For camping in Cornwall UK, here we list details of top campsites and holiday parks in the county, including those in or near Newquay, Perranporth, St Mawes, Penzance, St Ives, Padstow, Falmouth, Bude and other popular destinations.
We also signpost great websites that have more information on the best campsites in Cornwall.
Monkey Tree Holiday Park
One of the best campsites in Cornwall offering a great choice of standard or luxury pitches for touring caravans and tents (glamping). You’ll be near the beach, which is just minutes away.
Cornwall has something for everyone, with surfing, golf, sailing, diving, walking, cycling, and much more.
With the beasutiful beaches of Perranporth and Newquay just minutes away from the Holiday Park, many lovely locations are very accessible from the Holiday Park and Campsite.
Tel: 01872 572032
National Trust Campsites in Cornwall
Find your perfect campsite in the gorgeous county of Cornwall today
In 2020, the National Trust celebrates its 125th anniversary. They continue with the ambition set out by their founders to care for nature, beauty and history. As well as listing local sites for camping in Cornwall, threir websites offers a reminder of what they are here for and how the values of their founders are still at the heart of everything they do.
Tel: 0344 800 1895
Tehidy Holiday Park
You can enjoy touring and camping in Cornwall at the award-winning Tehidy Holiday Park. They offer a wide range of pitches for tents, tourers, RV’s and motorhomes.
Get closer to nature and experience award winning camping in Cornwall at Tehidy Holiday Park.
Experience a holiday at their campsite near St Agnes and see why their park is consistently recognised as one of the best sites in the country.
Tel: 01209 216489
Visit Cornwall Camp Site List
This local trade organisation has over 100 camp sites in Cornwall listed on their website. Research, compare and book direct with the owners for great prices and a personal touch.
Visit Cornwall is a trade body responsible for growing Cornwall’s visitor economy through destination marketing, digital marketing and PR activities. They work to continually grow awareness of Cornwall to existing customers and new markets.
Visit Cornwall aims to ensure that the county remains Britain’s number one holiday destination and looks to increase the volume and value of visitors from overseas.
30 Boscawen Street
Tel: 01872 276 529
Heligan Caravan and Camping Park
Experience the great outdoors and get back to nature with this quiet and secluded campsite in Cornwall. You can enjoy the magical Heligan Garden and Mevagissey on it’s doorstep, which is also close to the Eden Project.
Ideally located amidst countryside and shoreline, on the spectacular south coast of Cornwall, Heligan Campsite is surrounded by an area that is exteremely rich in tourist attractions, nature and activities – many fun things to do whatever the weather.
From adventurous cycle trails, breath-taking South West Coast Path walks, beautiful beaches and world-class gardens, Heligan is a great base for staying in the county for things to do nearby.
Tel: +44 (0) 1726 842 714
Information on Cornwall
The county town is now Truro, which is also the only City. The main towns are Bodmin, Bude, Camborne, Falmouth, Hayle, Helston, Launceston, Liskeard, Newquay, Penzance, Redruth, St Austell, St Ives, Saltash and Wadebridge.
The Isles of Scilly are now also considered by many to be part of the county, which is divided into the districts of Caradon, Carrick, Kerrier, North Cornwall, Penwith and Restormel.
This page is for camping Cornwall wide, with details of top campsites from across the county.