Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a tent?
We provide tents and hammock to sleep upto 24. However comfort is key so bring your own and we will try our best to find a space. We do not have enough space for those huge tents.
Can I bring a dog?
Dogs are allowed, however only one per camp and must stay on the lead duemto being a working farm environment.
Do I need a sleeping bag?
We can provide a few sleeping bags, however these must be laundered after each use so a fee of £10 will be asked to be donated.
What if I am a vegetarian/vegan?
We try to accommodate all food choices and variety. However this can not always be achieved so please pack just incase.
What is the minimum age of attendance?
We believe in everyone should have the opportunity to attend. Many companies have a minimum age however, you know your child. We embrace the outdoor environment, away from daily disturbances and distractions, so if your child won't disturb this then that's fine.
Where is the nearest hospital?
Kendal is the nearest hospital with a walk in.
Do I need to pack swimwear?
Water activities depend on the weather and group abilities so pack just incase you also wish to take part in the Domhof experience.
Can my child/ children be free to explore?
By all means however they must be accompanied by a parent when leaving camp centre as we are located on a working farm. Details about this are included within camp briefing.
Are there toilets?
We have the luxury of being able to use the farms outside toilets and showers. A 5 minute walk from camp centre. Also we have a portaloo onsite for those emergencies.
Is there a shop on site?
There is the farm shop selling all home made produce from the farm. So please be prepared and bring what you need. Brew kit is provided.
Do I need to bring my own food?
Within the price for the camp food is included. From breakfast Saturday morning to breakfast Sunday morning. However please think ahead and bring any snacks or preferred milk and beverage.
Can I drink alcohol on a camp?
We do not endorse drinking due to the nature and ethos of our venture. However please contact the charity or camp lead booking to ask for further assistance. If you bring something and the answer is a dry camp then simply leave it in your vehicle. Camps are organised for all to attend with various experiences, disabilities, restrictions and requirements so these must be adhered to.