Danemead is conveniently located in Hertfordshire, within easy reach of London and the Home Counties. It is set in 34 acres of mature unspoilt woodland, and part of the adjoining Broxbourne woods. The site has been granted the status of a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Danemead Scout Campsite
TL 344 077 – 51.751N 0.053W
Visit us by Road
From Broxbourne Railway Sation turn right into Station Road and proceed along to the T-Junction (A1170). Turn left and then immediately right into Park Lane.
Follow the road uphill and around to Cock Lane T-Junction. Turn left and proceed for 1 mile.
Just after an S-bend, the Danemead site entrance is on the right.
Visit us by Public Transport
Broxbourne Train Station is approx 2 miles from the Campsite. This means you could be on a train and heading to central London within 7 minutes of leaving the site by car or 40 minutes if you decide to walk. Operated by Greater Anglia. Trains run regularly during the week and weekends and can have you in the City of London in under half hour.
If the city doesn’t take your fancy then you can connect with services to Cambridge or Hertford East and explore the local countryside. You can even get the train if you have booked white water rafting, or want to explore Lee Vally. Contact Greater Anglia for discounts before your stay.