The site, which was donated to the district in 1967 by Dorothy Seward, is in the village of Great Barford, offering 1.25 acres of camping field, with a slipway and landing stage with access to the River Great Ouse.
Facilities Facilities available on site include:
- camping space for up to 70 campers
- kitchen (must be booked)
- main building (only available at weekends)
- purpose-built and accessible toilet block with hot water and showers
Activities Activities available on site include:
- adventure course
- indoor shooting range
Local places of interest There are a number of places of interest nearby including:
- Bedford - the historic County Town
- Bedford Butterfly Park (Wild Britain) near Ravensden
- Imperial War Museum at Duxford (the home of Concorde 101)
- Shuttleworth Aircraft Collection at Old Warden
The Service Crew is provided by members of Bedford Scout Active Support Unit.