Camping next to our cabin in the 1980s 1979 - 2079

Our site with its historic cabin has been used as an outdoor centre for young people since 1979 - now we are making plans for the future.

The Scout Group Council has approved exciting plans to create a green-powered meeting space with toilets and showers, modern kitchen, security lighting, storage etc.

We need your help to ensure we get the grants needed to make the project a reality.

Please click here to learn how you can help, or use the contact page to get in touch.
Easingwold Outdoor Centre is a unique outdoor space and group campsite available for booking by schools, youth groups, Scout and Guide groups and community organisations, and we charge just 1 per day for local children to use it.

Easingwold Outdoor Centre
Situated on the outskirts of the Georgian market town of Easingwold, the Centre is available for any period - from an hour or two to a week-long camp.

The Centre is set in a rural location with five acres of level grassland and woodland for forest school activities, outdoor studies, camping, physical challenges and camp fires.

A superb venue for schools and youth groups, the Centre has a historic cabin for shelter and indoor activities, with a modern kitchen space, drinking water on tap and flushing toilets.

Easingwold Outdoor Centre
The Centre includes the site of Dawney Bridge, an ancient feature of the Royal Forest of Galtres hunting ground, and contains a wealth of wildflowers, broadleaved trees and wildlife.

Exciting plans are currently being assessed by Hambleton District Council to recreate the cabin as an off-grid, eco-friendly, green-powered meeting space with modern toilets, showers and hot water.

Please click here to help us achieve this goal. It won't cost you a penny!

The project to improve the Easingwold Outdoor Centre is supported by our local authorities and local public-spirited businesses
The Centre is owned by 1st Easingwold (Forest of Galtres) Scout Group, Registered Charity Number 1135050