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Campgrounds and RV Parks in Cornwall

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Campsites in Cornwall: The Best Parks in the South West

Keen on Kernow? Then sort yourself with a stay at one of our holiday parks or campsites in Cornwall for a cracker of a hol. This county tucked into the south-western corner of England has some of the buffest beaches in the nation – and a selection of spots in the hinterland that are rather easy on the eye too… 

And who wants to sleep indoors when spending time out under the stars is an option? As many of these parks are home to pitches and rental digs in scenic spots overlooking mystical moors, cracking coastal heritage areas and fine farmland, a stay at a Cornwall campsite, glampsite or holiday park makes a fine place to settle down in the open air for a memory-making trip.

With all this in mind, these are the sort of sites to set your heart on for your next hol – plus we’ve thrown in some top travel tips for good measure.

Campsites in Cornwall: from family-friendly digs to upscale bases

Contemplating Cornwall for your next getaway? It’s a worthy choice. Not only does this county have spectacular scenery and breezy vibes, it’s also home to thousands of top-notch campsites and holiday parks. In fact, it’s got the largest number of outdoorsy places to stay compared to anywhere else in Britain. Have a look at this selection and whittle it down to your fave: perhaps a pitch in a nature reserve, a fishing-friendly site with trout to troll for or a secluded spot on a working farm?

Plenty of parks are aimed at families too, so whether your clan’s tastes are more laidback or luxurious, your next trip is just a couple of clicks away. Look for a pick-your-own-pitch site with reams of room outdoors for small sorts to run amok, or sort yourself a space at a facility-filled campsite in Cornwall with indoor swimming pool and kids’ club to keep everyone entertained.

And when we say everyone, we’re also including four-legged furballs in that number. Filter for dog-friendly sites in Cornwall to bring the pup along on a break; many places have amenities like pet showers and multi-acre canine-exercising fields too.

After something a touch more niche? Rent a tent in Cornwall and move into a swanky tipi, yurt or dome all set up ahead of your arrival – a very appealing option for those on a quickie getaway who don’t want to spend any of their time off battling with poles and rain flys. 

Facilities to focus on when browsing campsites in Cornwall

Choosing the campsite in Cornwall that’s right for you depends on whether you want to go full-on fancy or back to basics. There are Cornish sites with nothing but washrooms and wicked views, and there are also those with extensive facilities ranging from gyms and restaurants to miniature golf courses and playgrounds.

Campsites and holiday parks in Cornwall with clubhouses are top picks for sociable sorts who want to hobnob with other holidaymakers while on their break, and some parks put on lively entertainment in their bars and restaurants during high season.

Need to stay connected with the outside world? The 4G network isn’t always the most tippity-top down in the more rural parts of Cornwall, so plump for a park with free wifi to keep hooked up. Preferably one with a café serving decadent cream teas to demolish while browsing the web…

Which part of Cornwall should you camp in?

As Cornwall’s a peninsula with ancient moorland and too many beaches to visit in a single trip, it’s worth returning again and again for explores. But if you’re coming for the first time? Look to tourist faves like Bude in the north for wide stretches of coastline that are easy to access or set off to St Ives for white-sand stretches to stroll around with an artisan gelato in hand.

If you’re the adventurous sort, book a space for yourself at a park on the Cornish Riviera, (as the southern part of the peninsula is often known), for access to the surf schools at Sennen; Fowey on the Polperro Heritage Coast, meanwhile, is a fantastic choice for adrenaline-spiking activities ranging from powerboating to windsurfing.

And if you fancy a chilled afternoon out on the water? There’s always paddleboarding to be had around protected coves.

Wherever you park up at a holiday park or campsite in Cornwall, you won’t be far from fab scenery, fab facilities and even fabber staff. Just don’t ever tell anyone you prefer Devon…

Attractions to aim for when staying at a campsite in Cornwall

From Fowey to Falmouth, the harbour settlements strewn across the Cornish coast are dreamy – visit to mosey around maze-like streets past cute cottages and pastel townhouses.

The north coast has sky-high cliffs and seaside towns like Newquay, known for its busy nightlife as well as its family-friendly attractions; the Blue Reef Aquarium and the zoo are particularly popular with small travellers.

For a serene stretch of coast, stay near Porthcurno and have days out on the fab beach with its shoreline sheltered by a couple of cliffs. Nights are best spent in the open-air cliffside Minack Theatre with sublime views of the coast.

Fan of flora? The Lost Gardens of Heligan, a series of outdoor spaces dating back to the 19th century, has plenty of horticulture to hotfoot around. Head to Helston for lopes along the Lizard Peninsula, one of wildest parts of Cornwall (and home to the glorious Kynance cove), or go inland to Truro and take in the twin towers of the cathedral in the county’s capital.

If you’re wondering where to wander next, have a look at our campsites in Devon for inspiration.