Danish Camp has areas of deep water and uneven terrain. The premises are fully licensed and to comply with current legislation this means that Children under 16 years of are not permitted on the premises unless accompanied by a supervising adult.
Danish Camp is suitable for disabled visitors and wheelchair use.
Danish Camp has a private car park approximately 200 metres from the main entrance.
There is a disabled toilet facility on the right hand side of the hallway in the log cabin, accessed by the main entrance door.
Danish Camp also has a large covered and heated terrace which may be accessed by the timber walkway around the log cabin or the blocked pathway to the immediate left of the main entrance gates. Danish Camp enjoys a tranquil riverside location but we advise extreme care when accessing the lower levels as the ground is uneven. Slopes are gentler to the far left and far right of the log cabin.
Wheelchair users can enjoy the lovely countryside around Danish Camp using local pathways.
GROUND SURFACES CAN BE SLIPPERY, ESPECIALLY IN WET OR ICY CONDITIONS.
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We are primarily a catering establishment and only food and drinks purchased from Danish Camp may be consumed on the premises, which includes the car park area.
OUR CAR PAR IS A PRIVATE CAR PARK FOR VISITORS TO DANISH CAMP
Gates are locked 15 minutes after closing times. Please make sure you vacate the car park to avoid being locked in. On a Sunday cars may not be released until the next day of opening; Tuesday during Summer and Wednesday during Winter. Cars are left entirely at the owners risk.
Please note our car park is for visitors to Danish Camp. We do not allow rivercraft to be brought into the car park or launched from Danish Camp. There is a new ‘pull-up’ point were rivercraft may disembark.
IT IS NOT PERMITTED TO BRING RIVERCRAFT, RIGID OR INFLATABLE INTO THE CAR PARK
Canoes, paddle boards, kayaks or other rivercraft are not able to launch from Danish Camp or disembark to leave the site.
It is possible to come down or up river to visit, use the ‘Pull-Up’ point to leave the river, you may then leave your river vessel on the lower riverbank, then depart using the ‘Pull-Up’ point.
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