Kinver Scout Camp

Kinver Scout Camp consists of 23 acres of woodland with glades and open areas forming individual camping sites.

Kinver Scout Camp

Kinver Scout Camp consists of 23 acres of woodland with glades and open areas forming individual camping sites.

The 14 camp sites are complemented by the Chief’s Lodge, Jim Jukes Cabin, Harcourt Webb Cabin, Kinver Scout HQ, Albert All and Simmons Cabins for those requiring indoor accommodation.

The site is served by a fire shelter, shop, laundry and large toilet/shower facility.

This site is open all year to members of the Scout  Association and all other recognised  youth organisations and Associations. Other associations/groups need to contact the booking manager to discuss their requirements before booking

This is not a public camp site and therefore we cannot take bookings from individual members for the public or the use of the facilities unless they require the whole site for a private event.

Activities

The site has an air rifle range, activity tower (climbing, abseiling and aerial runway), archery & crossbow range, crate stacking, small orienteering course, environmental pond for pond dipping and a stock of  pioneering poles with ropes. These are all available for use by our campers and day visitors.

Bookings

For all enquiries/bookings please telephone 07736 378965. This number is available 7 days a week, if prompted leave a message and we will call you back.

Find us

Kinver Scout training camp is situated in the green belt area of South Staffordshire. The camp is located 5 miles west of Stourbridge, 5-mile north of Kidderminster and 10 miles south of Wolverhampton.

It can be found on O.S. Sheet 138 map ref. 841 831. The site entrance is at 842 833.

From Kinver village High Street – turn left at the small island into Stone Lane, take the 2nd left along “The Compa” and follow to the fork in the road. Take the left fork and in approximately 100m Kinver Camp entrance is on the right, just past the large white house.

Kinver Scout Training Camp, The Compa, Kinver, Staffs, DY7 6HR

Nature and the outdoors are languages that can be learned. Once you identify a beech tree, tie a clove hitch or cook a simple meal over a fire that you’ve built yourself, you’ll never forget it.'
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls