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Siblyback Lake Campsite


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  • With kayaking, canoeing, high ropes, trout fishing, cycling and more
  • Short drive to Liskeard and to the smugglers' site of Jamaica Inn
  • Free hot showers, toilets, play area and on-site café

Bordered by the tors and moors of Bodmin, this roomy lakeside campsite at Siblyback Lake Country Park has a good range of water and land-based activities for all ages and abilities.

Visitors can hire out sailboards, rowing boats, kayaks and sailing dinghies (or bring their own), and there are friendly instructors on site for tuition, if needed. The site also has windsurfing kit and sailing dinghies for hire for the experienced, and you can also launch your own craft at a small cost (please note you'll need insurance).

For two-wheelers, a pretty three-mile cycle path snakes around the lake to make the best of the spectacular views, and is also fully accessible to wheelchair users. There's also a high ropes course for kids (open at set session times), along with two play areas for toddlers and older children.

The peaceful lake by Siblyback Lake Campsite offers excellent walking and birdwatching, and is renowned among fly fisherfolk thanks to its teeming trout. It’s a Trout Master fishery, which means that if you catch a whopper it’ll be entered into the eponymous nationwide competition; see if you can beat Siblyback’s current record of a 10lb 8oz rainbow trout. Even if you don’t net the big one, you should still manage a decent catch: recent years have seen rod averages of three fish per angler. Fishing permits (available on site; fly fishing only) are required for everyone over 12 years of age.

Also on site is a lakeside café serving snacks, light meals and the understandably ubiquitous Cornish cream tea.

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Terms and conditions

Please read the park terms and conditions below and the terms and conditions.

Dogs must be kept on leads and supervised at all times.

Facilities/activities including wakebording, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and SUP tuition, sailing and windsurfing kit hire, kayak hire are subject to extra charges payable on arrival.

Engines/motors/jet skis (on lake) are not permitted.
Quiet hours must be respected between 11pm and 7am.
The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.

Reception is open from 9am to 5pm between 01/07 and 13/09.

Barbecues are permitted but must be raised off the ground and attended by an adult at all times.
Open fires are prohibited.

No vehicle movement between 11pm and 7am.

Additional terms

Boat masts must not be erected within the campsite, due to overhead electric cables.

Please wait 48hrs before disposing of barbecues to ensure no fire hazard.

After 11pm cars must be parked in the main car park.

Sailing boats, rowing boats, kayaks/canoes or windsurf boards only (on lake).