Winter Camps are becoming increasingly popular and many scout groups and districts are already hosting annual winter or freezer camps.
Winter camps are just what they sound like a camp in the winter. Every year lots of hardy scouts braze sometimes sub zero conditions to attend their winter or freezer camp. We’re always amazed by the enthusiasm many scouts have even when it’s freezing and much of the country is complaining about the weather.
These camps traditionally take place through January and February with a few in the early weeks of March. In 2013 for example the first camp we attended was the second weekend of the year and the last winter camp was on the second weekend in March.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s snowing, raining or whether the ground is muddy or frozen solid there will be thousands of scouts at some camps and we’ll often be there too. Our most popular activities in for winter camps tend to be our motorised activities with our range of mixed quads chief among them.
Other popular motorised activities vary depending on the age group of the camp from Rage buggies to Argocats and Hovercrafts to power turns but it’s not just motorised activities we offer . Every year we supply a range of shooting activities from Laser clay pigeon shooting and a perennial favourite Laser Tag. Our most popular inflatable activity in the winter is Human table football which gets groups of ten scouts at once (five a side) playing a great fun game.
How can you book activities for your next wintercamp for scouts?
If you would like to talk to us about some suitable activities for your next Winter camp call us on 0114 270 0330 or fill in our contact us form and someone will contact you back to answer your query. Don’t leave it too late as many of the favourite activities often get booked up months in advance.