Cornwall’s best and coolest campsites in 2022 according to rave reviews from Google
Whether you are looking for an independent farming site with just a few tent pitches or a popular family resort overlooking the sea, you can be assured there will be a campsite in Cornwall to suit your needs.
So get your tent pegs ready and choose from our selection of the best places to stay in the county.
We’ve selected some of the best places in Cornwall for campers chosen by genuine visitors. These are the top rated campsites in Cornwall based on rave reviews from Google and what people have to say about them.
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Sea Acres Holiday Park, the Lizard
Sea Acres is a peaceful and quiet resort town in Parkdean, so if you’re looking for the opportunity to relax, this is a fantastic choice.
With a stunning cliff-top location and even its own wilderness meadow trail, it’s a great place to spend time outdoors.
The nearby Kennack Sands beach is a favorite with surfers and is a short walk from the park entrance.
People say it’s a nice, clean campsite with lots of entertainment.
Site of Tregurrian Camping and Caravanning Club, Newquay
Tregurrian is ideal for watersports and those looking for a seaside holiday and visitors say the pitches are ideally spaced out.
At Tregurrian Club campsite you’ll also be spoiled for choice of beaches to visit with fourteen to choose from, and just a short distance from Newquay.
It’s a perfect place to explore the coastal path and the Atlantic swell here also makes it attractive for water sports enthusiasts with numerous annual surfing events.
People say the facilities are spotless and well maintained and the staff are lovely.
Gwel-an-Nans is a rural site in a secluded location to the south-west of Bodmin, just off the idyllic Bodmin Moor. The family-friendly site is less than five minutes from amazing cycle routes through Cardinham Woods, and is conveniently located near some of Cornwall’s world famous attractions such as The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Eden Project.
It’s the perfect location for exploring some of central Cornwall’s inland areas, but also – you’re never far from the coast.
People say the site is amazing and you will be very well looked after.
Canna Farm Campsite, St Austell
Canna Farm campsite is another relaxed environment in the heart of Bugle, on the outskirts of St Austell.
The site is small with only two lots available for camping, but you will have a friendly experience.
The fields are separated by rustic and traditional walls and hedges with pitches cut in the long grass to give more privacy and keep the areas well spaced. Individuals, couples, families and dogs are welcome.
People say it’s quiet, eco-friendly and very welcoming.
Tregarton Park, St Austell
A tourist and camping park near Mevagissey in Cornwall, the 12-acre family camping park is again close to several beaches and only a short drive from St Austell.
It only accepts families and couples, providing the perfect holiday park to relax, explore and camp in Cornwall. It has been owned by the Hicks family for over 25 years and they promise that every effort will be made to make your stays happy and memorable.
People say it’s a fabulous site in a beautiful location with lots to do.
Camping Wheal Vreagh Farm, Breage
Wheal Vreagh Farm Campsite is a family friendly site for touring vans, camping and glamping cabins set in idyllic countryside in a triangle between Penzance, Hayle and the historic market town of Helston.
The beautiful sandy beach of Praa Sands and the charming harbor village of Porthleven are not far away, offering everyday needs and a fantastic selection of things to do and places to listen.
People say the pitches are great and it’s a great base to explore.
Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park, Botallack
Trevaylor is a family-friendly holiday park in West Cornwall that accommodates caravans, campervans, tents and has two bell tents available for hire. There are also six luxury detached holiday caravans and a detached cottage for those of you who prefer an alternative to camping.
The site is located just 500m from the Coastal Path and some of Cornwall’s most spectacular coastline, just 8km from Land’s End and 5km from the famous surfing beach of Sennen Cove.
It’s also right in the middle of the Poldark area of Cornwall with the iconic Crowns Engine houses on the edge of the nearby cliffs.
People say the location is great and the hosts are lovely and accommodating.
The little wild campsite, Porthleven
Little Wild Campsite is situated high on Tregonning Hill, a World Heritage Site, and offers stunning views of Mounts Bay and the surrounding area.
The sea is only three kilometers away and there are long open beaches and small hidden coves nearby. Porthleven is also only four miles from the campsite and has many excellent restaurants, cafes and pubs to browse.
There is no electricity on site, so phones will need to be charged in cars, making it the perfect place for anyone wanting to be off the grid for a while.
People say it’s near the beaches and there’s plenty of space for dogs and kids to roam.
Camping Treveague, St Austell
Treveague Farm Campsite is an idyllic campsite located in Gorran Haven, in the heart of Cornwall’s Roseland Heritage Coast. With spectacular sea views and a 30 minute walk to several beaches, this is the perfect holiday for those looking to take a break and breathe in the sea air.
This is a traditional all grass campsite accommodating tents, campervans, caravans and smaller motorhomes with decent average pitches of 95 square meters meaning you have a huge amount of space to spread out.
People say the location is fantastic with lots of great amenities.
Summer Valley Tourist Park, Truro
Running Summer Valley is a family affair with Louise, Chris and their four children welcoming visitors to peaceful and beautiful grounds with excellent access to Cornwall’s many attractions.
At Summer Valley, it’s all about quality and cleanliness. The team says the facilities are of the highest quality possible and cleaned regularly throughout the day. There are spacious toilets, showers and sinks – and all hot water is provided free of charge).
Whether it’s walking, cycling, beaches, National Trust properties, sports, music, history, wildlife, family fun or fine dining, it’s all close at hand. of the summer valley.
People say it’s nice and clean and the owners are friendly and informative.
Trewan Hall, St.Columb
Situated between Newquay and Padstow is Trewan Hall, a unique campsite from which to explore and enjoy the best that Cornwall has to offer.
For over 50 years, the Hill family has proudly welcomed campers to the award-winning site which spans 36 acres of woodland and centers around the magnificent 17th century mansion.
With a 25m heated swimming pool and extensive facilities, Trewan Hall has been a family favorite for generations of campers.
People say it’s spacious, welcoming and ideal for dogs.
Treloy Tourist Park, Newquay
Treloy Touring Park caters exclusively to families and couples looking for a camping holiday, with their own caravan, motorhome or tent.
In a sheltered location, just a few miles from Newquay, it’s another great base for exploring the stunning beaches and coastal paths the North Coast has to offer.
People say the pitches are great and the site is well maintained.
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