Our Junior holidays for those in Years 6 to 8 are the perfect introduction to Lymington Rushmore.

Whether you want the high speed of Go-karting or Banana boating, a new challenge like Ski-slope ringos or the Aqua park, or a more relaxed time doing Cookery or Arts & crafts, there’s something for everyone at Lymington Rushmore!

2021 dates

In 2021 we will be running a series of 3-night holidays. 

1a: 8th-11th July
12th-15th July
2a: 16th-19th July
20th-23rd July
3a: 24th-27th July
3b: 28th-31st July
4a: 1st-4th August
4b: 5th-8th August

PLEASE NOTE: To avoid disruption to groups and activities, we are unable to accept bookings for only part of a holiday. Applications are accepted for only one of these holidays and early booking is advisable. 

Book with Confidence

We appreciate that making plans at this time of uncertainty is difficult, so please be assured that should we have to cancel the holidays as a result of Covid-19, a full refund of any monies paid (including the deposit) will be made. All fees are held in a ring-fenced account to ensure we can make this guarantee.

We are now members of PTS to provide protection for fees paid – more details in terms and conditions.


Our Junior Holidays are held at Sandroyd School, a beautiful countryside setting with lots of venues for activities nearby and not far from the coast. 


Each day is packed full of activities catering for a wide variety of interests.

    Go Karting / Laser Tag / Aqua Park / Kayaking / Archery / Nerf Wars / 
    Wide Game / Paintball / Escape Rooms / Swimming / Football 
    Beach Trip / Giant Water Fight / Dodgeball / Slip n Slide / Golf / Dancing 
    Arts & Crafts / Banana Boating & Sofa Surfing / Ski Slope Ringos 
    Ten Pin Bowling / Hunt the Spy / Tennis / Go Ape / Cookery / Skate Park….
Plus Lymington Rushmore’s very own games:
Padder, 4 square, crocker, ragger, AND MORE! 


Whilst every day is different on camp, here is what a typical day might look like:

8.45 Breakfast

9.40 Morning Meeting

10.00 Activities

1.00 Lunch

2.00 Afternoon Activities

4.00 Tea

5.15 Swim

6.00 Supper

8.00 Evening Meeting

8.30 Evening Entertainment

8.45 Wind-down & Bed

At each meeting there is a short age appropriate talk exploring some aspect of the Christian faith and its relevance to everyday life. Whatever their religious backgrounds or beliefs, people find these engaging and thought provoking and appreciate the Christian ethos which undergirds the holidays.


The food is always a highlight of camp and is provided by our own team of volunteer cooks. There is healthy, home-made food in plentiful supply! We are able to cater for different dietary needs by prior arrangement.