North London Scout District owns an eight-acre campsite in Bounds Green, conveniently located just a short walk from the Piccadilly line tube station and close to the North Circular Road.
Scout Park has been a centre for local Scouting since 1928. It occupies the former site of a pottery works known as Picking’s Estate.
Robert Baden-Powell, founder of Scouting, visited Scout Park in July 1930.
Scout Park has a range of buildings and facilities for hire by Scouts and other youth groups.
It incorporates a nature reserve with 30 species of trees and 70 types of wild flowers. 30 species of birds have been recorded in the park.
You can also find our Scout Uniform Shop here.
For full details visit www.scoutpark.org.uk