On the memories…

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Such a beautiful festival for families!!!

We all had the most amazing day at WILDHOOD! My description of it to other people has been about how relaxed it felt and how safe and friendly it was and how everything was just 'right', it was the right venue and the right size and the right number of people, so it didn't feel too busy and there weren't huge queues for things or huge groups at anything. It was lovely to see so many baby wearing parents and breastfeeding mummies. Everyone seemed really relaxed and engaged with their families. There were hardly any mobile phones in sight which was great (a huge bug bear of mine!). It was great to be able to learn new things together with my girls and just have a chilled out and peaceful day with them. It was all just really really lovely. A huge well done to the organisers for such an amazing event.

All in all, I can honestly say that my children and I had the best time together. They didn’t want it to end, and neither did I. Absolutely amazing from start to finish. No need to rush, no pressure, just pure unadulterated fun. They had as much fun exploring the grounds and using their imaginations as they did at the workshops. I can’t thank you enough. The perfect weekend!

Thank you so much for organising this, it’s one of the best things we have ever done as a family and we cannot wait to go again next year.

I bought tickets to get my kids off screens. It was our first camping trip and festival. With it only being me and the kids I thought it might be a pleasant experience. I was blown away by how lovely and relaxing it was. It was so well organised and relaxed. My wee boy can be anxious but he was off exploring and building his courage and resilience delighted by the environment. I left feeling like I had just spent the most amazing weekend relaxing with friends and family. I cannot wait to come back next year. Thank you so much for creating such a great family event.

Well planned, well organised and just superb all round. Well done for an awesome, completely family oriented festival!

We LOVED and will continue to race about WILDHOOD. Never have both of us felt as relaxed with 3 kids at a public event plus the fact we had never been camping with them. The venue is stunning. All the folks were friendly and the stuff on for kids nearly brought me out in tears I was so relieved and happy! Kids need this and parents need this!

Good venue was small nice cosy and relaxed. Felt like a nice community for the weekend. Felt safe allowing my child to explore. Son had a ball and is still talking about it yet and has asked to go back next year!

Thank you for organising this event. It’s just what I needed to be reconnected to nature and for my children to experience a festival that encouraged creativity and freedom!

It was a really lovely weekend and we were sad to have to leave on the Sunday afternoon to travel home. I think my son would quite happily live there! Looking forward to next year!

I loved that it was all about the children and not an adult festival with a section for children. Felt very safe and we all had a great time. Good memories made.

It was a magical weekend and hopefully will be long life memories for our family. Oh also my boy of 5 now wants a ukulele for Christmas and has been singing about bananas!!!!!❤️

It was a HUGELY successful event, of which was loved by absolutely everyone in the family. Truly magical, unique and special. Thank you so much and we look forward to coming and camping two nights next year!

Very proud to say WILDHOOD was my son’s first ever festival. It exceeded expectations on so many levels. We’ll be back!!!


On value for money…

99% of our festival go-ers said yes, they thought WILDHOOD represented good value for money.

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On favourite things…

With an enormous amount of activities, workshops and experiences of offer, here’s what our visitors loved the most…

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On the memories…

It’s all about the memories for us at WILDHOOD and here’s what folks thought of the festival as a whole…