A Camper’s Guide To Cornwall
Cornwall is a must see, must do outdoor haven to put on your bucket list. A peninsula in the south-western most part of England, its golden beaches, serpentine green and red cliffs and vast ruins all serve as heaven on earth. The sunniest spot in England, it is paradise for those in the United Kingdom who are used to milder, rainy weather. Its castles, manor houses, mines, and ruins are all worth exploring.
Perran Springs Holiday Park is the perfect base as quite simply, it’s the best campsite in Cornwall Its many fishing lakes and variety of fish make it the perfect fishing holiday, and it’s fantastic wildlife, amenities and landscape make it a sheltered haven of wonder. With camping pitches, touring pitches, motor home units, holiday homes, euro tents and even glamping pods available, it suits just about any type of camper out there. Perran Springs Holiday Park, Cornwallis based on twenty-one acres of countryside valley, and two miles away you’ll find Perranporth Beach.
The site is an explorer’s dream and an outdoor lover’s imagined perfection, with a grassy nature trail located amongst meadowland, marshland, open water, wooded area and hedgerows. You won’t just befriend the fantastic owners and other like-minded lodgers, but also the various animals you’ll come across, such as badgers, foxes, bats, kingfishers, owls, and jay. For bug and flora lovers, the butterfly, bug and bee garden sees a variety of beautiful flora develop throughout the seasons.
There are feeding stations, ladybird and lace wig houses, a beehive and if you have kids travelling with you, a Play Area and Fox Recreation Meadow will simply complete their stay You’ll also find everything you need during your stay that makes life that little bit easier, including a laundrette, baby changing room, chemical toilet disposal point and outdoor wetsuit washing area. The holiday park shop stocks all daily essentials as well as all your camping and fishing requirements. The shower is centrally heated, a beautiful start or finish to your day, and is so clean and luxurious you’d swear you were staying at a five-star hotel!
Make sure to check out the nearby Perranporth Beach, where you can stroll for endless horus on the most beautiful golden sand or you can surf on the whitest of crests. There are lifeguards operating during the summer months and there are bathing and surfing clearly marked. Perranporth’s street is a fantastic spot for purchasing souvenirs or simply checking out its variety of restaurants, cafes, and pubs. Pick up a Cornish pasty, wash it down with some golden Cornish ale then make your way to the local Golf Club, located at the summit of the town’s sand dunes. Here, you’ll get the most beautiful view of the town and the coastline. The village Goonhavern, on which the camp site is located, also holds spectacular views and is home to some fantastic beer gardens worth checking out.