WHAT BIG HAT IS ALL ABOUT

          ​The aim of Big Hat Bushcamp is to give children and adults the ultimate bushcraft experience and leave all who visit the Bushcamp with the knowledge and confidence to safely enjoy the outdoors.


All of our activities are designed to promote personal development, teamwork and leadership, as well as inspire an enduring passion for fresh air and the great outdoors.

Through activities such as matchless firelighting, campfire cooking, shelter building, archery, navigation, wilderness first aid and traditional bushcraft skills, groups at Big Hat Bushcamp discover for themselves how to leave behind the clamour of the 21st century.

Amidst the beautiful woodlands of historic Runnymede in North Surrey, and Godstone in East Surrey, we run holiday and weekend courses, year round, for children, family groups and private parties. For those who wish to immerse themselves in the outdoors, an overnight stay is always an option.

If you have any more questions or want to find out more information about us and what we do, you can always contact us here.​




COVID-19 Update

Big Hat Bushcamp Reopening


We are very pleased to announce that we have now reopened for bushcraft courses for single-households and small school-groups.
Up to ten members of one household or school-group can come out for half day or full day bushcraft sessions, covering activities such as matchless firelighting, campfire cooking, shelter building, woodcraft, and more. This is a great way to get out of the house, escaping to beautiful private woodland in the Runnymede area.
To make our courses more accessible to small families at this time we have halved the minimum fees to £125 for a four hour session and £200 for an eight hour session.
Campfire lunch/ dinner is included.
Courses run 7 days a week.
To book call 07957 184341

Bushcraft - the original social distancing activity.