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WILD CANVAS CAMPING

A pop-up camping experience with a gentle festival atmosphere.

Now in its fifth year, Wild Canvas takes place from 25th July to 27th August, 2024 on the scenic riverside meadows of Turvey House Estate in Bedfordshire. Join us for campfires, soulful music, quality food and drink, river sports, a variety of family friendly activities, wellness and a great community.

CAMPING

Choose from three expansive fields nestled along the banks of the River Great Ouse. Spacious and comfortable pitches on grassy parkland.

TRADITIONAL TIPIS

Our majestic Tipis are handcrafted using traditional techniques, modern specifications and the best materials. They come with furnished with beds and bedding, rugs, lanterns, coffee table, seating and fire pit. 

YURT Tents

Camp in comfort! Our spacious Yurt-Tents are made with organic cotton canvas, are fully zipped and come furnished with beds and bedding, rugs, lanterns, coffee table, seating and fire pit. 

TIPI VILLAGE

Your own, private Village that can sleep up to 12 people, perfect for groups and extended family gatherings. Includes 3 Tipis or Tipi/Yurt combination, central gazebo, communal fire pit, BBQ and other amenities.

FESTIVAL ATMOSPHERE

Music, Cafe and Bar, Activities, Workshops, Wellness Programme, Kids Clubs

A spacious setting, easy access, no overwhelming crowds or the hectic bustle of large festivals.
Just a chilled, family friendly, festival vibe!

ACTIVITIES

Coached Paddle boarding • Arts & Crafts
Kid’s Nature Club • Capoeira • Circus Arts • Ceramics Storytelling • Outdoor Games and more

WELLNESS

Yoga • Breathwork • Sound Healing
Pilates • Ceremonies • Mindful Crafting • Tai Chi
Ecstatic Dance and more

MUSIC

Curated DJ Line Up • Weekend Parties • Chilled Sunday Afternoon Music • Superhero Kid’s Disco

FOOD & DRINK

On-Site Cafe • Barista Coffee • Wild HQ Bar

Signature Cocktails • Artisan Ice Creams

LOCATION

Riverside camping beside the River Great Ouse. Wild Canvas takes place at Coppey Moor Cottage and grounds in the parklands of Turvey House Estate in Bedfordshire. 

The camping fields are set in beautiful, grassy and flat riverside meadows, bordered by ancient woodland, historic parkland and big open skies.

Out of bounds for hundreds of years, the banks along this stretch of the River Great Ouse have been virtually unvisited by the public, and are still home to vibrant Kingfishers, flashes of dragonflies and a family of swans.

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