Spent three great nights at this site, soon after it reopened this Spring. (2019)
The pitches (all grass) have recovered well after a rest over the winter, and the facilities block has undergone a “refresh”, leaving it well up to the standards at other C&MC sites. A credit to the club local managers , having acted on previous reviewers observations.
The site itself is in a great location and is easily accessed off the nearby A30 (just remember to follow the Club Directions).
As mentioned, the biggest attraction this site has is its location, a short walk from the three-mile (5 km) unbroken sandy beaches of the eastern coast of St. Ives Bay. There are also substantial sand dunes known as The Towans which stretch from Porth Kidney Sands in the west all the way to Godrevy Head. This stretch of beach is popular for surfing, particularly in the Gwithian area.
A fantastic place for a short break in the off season, and also for family seaside holidays in the summer.
(Just one caution for families with small (or not so small) children. The walk to the beaches requires crossing a road on a “blind” bend. Not a problem if you keep you’re eyes and ears open, but you might want to keep hold of youngsters who aren’t quite so traffic aware as you cross safely.... Don’t let this put you off, Godrevy is brilliant place for family holidays, especially if you like the outdoor beach life!)