Camelford Caravan Club Site

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A Very Neat Site

The two wardens on this site never stopped working, were extremely helpful and worked their socks off!  Really can't understand a previous negative reviewer.  We didn't hear traffic noise, and the rather old toilet block was spotless, even the tile grouting looked like it had just been done no sign of any problems there.  (Note for the Caravan Club - Whilst we were there it was rather wet so more hardstandings would be useful as there are so many motorhomes now that can damage the grass.)
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Great One Night Stay

We unfortunately were only able to stay one night of the three we had booked. Warden was extremely helpful in letting us only pay for that one night. Very friendly and accommodating of us and our disabled son!! Nice clean, tidy site with spotless facilities.
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Had Better

Despite what I have read in other reviews, we did not find the wardens particularly helpful or friendly.  The road nearby was quite noisy and the toilet block could do with a freshen up. Not a bad location for touring the nearby area.
Motorhomer

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Spot on

We were supposed to arrive Friday night but due to wipers on the camper breaking we never made it till sat morning. I offered to pay for the Friday night as we booked it but they wouldn't hear of it. Lovely people. It is a little bit out of the way but not an issue. We use again. 
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A bit too far.

Stayed for a week, staff are lovely, very helpful and nothing too much trouble. Site is kept lovely, toilets and showers are good and spotlessly clean.  We found the site a bit too far from anywhere but if you don't mind that then it's perfect. 

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summer holiday at camelford

stayed on this site for 2wks,with 2 teenage Grandchildren and 2 dogs. Grandchildren very disappointed no Wi Fi, dogs disappointed with dog walk, just a fenced off grass verge, We felt toilets need upgrading and traffic noise from b3266 was excessive, could do with more hardstanding

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Great location

A small quiet site. Perfect for exploring north Cornwall sites and the surfing beaches. The wardens were very good and the site was clean. The showers/toilets were very clean but compared to other sites we have visited, this year, they could do with an update. There is a bus stop near the site but Cornish buses are a bit irregular (time wise!). There was parking for motor homes at Bude, Boscastle, Padstow, Tintagel etc (if you can brave some small roads). Lots of nice walks also within reach. There was a nice golf course 500m from the site with twilight golf (4p.m.) for £20/round. Camelford had a small supermarket and a lovely fish and chip shop (ignore the queue everyone has ordered already; just go in and order). The site does have some grass areas for children and a very small dog walking area. There is no wifi but most cafes and pubs in all of the resorts have free wifi, where you can logon and get your email etc.
Motorhomer from Devon

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Well placed in Cornwall

Great location in Cornwall for visiting most of the beaches and tourist attractions, all but the furthest away are within an hours drive. Site is very well maintained and all the staff are very friendly and helpful. The toilet blocks are adequate, but could do with an upgrade as they are looking quite tired, however they were always very clean. Disappointed there was no Wi-Fi, it is 2016 after all, and most of us use this to book ahead, plan trips and book tickets.
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Loved Your Site

Originally booked in for 5 nights, 2 hours after arriving decided to extend stay to 8 nights. Site is perfectly positioned to explore Cornwall and north  Devon. The welcome was second to none, the site is exceptionally well looked after by the wardens. The toilet block is a little tired hence the 4 out of 5 for 'facilities & cleanliness' however the facilities are kept spotlessly clean. A beautiful site and a credit to the wardens.

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