Campsites in Cornwall
Cornwall is the most south westerly county in England and famous for its stunning scenery, historic market towns, and picturesque riverside hamlets - making it ideal for anyone looking to visit by caravan, campervan or motorhome. There truly is something for everyone, and whether you’re in search of history or a family holiday to remember, you’ll be well-served by Cornwall.
Those looking to immerse themselves in nature will be hard-pressed to find an eco-system as rich and diverse as that found at the Eden Project. Boasting the largest rainforest in captivity, giant biomes will allow you to explore and learn about the plantlife native to these eco-zones, while zipwires and adventure activities will add a slice of excitement to your visit. Consider heading over to the Lost Gardens of Heligan for another adventure into natural splendour, where members enjoy a discount on entry.
If you have a keenness for history, head on over to Tintagel Castle, where you’ll be able to explore castle grounds set across Cornwall’s rugged north coast. Alternatively, discover Cornwall’s arts scene with a trip to the Minack Theatre, catching a show at the open-air theatre or taking a guided tour to learn about its interesting history.
Breathtaking beaches, towns and villages
Explore the county from one of our Cornwall campsites and you’ll be introduced to a great local cuisine, an intriguing history, and adrenaline-fuelled activities. Don’t forget to check out some of the historical towns and villages as you go, and get involved in Cornwall’s exciting traditions for the full experience. Head to the Lizard Peninsula and enjoy freshly caught seafood at the mainland’s most southerly point, where little fishing ports intermingle with sandy bays and jagged, wild coastline.
Cornwall has a rich heritage and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. As well as great beaches, surfing and quaint fishing villages and towns, the county offers plenty to explore, providing a different holiday experience every time you visit.