordshire Scouts, the site has space for ball games, a large wooded area suitable for den building, an obstacle course and a nature trail as well as space to explore and play.
There are two toilet blocks with washing up facilities. The main toilet block also has showers and a wheelchair accessible toilet/shower room.
The Scout building has a fully functioning and stocked kitchen which hosts Big Camp Cafe. Tea, coffee, milk and diluting juice will be provided by Big Camp and we will have an honesty box for donated cakes and home bakes and the use of the cafe. Money raised will be split evenly between Horley Scout Camp and Natural Mamas for special projects. The cafe will be open 24 hours a day for the duration of Big Camp.
Freezers are available in the side room of the Scout Hut for ice packs.
The site is mainly grassland and any paths are uneven. If you require a camping space with the easiest access to the main camp events please contact us and we can reserve a suitable camping space for you.