Uninstructed activities

Visiting leaders may instruct these activities themselves, or our own qualified instructors can run the sessions at an additional cost.

These activities are spread out across the site and available all day. Groups can plan their own itineraries and pick and choose what they want to try. Booking is advised, but not always necessary.

Adventure course Adventure course Featuring obstacles, a swing, cargo and scramble nets our adventure course is a must for all groups to tackle. Please be aware it does get very muddy.
Bows and arrows Bows and arrows A child-friendly form of archery suitable for youngsters aged eight and under.
Bouldering wall Perfect for children aged six plus, the bouldering wall introduces youngsters to climbing. Located next to the climbing tower. Supportive footwear is advised when using this equipment.
Buggy building The chance for your group to build its own set of wheels. Buggy building sessions can take place in any open space across the site and are a great team-building exercise.
Bush craft Bush craft Learning the basics of surviving in the wild, groups are taught how to build shelters and nature tents, among other skills. These sessions are normally instructor led and held twice a year. Call us to find out more about the next bush craft session.
Frisbee golf Frisbee golf Located in the north of the site, our dedicated Frisbee golf course is great fun for groups of all ages. Players throw a Frisbee through loops to score points, aiming to complete the course in the lowest number of throws.
Giant games Our oversized versions of classic family games can be played at any time of the day in any open area. Games include Connect 4, dominos, noughts and crosses, Snakes and Ladders and Jenga.
GPS navigation GPS navigation A fun activity that allows groups to explore our 35-acre site while testing their navigation skills. Groups are given handheld GPS devices, programmed with ten co-ordinates, and a map and work their way around the site to find codes hidden in containers.
Maze Maze Our newly refurbished maze offers a real challenge for all ages. Suitable for groups of up to 24, the maze carries a medieval theme with youngsters tasked to get to the eight-foot-high castle in the centre, while enjoying activities and brain teasers along the way. The maze takes around an hour to complete and group leaders can oversee the activity from vantage points.
Nightline Nightline The nightline can be tackled in the dark or with blindfolds during the day. A team-building exercise, groups follow a rope trail in the dark together through the trees and over obstacles. A good torch is required if tackling at night, to ensure safe passage to and from the course.
Orienteering Orienteering Perfect for Scout and Guide groups, our orienteering course takes in 14 sites.
Photo orienteering Suitable for school teams and younger age groups, children navigate their way around the course to find eighteen pictures. 
Pioneering An activity where you can really let your imagination run wild! Groups are challenged to use wooden poles and ropes to create their own structures. An excellent team-building exercise.
Push ball Push ball Our giant 1.5m high inflatable push ball can be used in a number of games or activities. Whether you prefer to have a huge football match, race with it or use it for a giant game of catch, push ball activities can be led however you want.
Skittle alley Skittle alley Great for when the weather turns, our indoor skittle alley can be enjoyed by any age group. Located next to the reception barn.
Team tasks Team tasks Designed to engage groups of up to six people with a maximum of 24 taking part in our dedicated team task area and associated activities aim to boost co-operation and morale.
Tree trail Tree trail Groups can explore our beautiful forest surroundings by matching a set of leaves to the trees spread across the site. The trees that match the leaves are numbered so children can learn more about the species they are tracking down.

WHAT'S NEW

Re-dedication of Chapel and Low Ropes Opening
We recently welcomed Reverend Hargrove and the Mayor of Elmbridge to re-dedicate the Chapel and officially open our new Low Ropes course.

Construction of new low ropes course begins...
The team at Walton Firs are very excited to announce the construction has begun on the new low ropes course.

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Walton Firs
Activity Centre, Convent Lane
Cobham, Surrery, KT11 1HB
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