Welcome to campfires burning....

The Campfires burning website has come about because of a lack of info about campsites that let you have fires. Not so long time since, you could have fires at loads of sites, now they seem to have vanished.

We aim to provide the campfire camper with usefull information about sites that allow some form of campfire. We have searched the internet for sites, primarily in the UK for now, that permit fires. Although not every potential site is listed, if you do know of any; anywhere in the world, please send me an email and i can add it to the site.

We are currently putting together a list of sites from all over the world, so if you know of any, please drop us an email so we can add them to the site.

If you intend visiting one of our listed sites, please check with them first and mention to them that you found them on campfiresburning.org.

Site Details for Inwood Camping

If any of the details listed are incorrect, please email the correct details. Your help will help others.

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We now have 2 sets of woodland showers close to some of the main camping areas and plenty of long drops dotted around the site. The central facilities area still has the flushing toilets and hot showers. We will stock more in the shop and get the Snack Shack going when you can't be bothered or need a great cup of coffee. Inwood is still large and varied, with its grassy meadows and all different sorts of woodland camping. Mark and Bruce are back for another year to help you when needed. Campfires and dogs are positively encouraged and there is always wood for sale, as well as our unique campfire grills for hire. For 2015 the grove of chestnuts will provide a new area of dappled woodland camping and has a couple of new self-contained meadows suitable for three or four tents. Our grassy meadows, enclosed within the mixed woodlands, and our large open field with views over the rolling North Wessex Downs to the North West remain, as do the numerous places to pitch within the woods themselves. You can go into the deciduous mixed woods, or go for what we call the Gothic camping and pitch within the stands of great fir trees. Oddly enough these areas are particularly good for large groups who have created extended tent villages in what has been described as a huge green cathedral. Inwood has large areas of un-camped woodland to explore within the site, places to build dens, and to get a bit lost in, as well as much wildlife, deer, rabbits and many birds including at least one pair of Nightingales.