If you followed our Holiday Tots 12 Days campaign, you will have seen that one of our prizes was a family ticket to Into the Trees festival. The festival takes place on 13-15 September at Pippingford Park, Sussex.
There is nothing better than spending time as a family and enjoying the outdoors. Don’t worry, if camping is not your thing they offer glamping and live in vehicles too.
A weekend camping ticket allows you entry to the stunning grounds of Pippingford Park, in the heart of the Ashdown Forest for two nights of wild family camping.
If you would like to bring a camper van, caravan or other live-in vehicle to Into the Trees, you can book a live-in vehicle pitch. These spaces can also be used if you would like to pitch a normal tent next to your car. If you prefer a little more comfort, how about one of the already set up bell tents. Each bell tent sleeps up to six people.
Into the Trees is a very intimate little festival, so the boutique camping area will share toilet and shower facilities with the main family campsite. The focus of Into the Trees is not on entertainment but on quality family time, in a stunning natural location.
The perfect opportunity for adults to relax enjoying delicious local food and drink while the kids run free. Rope swings, mountain boarding, bushcraft and tree climbing surround hands-on demonstrations from wildlife experts and skilled Sussex craftspeople
For more information or to book your tickets, click here
If you like the sound of Into The Trees but cant wait until September, check out Elderflower Fields, It takes place at the same venue but its in May (24 – 27 May 2019). It’s an award winning festival, designed especially for families with children. A wild weekend adventure, packed full of music, sports, nature and the arts, all set in the heart of the beautiful Sussex countryside. Elderflower is one of the leading family festivals in the UK.
They have a range of activities for children. From sports and arts camps, wildlife and environmental projects, music, theatre, dance, science – there’s something for everyone. And most importantly, with the exception of a few special activities, it’s all included in your ticket price. Some sessions will require booking in advance, others will be drop in.
Great music, food and even a woodland spa ! They offer bell tent and tipi clamping options too. If this sounds like a bit of you, hurry up and get your tickets as the’ve already sold over 75 % to this years tickets.
If this happens to be your first festival – don’t worry, they’ve put together a list of what to and what not to pack – check it out here