I have just been sent a fantastic array of activities that campers staying at The Secret Campsite could do as a way of getting closer to nature. The Full list is available via the following link  but my favourites are the following:

Looking at the stars

Making a twig raft and following it downstream

Stalking a Heathland Tiger

Counting blue butterflies

Looking closely at something wild

Sloes at The Secret Campsite in Sussex

 

apples at the secret campsite

 

bazels at the campsite

Damsons at The campsite

Now that the blackberry season is well underway we have been watching lots of young secret campers with red and purple faces returning from forays into the sussex hedgerows and along the dismantled railway track that leads up to the village of Barcombe, 1 mile from the campsite. The apples are also starting to ripen around the campsite along with sloes, hazelnuts, elderberries, pears damsons and plums.

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