Looe Club Campsite

St Martin, Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1PB

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

With its tennis court, crazy golf and ball game area, there's more than enough to keep the family happy at the Looe Club Campsite. Two pitching areas divided by conifers and flowering cherries, plus distant views of Looe Bay give the park its attractive appeal.

The nearby town of Looe boasts many fine restaurants such as The Coddy Shack, a local fish and chip shop and other places of interest - watch the catch come ashore at the working fishing harbour, take the children crabbing in the Hannafore Rock Pools or take in the marvellous view of Looe Island. The town also hosts an annual music festival, held just a few minutes away from the site. For the walkers in the family, Looe Club Campsite provides easy access to the beautiful Cornwall Coastal Path, which runs right around the peninsula and across the border into Devon. The sheltered cove of Millendreath offers rock pools to explore and is a short walk from the site. Nearby, the largest indoor rainforest in the world, the Eden Project, is a fabulous day out for all ages. From water fun to scenic views, the caravan site has options to keep the whole family happy.

Please Note: Crazy Golf and Tennis is available on site but your own racquets and golf clubs will need to be used.

Did you know members who currently store their vehicle at Looe Club Campsite between 12 April - 1 November 2021 can take advantage of our brand new Store & Tow Service? Find out more.

Things to do on site ...

  • Minigolf
  • Play area
  • Playground
  • Tennis

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Swimming pool
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: good
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Bronze

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Walking notes:

The Cornwall Coastal Path runs right around the peninsula going west, and across the border into Devon travelling east.

Check out the huge range of free pre-mapped walks and hikes near our campsites at Outdooractive's website. You can download the free Outdooractive app and member's can save €10 on an Outdooractive Pro or Pro+ annual subscription.

Supermarket notes:

There is a small Co-Op in Looe, 2 miles away - parking is limited but you can get a bus to Looe from the site. The closest supermarket is Morrisons in Liskeard, about 7 miles away, which is motorhome accessible.

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Directions

Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing: Turn left off A38 (Plymouth - Liskeard) at the large roundabout at Trerulefoot onto the A374 (signposted Looe, Torpoint). In about 1 mile turn right onto A387 (signposted Looe). In 3.5 miles in Widegates (about 1 mile past Hessenford) continue onto the B3253 (signposted Looe). Do not fork right on the A387. The site is on the left in about 2 miles at the top of the hill (0.5 mile past Tregoad camp site).

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
PL13 1PB
GPS:
Lat 50.37632 / Lon -4.440805
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OS field ref:
SX265556
OS map ref:
201
Handbook map ref:
D2

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Looe and Plymouth
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Plymouth (22 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Looe
  • Train station within 5 miles

Activities

SWIMMING POOL.  

A lifeguard will be on duty when the pool is in operation. The pool normally will be open from 10:00 - 18:00. Please check with the wardens on site for exact operating time when you arrive on site. It may be necessary to run timed session at busy periods.

Children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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Looe Club Campsite
What a lovely site wardens very friendly and always cheerful. Facilities were immaculate. Very peaceful when we were there only noise was bird song but expect that will change in peak season. Great bus service to get around the area. This was our 2nd visit and definitely won’t be the last.

Thommo3638

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Reviewed on 05/05/2022 18:22

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Lovely October Stay with family

Looe Club Campsite
Visiting this site at the end of the season was just so blissful, we were 1 of 15 campers on site (obviously only 2 VW the rest were Moho). Therefore, the site was only using the bottom section of hard standing. It was peaceful and quiet, the only noise was the rain, wind and seagulls. We had pitch 157 with a large green area to the left of the van. All the pitches were well spaced out with loads of room. The hard standing didn’t required hard standing pegs which was an added bonus (although we did have them). Phone and 4/3G signal was good, we managed to watch Netflix and movies on our devices most evenings, as it was raining! The boys enjoyed the ball game area, crazy golf and the park - big kids! The on site swimming pool was not in operation but that didn’t matter, it’s an added bonus for our May ‘22 trip. We took golf clubs with us and you can take tennis bats too to enjoy tennis. The wardens were friendly, site was really well kept, even with it being the end of the season, toilets and facility areas were really clean and tidy. There were no faults on this site. We enjoyed to nearby Coddy Shack, a local fish and chip takeaway and restaurant which was really lovely and reasonably priced, all cooked to order. The fish comes in directly from the harbour. We took a trip to the nearby sheltered cove Millendreath down a narrow road, very lovely little cove. We also ventured to Talland Bay which we enjoyed more although road was also narrow and steep in places. East Looe Beach is a lovely place to walk around the Harbour and enjoy the lovely little town. Lots of places to visit around the site within a short drive or on the bus, outside the site.

mctravels

Campervanner from Hampshire

Reviewed on 30/10/2021 21:46

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Visited this site on 25th-27th October 2021. We love this site and have visited many times. The staff are always incredibly friendly and helpful. The facilities are always really clean and well maintained and the cleanliness of the site generally is impeccable. We love it here. Just can't believe how quiet it was for half term, there can't have been more than a dozen outfits on site. Great for us though.

SomersetDoug

Reviewed on 28/10/2021 20:41

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Excellent late summer break

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We visited in late September, and found the site still nearly full, but considering the pitches didn’t look too bad, the grass around the hard standing pitch we where on was absolutely fine, by chance we struck lucky with the sun on the pitch morning and evening so where more than happy. The wardens where friendly and informative about the site and area and the facilities although we don’t use these that often preferring our own, where of a good standard. If you are into dogs the site will be for you, not our cup of tea but I can’t hold the site responsible for the occasional bursts of frenzied barking. As we visited during school term the site was quiet, however it’s location and proximity to Looe was excellent, as was the fish and chips just a couple of minutes down the road.

Shinymoose

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Reviewed on 28/09/2021 19:40

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Very enjoyable stay

Looe Club Campsite
Booked in easily: there was a queue but all dealt with quickly. Chose hardstanding (143) overlooking one of the toilet blocks. Good sized pitch though chocks were required. Facilities were very clean and if you choose your time carefully, not busy - though the site was pretty much full. Staff were friendly and helpful. A neighbour arriving just before we left had dogs which did yap a bit but not so much that it disturbed us. We witnessed one incident of dog fouling where the pizza van is - disgusting. But overall, I did not experience any problem with dogs. There is a wood fired pizza van twice a week and an ice cream van. The pizzas were fantastic. There is a bus stop directly outside the entrance to the site which goes into Looe but we walked - it's steep but doable in half an hour. The bus from Looe into Polperro 'blobbed' so we shared a taxi with other passengers. From there we took the coastal walk back to Looe and campsite - a lot of walking but really beautiful, lots of beaches and scenic coastline. We also got the train from Looe into Plymouth. The journey was about an hour costing about £6.50ea return. Had a nice day wandering round the Hoe/Quayside. Also visited "32 New Street" - preserved Elizabethan house with stories to tell. Overall, very enjoyable stay on a nice campsite, the weather was glorious, the location was convenient. Would visit again definitely.

DG60

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Reviewed on 27/09/2021 19:28

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Telephone:
01503 264006

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Before you travel

Ahead of your arrival onsite, please check our Before you travel webpage (camc.com/beforeyoutravel) for key information about roadworks or diversions and any site works that may be underway.

With our campsites busier than ever right now, we'd really appreciate your support with a few things to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable stay. Please be mindful of site arrival times (as they do vary), keep children and pets close by and within sight, and ensure you keep your speed below 5mph. Thank you!

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