Kids Camp

Exploring the hills, making dens, cooking their own food, looking after our animals, making crafty keepsakes – all this is on offer for your child, while you relax at home knowing they are in safe hands.

This is a week long camp where we will offer all sorts of exciting fun activities, and help your children thrive and feel confident away from home. Our team brings a long experience of outdoor adventure and learning. Your child will come home full of stories and experiences to tell you about, plus perhaps a bit of mud!



In 2018 we completed a three year project to build our inspirational bothy accommodation. Designed, built and installed by Northwoods Construction from Ullapool, the six steel clad bothies each have three double bunks in and offer a beautifully built simple shelter for your children’s stay. Our bothies feature a huge south facing window for solar gain heating, local timber and a high quality finish. In our experience the children who use them love them as much as we do!

You can see a time-lapse video of the buildings being built here, and you can read more about the project in MORE menu at the top right of this page. When you click on the Book Now button below you can book, pay and download the equipment list, and look at the FAQs



In 2020 we will be running two camps, Sunday 5th July to Friday the 10th of July and Sunday the 19th July to Friday the 24th July. Drop off and pick-up will be at 5pm. Cost is £250 per person, with reductions for siblings. This includes all food, accommodation, craft materials and 24 hour care, and you can book on now below.

“My son has just came home from summer camp and hasn’t stopped talking about it. He had an amazing time and made memories that will last forever.”  – Summer camp mum 2017.

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  • Dunmaglass, Struy, Beauly, Inverness-shire, IV4 7JX

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Photos by the Shieling Project, Mhairi Baird, George Logan and David Powell