Outdoor Facilities - The Site Tour
At the entrance to the site we have a large Log Cabin that houses our offices, a reception/meeting room for groups of up to 16 guests, and a large car park for up to 30 cars. The meeting room has a fenced patio with seating in case we get one of those warm, sunny days! The Quad Bike Trekking reception is also based here.
Continuing through the site, you drive past the large open activity areas, the Reverse Steer Kubota RTV Course, the Segways track and several Teambuilding activities, the Archery Range, 300m Off-Road Kart Track, and a 10m Climbing Wall. Our activity areas are separated by landscaped safety banks, with shelters and seating for guests to stay dry whilst watching their colleagues and friends enjoying themselves!
You then arrive at the Clubhouse, which is a large wooden building with a spacious patio, picnic tables, and toilet and shower block with changing rooms. This area also has parking for up to 100 cars.
For groups of up to 100 guests, a frame marquee can be erected on the patio, and for larger groups of up to 500 guests, marquees can be sited on the lawn adjacent to the Clubhouse.
In the centre of the site, built around the Clubhouse, and occupying 40 acres, we have the Shooting Ground. This is now one of the largest and best attended Clay Shooting Grounds in the Midlands. We have an extensive Sporting layout incorporating high towers, woodland, hills and ponds (all with covered stands). And we have covered Sportrap, Skeet, DTL, ABT and Clay Snooker layouts.
Continuing past the Clubhouse and Shooting Stands, you pass the Air Rifle and Pistol Range. It is around this area we also have our purpose-built Off-Road Track, which comprises 10 hills of differing heights, gradients and lots of water and mud!
On the right is a 300m long Quad Circuit which occupies two acres of undulating ground with lots of twists and turns – and mud! Next to that, is the amphibious Argocat Course, which is five acres of water, banks, side slopes and mud.