Welcome to the Druid Camp 2015 web site
Camp dates are 29th July to 2nd August
This is a camp like few others - indeed, we might suggest it is unique. There are other druid camps, but this is Druid Camp. For five or so days each summer, a community comes together in the Forest of Dean. From disparate lands and bringing individual experience, knowledge and perception, folk of good will come together on 'a hill by a river'. Whether this will be your first Druid Camp, or you've been coming for years. Whether you're practised in your Druidry, or setting foot on the path for the first time, be very welcome here.
If you're wishing to go straight to booking your tickets, this is the link to click!
The Druid Camp site is beautifully laid over a hilltop near Chaxhill in the north of the Forest of Dean, surrounded on three sides by the sacred River Severn.

Click here for more about the site including Disabled Access

From the moment you arrive you're a part of a pagan Druid community; dancing between self-reliance and community support, adapting to the needs of the moment.

Click here for more about camp ethos and how you're going to love it!

The site is well equipped, with eco-toilets, hot showers and sauna. There is a vegetarian cafe, and a man-in-a-van visits daily with milk, groceries and even ice cream!

Click here for all the what, where, when and how about camp facilities

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Stuff to know
Days at Druid Camp start with the morning meeting (unless you fancy early morning Yoga, Stav, Dancing...). Everyone meets up to find out what is planned for the day ahead.

Click here for more about planning your time at Druid Camp

Regular Returners
Folk return to Druid Camp year after year; we build community. As such there are a few things that you can rely on finding at Druid Camp. Healing, Divination, Eisteddfod, Marketplace...

Click here for more about these reliable staples of Camp

Small Humans and non-Humans
We welcome children and we have a well regarded childrens' tent with daily activities. For very good reasons we are not allowed to have dogs on site. These two things are not related!

Click to read about the Children's Area and Animal Policies