Penhale Caravan and and Camping : Fowey
Tel: 01726833425 Website: http://www.penhale-fowey.co.uk/
This campsite is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is the nearest caravan and camping park to Fowey, on the Fowey side of the river, just 1 ½ miles west from the centre of the town. Penhale is a great place to stay for camping and caravanning accommodation near the Eden project as it is only 3.5 miles away. This small, family-run campsite offers you relaxation in pleasant surroundings. There is no overcrowding and there is no noisy club or bar. Camping in Cornwall at Penhale brings many advantages as it is close to many lovely sandy beaches and great walks both coastal and inland. It is a great place for camping near the Eden Project. The nearest beach, Polkerris, is only a half hour walk away
Beacon Cottage Farm Holidays : St. Agnes
Tel: 01872 552347 Website: http://www.beaconcottagefarmholidays.co.uk
A real favourite here at Beach Campsites UK, this really is the creme de la creme of Cornish beach campsites. Gorgeous vistas left, right and centre! Beacon Cottage Farm Touring Park is part of a traditional working Cornish family farm set in beautiful countryside, a few hundred yards from the sea. The 60 individually numbered pitches are set out in six small landscaped paddocks enjoying spectacular sea and coastal views while others are surrounded by trees, offering shelter for those who prefer it.
Pentewan Sands Holiday Park : Pentewan
Tel: 01726 843485 Website: http://www.pentewansands.com
Certainly not a site for those seeking peace and quiet, as this holiday park has a lot going on, but a stunning beach location nonetheless. This 32-acre family holiday park is nestled in a sheltered bay with its own private sandy beach, over 1/2 mile long. The sea, sand and facilities are all on your doorstep. There are a wide variety of pitches for caravans, tents and motorhomes plus self-catering holiday homes - all within close reach of the large heated outdoor pool, watersports centre, shops, restaurant, takeaway, clubhouse and entertainment.
Tristram Campsite : Polzeath
Tel: 01208 862215 Website: http://www.polzeathcamping.co.uk
Tristram is positioned on the gently sloping cliff overlooking the beach with its own direct access to the beach. The site is fenced off so it is private and safe for children.
Private showers, toilets and laundry facilities are on site, adjoining there is a licensed restaurant and garden.
Treveague Farm Camping and Touring
Tel: 01726 842295 Website: http://www.treveaguefarm.co.uk
Treveague Farm truly is traditional camping as it should be, with room to roam and space to relax with extensive sea views in every direction. If you fancy eating alfresco there is also a 'Secret Garden' restaurant which is open during peak seasons serving home-grown organic produce and other locally sourced food. Bring your own wine or beer and relax under the stars.
Amble down the coastal footpaths and explore a selection of beautiful Cornish beaches, from the child safe sands to the secluded and romantic coves. A short stroll away friendly local pubs await with mouth watering menus catering for all tastes and budgets. Or stay around the farm and indulge the animals in treats and cuddles, and experience daily farm life.
Churchtown Farm Caravan and Camping Site : St. Ives
Tel: 01736 753219 Website: http://www.churchtownfarm.org.uk
Churchtown Farm Caravan and Camping Site is situated close to the church in Gwithian, overlooking St. Ives Bay. It is a quiet, family-run site set in 6 acres, with spacious pitches of which 75 are serviced pitches, adjacent to Gwithian sand-dunes.
From this site it is approximately a 300-metre walk to Gwithian Beach, with its famous three miles of golden sands stretching all the way into Hayle. Never crowded, the beach is excellent for bathing and surfing, while younger children can enjoy paddling in the rock pools.
Tel: 01326 290040 Website: http://www.namparracampsite.co.uk
Just a short walk away is kennack sands, which has the blue flag award for cleanliness. It is made up of two coves with the far one allowing dogs all year. The beach is a safe and at low tide, there’s a good beach café here, serving hearty breakfasts and snacks all day, try some of the coffees they’re delicious.
Poltesco is also nearby and well worth a look at, reached via the beautiful Poltesco valley with its old mill. It’s a pebble beach, with the remains of a serpentine works on it. Just one and a half miles away lies the picture postcard fishing village of Cadgwith, which has a wonderful traditional Cornish pub, complete with Friday night singing – a must for any visitor