There is a campfire circle on site and campfires can be arranged with the warden
Caravans are not allowed on site. There is normally space in the car park for one or two.
Vehicles must park in the site car park. Vehicles are NOT allowed onto the camping ground. The site access lane, including the route past the car park MUST BE KEPT CLEAR FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES. Vehicles and their contents are left entirely at your own risk. Walton Firs Activity Centre cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage suffered.
Dogs other than Guide Dogs are nor permitted at Walton Firs Activity Centre.
Small cooking fires only, are permitted in existing fire holes. Altar fires and BBQs must also be put in fire holes, not on turf. A woodpile is provided and all unused wood should be returned. Ashes should be placed in the metal dustbins beside the woodpile and NOT in the skip.
Groups are expected to provide their own first aid resources, but the warden or resident service team leader may be able to offer assistance.
If required, these take place every morning: 09.00 – 09.30
The use of any generator on site is not permitted, without prior approval of the warden.
The following are available for hire: tents, mess tents, tables and chairs.
No smoking is allowed in any of the accommodation buildings or on the site.
Pre Camp Visits
If you would like to visit the site before your camp or activity, you are most welcome to. Please give us some notice to make sure that we are available to answer any questions.
On arrival please book in at the office, which is situated at the end of the shop. Please also report to the office when leaving at the end of your visit.
Please burn as much as possible. Bagged rubbish may be put in the wheely bins or the skip in the car park. Please note that recycling bins for glass, cardboard, paper and plastic bottles are now provided.
Short interdenominational religious observances on a Sunday morning at 09.15, can take place by prior arrangement with the warden.
A public coin phone is situated at the front of the Service Team bungalow. It is for out going calls only. The warden’s number should only be given to a home contact and not to parents.
There are two permanent toilet blocks on site both with flush toilets and hot water is available in all hand wash basins. Free hot showers are available for leaders and young people. Leaders’ showers are situated at the back of the ladies toilets by the Pembroke Building.No washing up to take place in the hand basins for health reasons. The Management Group are currently in the process of drawing up plans to replace the top toilet block.
No turf is to be dug – for any reason.
The shop sells a selection of sweets, drinks, postcards, badges, souvenirs and gifts. Camping Gaz and Calor Gas can also be purchased at the shop. Profit from the shop helps to provide equipment for the pioneering store. Leaders are therefore please requested NOT to run their own tuck shop. Opening times are displayed on the shop window.
We have a large washroom for people with special needs. It has a shower, toilet and wash hand basin. Please let us know at the time that you make your booking, if you wish to be located close to these facilities.
Standpipes are situated throughout the campsite. NO washing or washing up is allowed at these standpipes.
Wet and Grease Pits
These may be dug in existing fire holes. Do NOT drain wet pits over the grass.