Kamp Reynard forms part of the GOODLAND ESTATE, although it is situated on a different and separate farm on the opposite side of the Boekenhoutkloof. Although it is not a fenced game farm, it forms part of the Seringveld Conservancy and takes pride in the richness of its unspoiled nature.

Kamp Reynard’s predominant habitat is broad-leafed woodland on sour veld, dominated by Boekenhout, Burkea (Wild Syringa) and Terminalia (Silver Clusterleaf). It is home to more than 100 tree species and a haven for more than 200 different bird species. Baboons, monkeys, warthog, porcupine and small buck are regularly seen. This setting provides the perfect place for groups to break away from city life and enjoy the serene outdoors.

Kamp Reynard offers visitors the following:

  • Accommodation for groups of 20 – 30 (Lockdown Level 1) in 2 dormitories and 4 rooms
  • Large multi-function hall (7m x 17m),
  • Large netted veranda (3m x 30m)
  • Spacious lawn ideal for group games and team building activities
  • Seven item obstacle course 
  • Volleyball and pool table (on request) 
  • Boma for campfires
  • Shallow swimming pool (1m deep throughout) for supervised swimming
  • Self-catering kitchen
  • Catering can be provided when requested
  • Large trees with shade for tents and caravans
  • Hiking trail (on request)

This is a unique facility for small group camps such as youth camps, team building, church camps and family reunions.