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Outdoor Zones

At Pied Piper we love to be in the great outdoors as much as possible so there are plenty of opportunities for children to have fun and get active whilst at camp. When the sun is shining, children Slip, Slap, Slop so they are safe in the sun and when the weather turns we don our wellies and raincoats and enjoy a typical British summertime.

From expansive grassy fields where children can enjoy parachute games, team building activities, treasure hunts and circle games – to fantastic adventure playgrounds, astro pitches, hardcourts, and thrilling woodland areas for scavenger hunts, den building and laser tag – the fun is never ending.

During summer, you will also find an exhilarating range of inflatables across our sites including our much-loved obstacle courses, big balls and water slides. These Pied Piper favourites are sure to be the talking point of your children’s week at camp and they will be regaling the tales of their quickest time through the obstacle course, who made the biggest splash on the water slide and who made it across the big balls with a beanbag balanced on their head.

All of our outdoor facilities are dependent on the site so please have a read of the site details to see what your chosen location has in store for your children.

Indoor Zones

As much as we enjoy getting outside during the school holidays, sometimes we need to take shelter from the elements or get stuck into something to give our brains the run around – not just our bodies!

Each of our camps have a range of indoor areas where the fun knows no bounds.

An Art & Craft room for building those giant giraffes that live in the Pied Piper Jungle. A Construction room for building the tallest dinosaur when we are exploring the Jurassic Kingdom. A Games room for Marvel-ous jigsaw challenges during Superheroes week. A Wii games room for Eurovision Just Dance during International Sports week and a STEM room for an exciting range of challenges and experiences to develop children’s problem-solving skills.

All of our camps also have access to large indoor sports halls or drama halls where children can still get active on those wet weather days.

Sports Zones

Swimming, football, tag archery, unihoc, netball, rounders, kwik cricket, danish longball, zorb football, dodgeball, benchball, dance, ultimate frisbee, capture the flag and much, much more. The opportunities for children to play a huge range of sports during their week at camp are endless.

Children will have use of playing fields, netball and tennis courts, astros, dance studios, indoor sports halls and swimming pools to fulfil all their sporting desires. A variety of indoor and outdoor sporting facilities means that children will never be short of time to get active.

Free Choice gives the perfect opportunity for children to spend time engrossed in a favourite activity and throughout the week they are bound to learn some new sports and games from their Group Leaders who bring a range of experience and enthusiasm to their sessions.

All of our sporting facilities are dependent on the site so please have a read of the site details to see what your chosen location has in store for your children.

Swimming safety

When making a booking at Pied Piper, we will ask you about your child’s swim ability. You will be able to select from the following options:

  1. Non Swimmer
  2. Swims less than 15m
  3. Competently swims 15-25m
  4. Confident swimmer

If you select ‘non-swimmer’ your child will still be able to take part in swimming sessions if you would like them to, but we ask that you pack any buoyancy aids that they use as part of their swimming kit.

At the start of each group’s first swimming session, our qualified Lifeguards will conduct a ‘swim assessment’ for each child to demonstrate their swimming ability. If the lifeguard(s) believes they need buoyancy aids then these will be provided and depending on their water confidence the lifeguard will let them know if they are to stay in the shallow end of the pool only or if they can go in the deep end.

As well as there being at least one qualified lifeguard on duty, there will also be at least one member of staff in the pool with the children at all times along with another member of staff pool-side.

As part of their swimming kit, please pack:

  • Swimwear
  • Towel
  • Any buoyancy aids needed
  • A swim hat
  • Goggles if they use them

Please note that not all of our sites have swimming pools and the frequency of swimming will vary by location and pool availability. To find out more about the facilities at your chosen site please head to our locations page.

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