The Camp Site consists
of nine patrol areas, two grass activity areas and Pack holiday site, a
Camp Fire Circle and a Chapel.
The neighbouring woodland provides
plenty of wild country with scope for training for all Scout sections.
Furzefields Woodland Camp Site is part of a tree protection order, hence
the strict camping conditions.
The immediate area is littered with
footpaths and bridleways, which can get you to the South Downs Way and
other areas of surrounding countryside.
This field is ideal or Cubs or
Scouts camping under canvas. North Fields has room to comfortably fit
six-patrol and mess tents. To the east of the field is an oven ideal for
The South Field is much the same but
has the busy activity area to the west. The larger oak trees can be used
for climbing, rope bridges and other pioneering projects
There are nine patrol sites, These
are available for patrol camps within the wooded area. Wood fires are
permitted on own altar fires or on the bases provided. Although situated
in a wooded area some wood for fires has to be gathered from further a
field, so economy in burning is important. No trees may be felled or
Car parking is available for a
limited number of cars near South Field area and toilets. The Camp Fire
Circle is located to the far west of the site and Chapel area.