Broadstone Warren is situated in the Ashdown Forest in the North of Sussex, midway between the South Coast and London. The site which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is almost 400 acres of mixed woodland, with a variety of individual areas for camping, and a number of buildings that are used for indoor accommodation, courses or meetings. The site has a vast number of activities.
The site is open to all Scouts, Guides, other youth groups, schools and commercial organisations from all over the UK and abroad and is open all year round. The site is not open to the general public. The Centre is an accredited training centre for the RLSS Royal Life Saving Society and Sports Leaders UK A member of the NNAS National Navigational Award Scheme, RPIOL Reflective Practitioner mentoring for the Institute of Outdoor Learning and all staff who are members of several of the activity National Governing Bodies.
Activities available on site are abseiling, air pistols, air rifles, archery, boule, bushcraft, climbing, coconut tree climb, crate stacking, the cube™ high ropes course, dry tooling, giant games, grass sledging, human bar football, leap of faith, low ropes course, orienteering, pedal karts, pioneering, pole joust, pot holing, pushball, the rack, rafting, sumo wrestling, swimming, traverse wall, volleyball and zip wire. The site provides qualified instructors for all roped activities, life guards for the swimming pool as well as shooting and archery disciplines. Other activities are available to be self-supervised (although instructors can be arranged), following relevant briefing and provision of safety equipment.