Unlike most camping in Cornwall, there are no marked pitches and we limit the number of people on site so that there is plenty of room for everybody to stretch out. We also sell home produced lamb burgers and sausages from reception, as well as bags of wood so that you may experience the ultimate in cool camping – a campfire! For all your other needs, there is an excellent village shop in walking distance. We also have an on-site café, serving breakfast and evening food during the busy summer period, where you can also find WiFi.
- Smart pine-clad toilet block – with hot and cold water to all sinks
- Veranda-fronted shower block which delivers solar heated rainwater into cubicles lined with sheets of recycled plastic bottles and yoghurt pots – free of charge and each the four showers is located in its own family-sized room
- Laundry with washing machine, tumble dryer (both coin operated), fridge, freezer (for your ice packs)
- Secure lockers with plugs for recharging your mobile phones & a hairdryer
- Four washing up sinks – all with hot water
- A kiddies play area with swings, a climbing frame and a goal
- Sheltered sandy play area with table tennis, badminton and buckets and spades
- Outdoor gym equipment including cross trainer and arm press
- On-site café
Please note: We are happy to accept Campervans and smaller Motorhomes – however we do not have any electric hook-ups or a chemical toilet disposal point.
What our recent campers had to say:
“This is one of my favourite campsites. Pitch anywhere, walk straight onto the moor, amazing showers and funky toilets. The whole site has been so well thought out and I really appreciate the eco credentials of the facilities. I also really appreciate that they charge per person – much fairer for a solo traveller like myself. If only all campsites were like this one. I can’t wait to come back.” – Tracy J.
Please click on some of the links below to read more reviews of South Penquite Farm:
The Telegraph – UK campsites with fires
A little Slice of Life – visitors blog
Crafts on Sea Blog
The Guardian – Readers’ recommended campsites
Yellowfields – The Adventures of a Family that Camps
Daily Telegraph – Four of the best
The Guardian – 10 of the best campsites in Cornwall
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