Pheasants Hill is a simple one acre site wholly owned since the 1950’s by Marlow Scouts, a member of The Scouting Association.
It is available for Scouting members and youth groups only, it is not open to the public. It is suitable for group activities, backwoods camping and expedition training events.
Please note that this campsite is not for use by the General Public.
The site has a small copse at one end, flushing toilets at the other with a grass area, timber shelter and a water tap in between.
To check availability & make a provisional booking please use the online booking calendar below.
Situated outside the Pheasants Hill Conservation Area in the Hambleden valley of Buckinghamshire, the site is surrounded by footpaths, woodlands and open fields. The village of Hambleden is within one mile & the River Thames is within two miles. The Longridge Activity Centre in Marlow is six miles East along the Thames and the regattas and town of Henley-On-Thames is six miles west along the Thames.
The site is open all year, please contact us for details.
Site visits are recommended, please contact the warden prior to your arrival.
Charges – Campers are charged per person per night. To hire the whole site simply book & pay for 80 campers, otherwise it is very likely you will be sharing with other groups.And don’t forget to order your Pheasants Hill souvenir badge for all your campers!