Things To do In St Agnes

When on your camping holiday you might like to venture off the peaceful park for a bit of adventure and excitement. We have put together a little guide of a few things you to do in St Agnes and nearby to Bluehills.

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(23 mins) The adventure of your holiday camping in North Cornwall starts here! Enjoy a guided stand-up paddleboard tour along river and costal locations. Cornwall is a great place to Stand Up Paddleboard as there are so many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore.

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Mount Hawke Skate Park

(14 mins)

Is skating your thing? Mount Hawke Skate Park is the biggest indoor skatepark in the South West. Suitable for all abilities.

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Surfing

Surfing

Cornwall is known for having great surf. Whether you’re an experienced surfer these waves are perfect for you, or if you are a beginner why not head to a nearby surf school and take a lesson!

Healey's Cyder Farm

(10 mins) Visit Healey's Cyder Farm. Take a free guided tasting tour around the farm, learn the history of the cyder and see how it is made and produced. Home to Cornwall's favourite Cornish Cloudy Cyder. Take the kids to the farmyard Cornish Black Pigs, Shire Horses, Donkeys & Pygmy Goats! Finish off the trip with a Cornish Cream Tea.

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Walking

Walking

Bluehills Touring Park is just minutes away from the South West coast path which is an Area Of Outstanding Natural beauty. This is a dream for walkers. There are plenty of free walking guides that you can download or purchase a walking map.

Base Camp

Has the weather taken a turn for the worse on your camping trip. Don’t worry there is indoor fun for all ages at Base Camp in Gwel An Mor. One of the biggest soft play areas, clip n climb climbing walls and cafe for the grown ups.

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Places To Visit

Places To Visit

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On Site Facilities

On Site Facilities

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See what our guests have to say...

Stayed in July 2021. Fantastic site. Met by Ginny on arrival at gate, shown where to go and where everything was. Lovely compact site that feels open and spacious. We were on pitch 3. A grass/grid hard standing pitch with grass to the side. Brilliant flat pitch. Martin and Ginny are great, helpful and on hand. Gave us some fantastic tips for walks, beaches, and amazing sunsets. Walk down to Trevellas Porth turn right out of gate down the hill about 15 mins down 30 back. Amazing coastal paths to St Agnes and Perranporth with beautiful views. Amazing sunset into the sea. We walked to cliffs on Perranporth airfield and sat on a WW2 bunker and watched the sunset. Lovely site, spotless toilets, and showers. Very dog friendly and kid friendly. Will be back. Alvon

— Alvon May from Hermitage

My wife, dogs and I have just returned from a 7 day stay at this site. The site is in a fantastic position for touring the local villages/beaches. There is a small dog friendly beach about a ten-minute walk from the site and an onsite dog walk/field. My dogs had a great time. as did us adults. The site is well maintained and has a friendly atmosphere with helpful, knowledgeable owners. I would certainly recommend the site to anyone wanting a clean, good value place to holiday with their family and or dogs.

— Steve and Anji Keegan

Thank you for making our stay so easy and enjoyable. We've both camped a lot but never had such a friendly welcome! The shower blocks and washing up station were kept spotless. The fridge, microwave, kettle, and toaster were helpful, and it was good to be able to recycle all waste. We were able to walk and cycle to St Agnes and local beaches, which were stunning. It's a family and dog friendly site, although we had neither, we had a brilliant time and would definitely return again.

— Lizzie and Danny from Belper

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