This is the Home page of the Parc-le-Breos Scout Campsite. As well as for members of the Scout Association, our site is available to members of Girlguiding and all other recognised Youth Organisations, Schools and Church Groups.


Parc le Breos Scout Campsite is located on the Gower Peninsula of the South Wales coast. The Gower was designated the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty back in 1956 and is but a short drive from the city of Swansea. It offers a rich and varied environment from wild moors and limestone cliffs to golden, sandy beaches.

The campsite itself is set in an extremely attractive location, amidst well-established woodland and with large open grassed areas. It provides an ideal location for wild back-to-basics camping and outdoor activities. The surrounding woodland provides ample deadwood for campfires and open fire cooking. The Gower peninsula provides excellent facilities for a wide range of activities. There are many clean, sandy beaches within easy walking distance and good hiking routes are plentiful.

For Scouting purposes only the campsite is currently classified as 'Greenfield', but it does have mains water points and chemical toilet disposal units on site.
Leaders who may only have a 'Campsite' permit can overcome this by hiring in portable toilets for the duration of their stay, thus making them ‘eligible’ to use the site (see website Links page for local suppliers). Hire rates are very reasonable.

Thanks to the Heritage Centre, Parkmill (around 400 metres off site), we do also have day and night access to mains connected toilets and hot showers (male & female). Please note that there is a small charge (payable direct to the Heritage Centre) for shower tokens and there is a refundable deposit made for the access key.