Please read through all the ticket options available (from a general weekend camping ticket or choose from one of our 5 packages), then book your ticket of choice – tickets must be booked on an individual basis, one package per person. Once you’ve done this you’ll receive an email asking for you to fill out a form and give us your details.
Please note that you’ll need to create a new account to use our new booking system (unless you created one to purchase Wander the World 2022 tickets), you cannot use your shop account. To get back into your booking please see the ‘My bookings’ option at the top right side of our website homepage and login from there.
Once you’ve completed your booking you’ll receive a ‘Your Girlguiding Scotland order is now complete’ email which will have a link to the form for you to provide your details. You have until 5pm on 30 June to complete this form and fill in your details, please note that once you’ve submitted your form you can’t edit it – if you have any questions about this please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online bookings will close at 5pm on 30 June, or when the event is sold out.
Tickets can be booked on an individual basis only. This is due to the personal contact information required at the time of booking. Please ensure all members of your group are familiar with your tent name to allow groups to be accommodated together.
Not on this occasion, this event is exclusively for adult members aged 18+ only.
All participants at this event must hold a current Girlguiding membership number.
Payment is required at the time of booking via the Girlguiding Scotland website to secure a place. You can pay by credit/debit card.
The cost to come along to this event varies depending on the activity package selected as follows:
You can find more information on what’s included in each package further up the page.
The campsite will be open for guests to arrive from 3.30pm onwards on Friday 9 September. The site should be clear by 2pm on Sunday 11 September. Friday night the main marquee will be open from 6.00 pm for dinner which will be served until 8pm.
This is a camping event therefore your group will need to provide their own tents including groundsheets, tent repair kits, spare pegs, sleeping bags and camping chairs.
There is very limited indoor dorm accommodation on-site, and it is a ‘camping first’ policy for this event, however if you have accessibility requirements, please contact email@example.com prior to booking.
There is no specified dress code for the weekend uniform is not required. Please remember to pack appropriate clothing for camping conditions e.g. weatherproof and waterproof clothing.
An external catering company will be onsite for the duration of the weekend providing the following which is included in your ticket:
All dietary requirements can be catered for if advised in advance therefore please advise at the time of booking. If there are any queries a member of the catering team will be in contact prior to the event to discuss them. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the event.
As this is a celebration event for adults alcohol is permitted. Guests are welcome to bring their own alcohol for personal consumption on-site. Please consider bringing suitable plastic glasses and drink responsibly.
We are committed to doing out best to remove any barriers to adult members enjoying events with us. For more information on what support we can offer and if you have any queries prior to booking please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are travelling by car, please make sure that you have included car registration details in the booking form. There will be no onsite parking therefore a drop off system for equipment will operate then a shuttle service to and from the site will be put in place.
The nearest train station is in the town of Balloch, which is a direct line from Glasgow Queen Street station.
Follow the M8 over the Erskine Bridge then take the A82 for Loch Lomond. Past Dumbarton, follow the A811 to Gartocharn on the Drymen/Stirling road. In Gartocharn, turn left into Ross Loan (Gartocharn Primary School is on the corner) after approximately one mile you will see the gates of Ross Priory which you should pass and continue on the road until you see the campsite on your right-hand site. The entrance to the site is at the second gate. Find out more here.
We will have a large First Aid kit on site and named first aiders on site for the duration of the camp, however should you go off-site for activities you may wish to have a small personal kit.
We cannot change your booking once your payment has gone through. Please contact the email@example.com if you have any questions.
As this is an adult-only event, general health or on day activity forms will be collated for the event. The emergency contact information you have provided at the point of registration will be used.
A central risk assessment will be conducted by the camp team.
We will have our own photographers. Information on additional photography consent forms will be sent out at a later date.
All guests will receive updated event information prior to attending the event. If you have any other questions in the meantime, please contact:
The Covid-19 guidelines are always evolving so please make sure you follow all of the latest Scottish Government guidance on this on the day. Please note that the event takes place mostly outside.
Please refer to our event terms and conditions.
There are no open fires allowed on sire but there are multiple fire pits available
Please remember that this site is located in a residential area so quiet hours are between 11pm and 7am – please keep the noise limit to a minimum during this time.