Shipwreck Survival

Shipwreck Survival

Shipwreck Survival


Young survivors are grouped into tribes to take part in team-based survival challenges after being shipwrecked on a 'desert island', aiming to be the ultimate 'Robinson Crusoe'. Children will take part in new activities and team tasks ranging from construction and assault courses to scavenger hunts and wilderness cookery! This programme will put the children’s teamwork skills to the test and challenge them to problem solve and work together. We also offer an optional overnight Camp Out - an experience not to be missed! 


Below is a sample timetable which shows the activities on offer for this course.

School Holiday Activity Timetable


As well as having lots of adventurous fun, these outdoor summer camps offer children the opportunity to try a great range of new outdoor activities. In addition to practical bushcraft skills and meeting new friends, children may also benefit from improvements to the following:

  • Self-confidence
  • Problem-solving
  • Appreciation of the natural environment
  • Teamwork and leadership
  • Communication skills  


For children wanting an extra dose of adventure, then our Thursday Camp Cook Out option offers survival team games, camp fire dinner, toasted marshmallows and optional bug eating challenges! Children must be booked on for the Thursday day in order to attend.

  • Every Thursday
  • Activities 5.15pm until 8:30, collect 8:30-9pm
  • Food provided (vegan and gluten free)

Camp Cook out available to be added onto your booking for £25.


Camp Hours

Ultimate Survival programmes run Monday to Friday

  • Drop off from 8.30am
  • Activities start 9.30am
  • Activities end 4.30pm
  • Collections until 5.15pm

Extended Day Pass available for £7 per day - Drop off from 8am and collect until 6pm.