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Wildlife Encounters

Discovering incredible wildlife is a rare and captivating experience, and our top five Wild Spaces offer a unique sanctuary unlike anything else in the UK.

These carefully selected locations provide ample space to sit back and observe the best of British wildlife, from barn owls and badgers to deer and rare species of insects and birds. Immerse yourself in nature and witness the wonders of wildlife in these serene and untouched havens.


Heal Rewilding


This is an experience that everyone in our community should have on the wish list this summer. Spend the evening camping with other members & spend the days spotting BEAVERS!


Dales Way Haven

Yorkshire Dales

Several acres of native British woodland with a very special resident. There are not many places you can camp wild with your only company a family of Red Squirrels!!


Water Meadows


One of most remote Wild Spaces. The silence is deafening & you will see so much life here, exploring & camped in the tall meadow grass. 

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Muntjac Meadow

Ross on Wye

A secluded meadow surrounded by beautiful woodlands & teaming with wildlife, including (you guessed it) Muntac Deer. 

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Blackland Woods

East Grinstead | Sussex

An easily accesible & beautiful woodland, within 60 minutes of London on the train. Spot the huge herd of deer that call these woods their home & sleep to the sound of several species of owl.

Wild Spaces provide a truly unique experience to observe British wildlife in their natural habitats. You are entering into their domain, camped within the woods or tall meadow grass where hardly any humans have set foot, creating a perfect situation to spot so many species of animal, insect & bird life. These are just a small selection of the amazing experiences we have had, but almost every single Wild Space will have a wildlife encounter to discover. Get out there!

Follow the link below & head to the Wild Space search tools to explore the rest!

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