Community engagement is an important part of the campsite’s work. School groups, Duke of Edinburgh Award squads, Church groups giving holidays to underprivileged children, the Interest Link (Hawick) Youth Group, and Boys Brigade have all enjoyed time camping in the Wild Woods, a new experience for many. The Baileys are also promoting a co-operative Community Footpaths Project up to the summit of Ruberslaw, to improve access for customers and the public alike.
Campers are well looked after with provisions of fire pits and wood, tourist information, a shop, well equipped kitchen, facilities with under-floor heating, disabled facilities, WIFI, and a large communal area centred around a huge fireplace. Staff are on hand to make sure everyone has a great camping experience. 2016 will see further improvements to the offering and hopefully the introduction of Equestrianism.
Visitors are encouraged to explore the wider area and the Baileys receive much positive feedback from local pubs and shops regarding increased custom from campers, and the repeat business it brings.
To find out more about Ruberslaw Wild Woods Camping please visit http://www.ruberslaw.co.uk