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Wild Camping

Getting Back to Nature

Our Wild Camp Ground is the perfect place to disconnect from the stresses of life and reconnect with nature.
We’ve set up some beautiful spots to appreciate the stunning surroundings and make the most of your time here. Here you can enjoy open clearings, forested areas and endless walks through rolling Somerset hills. With over 10 acres to host large groups.

Facilities:

-Flushing Toilet & Compost toilets
-Washing up station with mains water
-Hot Shower
-Fire pits
-£15 per person per night
-“Beauty Spots” to make the most out of the surroundings
-We accept campervans & caravans
-Available for exclusive hire.

view from tent
Wishing Tree at Green Heart Space

An Idyll in the Mendips

An abundance of wildlife thrives in the area. Birds include buzzards, sparrow hawks, lesser spotted woodpeckers, tawny and barn owls, as well as finches, great tits, crows, rooks and swallows. We also see wild deer, hares, rabbits, foxes and plenty of badger setts, as well as a plethora of insects, butterflies and moths.

The ancient hilltop of Small Down Knoll rises above the landscape, providing spectacular 360 degree views from the top. The site is situated on the St. Mary ley line which runs all the way to the nearby Glastonbury Tor.

‘Lovely site nestled in the rolling green hills. Set up for an experience of nature with wildflowers and herbs bursting from the margins. If you like to be overlooked by no-one except for wagtails, swallows and wheeling buzzards then this is the place for you. Just try not to disturb the badgers.’

Will Gould

‘Beautiful secluded spot in the valley – next to a stream with banks of wild garlic…and badgers! Swifts, goldfinches, and countless other birds in the hedgerows. A balm for the soul.’

 

Zoe Palmer

‘Beautiful spot for a camping trip. Surrounded by nature with every thing needed for a great weekend away.’

 

Jake Kush

‘What a spot! Stunning views and so peaceful. We saw hares, roe deer, buzzards and kites on our lovely nature-filled day. Highly recommended.’

 

Kara Berry

Chesterblade Hills