FAQ’s

Can I still come but not camp?

Absolutely so. We offer on and offsite prices. Just select which option you want at the checkout.

What food is available?

You’ll find a BBQ onsite as well as ‘The Hub’ which serves a variety of different meals and snacks (such as Bacon rolls and Jacket Potatoes). There is also a small shop selling food and camping supplies. Our coffee-shop ‘The Lounge’ also sells a wide selection of coffee and cakes.

Is there a kids and youth programme?

We have sessions for ages 6 months and upwards in the mornings and then from age 5 years and upwards we offer a full Youth and Children’s programme with sessions in the mornings and evenings. There are also activities on site for Youth and Children in the afternoons (however these require you to supervise them). Little Fishes runs from 6 months – 4 years old. Powerpack from 5 years – 10 years. Impact from 11-14 and Deepend from 15-18.

What is the typical day lay out? E.g. Session times.

A typical day at Rivercamp has two main sessions at 10am and 7pm (with the youth and children’s session timings matching those. There are also a number of extra sessions such as Early Morning Worship, Seminars and After-Hours acts in the Lounge, but these timings will be confirmed onsite.

Are dogs allowed on site?

Only Registered Assistance dogs are allowed onsite (and you’ll need to bring the paperwork confirming this with you)

Can Tesco deliver on site?

Arranging a Tesco delivery to site is a great way of saving room in your car and making sure that food stays fresh; however, you will need to meet the delivery driver at reception as the Tesco vehicle is not allowed on the camping fields.

Who are the speakers and what is the speaker schedule?

Our speakers for 2017 are Shawn Bolz, Dr Sharon Stone, Dave Smith, Chris Cartwright, David Campbell and Kevin Peat. We typically publish the speaker schedule about a month before Rivercamp.

Can I hire a caravan already at Lenchwood?

The Static caravans already on site are used throughout Rivercamp so aren’t available for hiring. However, the Lenchwood website has details of local Caravan Hire companies.

Do you have any information on Local Accommodation?

The Lenchwood website has details of local accommodation including caravan hire companies, hotels, B&B’s and properties for hire.

Are Bicycles or Scooters allowed on site?

Due to health and safety restrictions, bikes and scooters are unfortunately not allowed on site. However feel free to bring a bike along and take advantage of some afternoon cycling trips into the beautiful Cotswolds.

What are the facilities like?

Lenchwood Christian Centre is beautifully situated in the heart of the Cotswolds so it is a great location but it is first and foremost a campsite. We supplement the Lenchwood facilities with plenty of extra high quality showers and toilets for Rivercamp whilst electric hook-ups are available at an additional cost. We also have places to get food and drink on site as well as a small camping/ supply shop and a bookshop.

How much are meals in the café?

Meals are reasonably priced, ranging upwards from snacks at around £2 to our specials available most days at about £7

Can I b-b-q?

You can use a BBQ on site but it must be raised off the ground.  Bricks are available for Disposable BBQ’s.  Open fires or fire pits are not allowed

Can we have a stall / exhibition space?

Due to space restrictions, we are unfortunately able to offer an ability to do this at present. However feel free to send a proposal through to the office and if the situation changes in the future we’ll make sure that we get in contact.