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If you're not keen to pitch then we've got you covered!

In 2024 we're offering a woodland cabin and a converted bus so you can come and stay in style!


The majority of the Castle Wild Camp site is outside of the camping area but is the start of something very special. In spring 2023 five large arable fields were ploughed for the last time.

Thanks to our camper's support, in December 2024, we added another two fields to our conservation project. All fields will be allowed to return to nature-packed wildflower meadows, woodland, open glades and scrub.


Alongside your amazing camping glade, you'll also have access to the whole 60-acre site. It will take some time for the surrounding land to shift from arable into a wildlife haven, but we'll be carefully documenting how these changes help wildlife over the years.

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Did you know?

We estimate that more than 20,000 trees will naturally regenerate on the area of arable land we're taking out of production.


 By coming to stay in 2024, you will be supporting our project in its early stages and will be able to see how the site changes over time...

Castle Wild Camp is well linked to the wider landscape with off-road walks to Baconsthorpe Castle, a beaver reintroduction site and nearby pub which serves delicious home-cooked food and good beer.

We're proud to be part of such a positive conservation project and by coming to stay you'll be supporting an alternative sustainable land use model that gives back to nature (so give yourself a pat on the back!).

You can find out more information about the amazing glades on offer and book via our online system below...

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