Everyone has access to the great shared facilities at Wytch Wood. Browse what’s on offer to make your stay a bit more comfortable and enjoy a few creature comforts to make you feel at home.

Outdoor showers at Wytch Wood Camping

Hot showers stocked with ‘Faith in Nature’ products


The showers are a great experience if we do say so ourselves. The clear roof means that you feel like you’re still in the middle of nature.


NB. Showers are available from 8am to 8pm and switched off at all other times.


They are heated by low-flow gas powered units which heat only the water that is needed on demand. What’s more, we supply ‘Faith in Nature‘ shampoo, conditioner and body wash for you to use during your stay – a different fragrance is in each shower so you can find your favourite during your stay!

Clear, fresh, spring water


We provide beautiful (and free) clear spring water for you to drink during your stay. 


Our water comes from springs further up the valley, and is one of the uppermost tributaries of the River Axe. UV treated and tested regularly it’s fresh and delicious – so please leave the bottled water at home and fill from the tap – it’s free!

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Recycling facilities


We want to help make recycling as easy as possible, so along with your own food waste bin and recycling tub we give you lots of recycling options.


Please separate all hard plastic bottles and trays, cans, glass bottles, gas canisters, food waste, card and paper, batteries, and tetra packs. The only things we can’t really recycle are plastic films, wipes, sanitary items and nappies.

Washing-up area


Our washing-up area boasts hot water and ‘Green Bear‘ biologically friendly washing-up liquid.


The Wytch Wood washing-up area houses our three stainless steel sinks – reclaimed from an old dairy! Hot water is provided, but please use prudently and don’t run the hot water continuously.


We also provide Green Bear washing up liquid. Our sinks drain direct into a soakaway, so please clear plates before you wash them with the blue roll available and don’t use other washing up liquids which are damaging to the soil.

Wash ups and recycling at Wytch Wood
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Seats, benches and trails


Explore the campsite on foot and take time to enjoy the scenery and wildlife that Wytch Wood has to offer. We’ve put benches and seating in public areas around the campsite to help you get the best from your surroundings, or take a much needed rest.

Nature boards, books and local area maps


Explore the local area and the local wildlife with our selection of books and guides available to borrow.


We’ve recommended our favourite spots in the local area for you to explore so you won’t need to drive for miles once your staying with us.

Nature boards, books and local area maps at Wytch Wood
Nature boards, books and local area maps at Wytch Wood

Garden areas with wildlife-friendly planting


Bringing some balance to the campsite, we continue to add areas which increase biodiversity and habitat variety for animal and plant life.


Check out our pollinator patch, Greener Camping Club tree garden, woodland walk and new three sisters vegetable garden.

Thomas Kirk ShannonThomas Kirk Shannon

13:42 02 Jul 23
We spent 4 nights at Wytch Wood and without a doubt it’s one of the most beautiful camp sites we’ve had the pleasure of spending time at.The design of the site has been creativly curated so that each pitch offers a unique array of surroundings, as well as easy access to shared amenities and each with it’s own compost loo, fire pit, table and chairs. Next to the main campsite is a path to a hillside wood with a 500m walk that has been carefully carved through it, which twists and turns and gives you a short exhibit of the wonders of the forest.The well stocked 24hr honesty shop and bar (each pitch has a clipboard for you to document what you’ve used) was a highlight, as it meant more time soaking up the site and less time driving to shops.Although we didn’t choose these - The Glamping options seemed very well considered and cost effective. We’d be very interested in trying them out next time!Elise and Lucy were Incredibly accommodating and hospitable. Their care and love of the site communicates, with work being done upgrading and maintaining all areas. The pizza oven, morning coffee and array of woods activities are just some of the details that show Wytch Wood really goes above and beyond to better the experience for campers.This campsite is a definite find, and I could not recommend it more!

Joslin LloydJoslin Lloyd

14:33 29 May 23
Absolutely amazing campsite. Beautiful scenery and great amenities. Wood fired pizza was delicious and the morning coffee and evening bar were a nice bonus. The activities were fun too. We would happily return.

Tom GillibrandTom Gillibrand

09:58 29 May 23
Just had a fantastic bank holiday weekend here. First time campers as a family and we couldn't have asked for more. The pitches are set well apart from each other with their own seating and loo. The pizzas are absolutely delicious and were wolfed down by all. There's a bar and an honesty shop for bits and pieces you may have forgotten (and ice cream). For the children, there are woods to explore and streams to play in. Thank you for a great time!

Will PasseyWill Passey

19:13 08 May 23
We've just returned after a lovely 2 night stay at Wytch Wood. The campsite is really sympathetically laid out with plenty of space between pitches, giving you the feeling of being in the middle of nowhere. Despite this feeling there was plenty of convenience, good washing up facilities, a well stocked bar with local beers and ciders (bottles), fresh coffee in the mornings, and looks to be wood fired pizzas coming soon.On our pitch we had our own fire pit, private composite loo and a decent table with 4 chairs, which was a great touch.There was a really nice 500m circular walk accessible directly at the back of the site which the kids loved, through old woodland, along babbling brooks and passed carpets of bluebells and wild garlic.Elise, the host, was fantastic from start to end. She clearly cares about the campsite and people's enjoyment and was always on hand to help out or answer any questions.The only slight downside was due to the heavy rain we had during our stay the pitch we were on got slightly water logged and our van got stuck, but Elise came to the rescue with wood chippings and a bunch of fellow campers to help push us out!In short, a great place to stay for a back to nature vibe, we'll be back!


11:52 19 Sep 22
What an amazing place!!! Spent a wonderful weekend here - one of the best campsites we have ever been to. The host Elise is so thoughtful, the care that has gone into every aspect of the campsite made it so special - from a hammock by the river, to complimentary toiletries in the showers, it felt like we were in an oasis! The woods the campsite sits in is so peaceful, and made for exploring through. We loved using the fire pit provided every night. Can’t wait to come back next year 🌲🏕🍂

Paul RobertsPaul Roberts

15:31 05 Jul 22
We enjoyed a spontaneous, (almost) last-minute weekend at Wytch Wood in their new Skyview glamping tent. We needed to get away from the grind of the weekly routine and were looking for somewhere peaceful and quiet, where we could essentially just laze around for a weekend enjoying each other's company. Wytch Wood was just perfect for that purpose!Skyview is a large glamping tent with clear roof panels, meaning you can literally lie in bed looking at the stars. It was a lovely novelty, though we were glad it was possible to hook up the panels and keep out the worst of the early morning light. It was fantastic when it rained during the day, though. Being able to see the rain hammering down above you while being warm and dry was a great feeling.Skyview comes with a porch/kitchen area and a separate kitchen outside, as well as a table and chairs, firepit and hammock. You also get your own compost toilet and there's a small shower block very close by. You barely need to move more than a few feet for anything, which was just what we needed!That said, there is also plenty of woodland to explore if you want to be a bit more adventurous (we couldn't due to one of our family members being injured).We will be returning.