Children and families are invited to come and build their own adventure playground with the award-winning Woodland Tribe, the masters of constructive play. Based on the ideas of bauspielplatz (build-play-ground) in Germany, families can co-construct a giant play structure of their dreams using hammers, saws, nails and a huge quantity of wood. Over the course of the festival and with the support of the skilled Woodland Tribe team, children will be given the freedom to design and build a one off, unique, epic play structure.
-Hour long, bookable sessions from 10am-4pm (finishing at 5pm),from friday-sunday.
-Families will be given a safety briefing at the start of the session and then given tools and access to wood so they can start building.
-Families can add to the evolving structure or build something of their own, or they can simply have fun playing on the play structure.
-Skilled and experienced Woodland Tribe crew will be on site to support families with building.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Additional support available for families with accessibility needs.
Activity is recommended for children aged 4+
Book in person – These activities must be booked daily, in person.
Timings for bookable activities are below.
For Thursday Evening & Friday Morning Activities.
Bookings open Thursday 5pm.
For Friday Afternoon & Saturday Morning Activities.
Bookings open Friday Midday.
For Saturday Afternoon & Sunday Morning Activities.
Bookings open Saturday Midday.
For Sunday Afternoon Activities.
Bookings open Sunday Midday.
Each activity is booked at the activity location
Maximum 4 places per activity per person booking
Please book promptly to avoid disappointment
Dedicated sessions for Access Customers are listed under ‘Accessible Activities’ on the Camp Bestival app (published prior to the festival). Specific bookable activities have dedicated sign up sessions for Access Customers. For non-bookable activities, customers with PA Passes or Access Campsite wristbands who are unable to queue for long periods should consult with activity managers.