We are a friendly, family run campsite, situated right in the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The six acre camping meadow is set well back from the road with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and the sea, we have good, clean toilet and shower facilities and spacious pitches so you can spread out a bit and enjoy a good campfire..There are no statics here to spoil the views just a real camping experience. We only have 8 hook-ups so if you need one of these in the height of the season its advisable to book early.
We have our onsite bar called The Cow Shed where you will find a good range of drinks and food.We usually have some entertainment at the weekends too.
We have goats,pigs and chickens and a pond, which attracts frogs, toads, ducks etc.
The beach is just a short walk away and is safe for children, with rock pools to explore at low tide. There's a good beach cafe here too serving hearty all-day breakfasts amongst lots of other tasty food, they also sell all your beach requirements.
Nearby are other beautiful coves, including Cadgwith, a fishing cove hosting freshly caught fish barbeques during the main summer months. Here you will also find a wonderful Cornish pub, complete with Cornish singing on a Friday night.
We are right by the coast path, so those of you who enjoy a good walk will find a vast array of hidden coves and spectacular scenery waiting for you to find. There are plenty of places to eat out, most serving delicious local fayre and of course, the traditional Cornish Cream tea!
For those of you who enjoy the more formal attractions there are plenty of those too including Flambards theme park,Cornish Camels,Poldark mine,Future World and the Gweek seal Sanctuary to name but a few.
Lizard Point is the most southerly point of Britain and well worth a visit, you can park up on the green and walk down past the little shops or you can drive down the small lane and park by the lighthouse. If you're lucky you may see seals playing in the sea.
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This page was last updated: 06 March 2016