A whole event ticket includes camping from and including Wednesday to Saturday nights, access to all workshops and coyote/coyote kids workshops for younger bushcrafters. You have access to all onsite demonstrations and the story telling, plus of course the music in the evenings.
Please note: Once purchased tickets are non refundable.
The only other things you can add to your ticket are rental of a bell tent and masterclasses.
Access to the site, the traders, demonstrations, coyote and coyote kids activities plus the farm and all it’s animals including North American Bison and Wapiti. You can access the workshops for a fee per person and also buy masterclass tickets if any are available at the front desk.
Literally in the next field if camping in the field. Cars are not allowed in the camping field for safety reasons. The weekend car park is about 300m from the woodland camping.
Yes, please use a fire bowl or basket or one of the old car wheel hubs found on site to raise it off of the ground. There are some established fire pits you can use around the site. No Fires in the caravan/camper area.
Yes we have a small area for campers and caravans only. There are no open fires allowed in this area.
Only for dead wood on the ground, please do not cut any wood down. There is a very reasonably priced firewood seller in the farmyard every day for all the firewood you may need for the weekend.
Camping in the woodland is now bookable in advance, there is a limit on numbers and only bashas, tarps and hammocks will be permitted. This is a return to the original principles of Bushcraft camping and to preserve the quality of the woodland for future use.
Yes, by the main toilet block.
Yes, open all days from breakfast to evening meal.
Yes with a whole event pass, you will be given wristbands on arrival.
No, a camping pass or weekend ticket covers camping over for one or all nights. (Wednesday to Saturday nights)
No, by extending the event this year we have negated the need to book in early. Please note the site is closed on the Monday and Tuesday to allow us to set up in safety. Please do not contact the farm directly to make other arrangements.
In the main camping field.
No, just as a bare tent with a fitted groundsheet at 4metres diameter. You'll need to bring your own bedding.
Yes but take all glass away with you, glass is not allowed in the show areas and must be kept back at your camp.
You'll be sent a weekend visitor information sheet with your tickets plus there will be an information stand in the food court.
No there are no concessions or discounts available.
The site is a working farm so dogs are not permitted.
Yes you do, we do not offer a child minding facility, more of a joint learning experience.
On successful completion of our Coyotes (11-16 years old) knife safety class and if awarded a badge to say so they can carry a knife to and from classes they are needed for (and use them there). They are not to be taken into the play area. The badge has to be current for this year. Whilst we actively encourage a healthy respect for safe knife use and the recognition of knives as tools through our Coyote Kids and Coyote training programmes. We would like to remind all concerned that this does not give carte blanche for children to wander the site carrying knives.
From 2pm on Wednesday 16th August 2017
9am until 5pm on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The booking office will be closed on Saturday 12th August at 12pm midnight. Whole Event tickets will still be available on the gate from 2pm Wednesday 16th August 2017.