The Adventure Park is now closed to all day visitors this includes the quad bike trails, segway treks, high ropes course, footgolf course and the play area.
For day visitors looking to head to North Yorkshire, we would recommend Thorp Perrow Arboretum only a couple of miles down the road from Camp Hill. The Arboretum offers stunning grounds, play area, birds of prey centre and a team room - open daily 10am till 5pm.
Camp Hill & Camp Katur Glamping Guests staying on site can enjoy walking, running and biking trails around the grounds, still have the Woodland Kingdom park available and our Footgolf course is harder than ever. Above this, we have movie nights, created a walled kitchen garden and our Old Hay Barn Pub serving the best Yorkshire ale around.
*Please note facilities on site are for glamping guests only due to the current circumstances and monitoring people on/off onsite.
Here at Hill Farm, we run a Hebridean flock of 120 ewes. Hebridean sheep have established a reputation as a breed to manage delicate ecosystems. Their dietary preferences demonstrate that they can control the growth of several unwanted invasive plant species which in turn helps maintain a well-managed, diverse flora. Their feeding habits mean that Hebridean sheep are slow to mature, hence the meat is dark, succulent, and distinctly sweet with a subtly gamey flavour.
With strong values and policies in place to protect the environment we are continually looking to enhance guest experiences through the development of our existing infrastructure in a sustainable way and through the natural environment.
Following on the old kitchen garden has been rebuilt during the covid-19 lockdown as one of many steps towards a sustainable and self-sufficient existence here at Camp Hill. The vision centres around providing Camp Hill’s guests with local grown healthy produce.