Maker Camping Cornwall
‘Cornish Wild Camping at its best’ – ‘Showers, loos….and amazing views’
Come and enjoy some natural ‘wild’ motorhome, caravan, camping or yurt hire at Maker this year. We have plenty of space to spread out, relax and unwind. We have stunning panoramic views and nature all around us where deer, owls and skylarks are often sighted.
We are a short walk from the beaches, cafes, shops and pubs in Kingsand, Cawsand and only a few minutes drive from Whitsand Bay. We have hot showers and toilets.
Maker Camping also features The Random Arms (open weekends and open mic. every other Tuesday) and The Energy Room where each month they host live music ( see website for dates).
We will have limited solar power hook ups this year, so please make enquiry when booking,
• Hot Showers
• Flushing toilets
• Basic compost toilets
• Dish wash area
• Camp fires permitted in designated fire pits or in off ground braziers (some available to use)
• Full recycling facilities
• Bar and Live Music venue
CAMPING: Adults from: £7 per night, £3 per Child
YURTS FOR HIRE
Yurt sleeps upto 4 (BOOKING ESSENTIAL)
£60 per night off season
£70 per night July and August.
Own bedding required. Advice on managing yurt provided on site. If you’ve never had some ‘Yurt Time’ now’s your chance – it’s great :))
We are a short walk from the Villages of Kingsand and Cawsand where there are beaches, shops, pubs and cafes + cash machine.
Millbrook is just down the hill with supermarkets, shops, fish and chips, cafe, newsagents and hardware + cash machine.
Plymouth is just a ferry ride away from Cawsand or Cremyl. Visit the historic Barbican, Plymouth Hoe, Aquarium and shopping centre.
HOW TO FIND US:
Route 1. Cross the River Tamar via the Torpoint car Ferry to Torpoint. Follow the A374 to Antony Village then turn left onto the B3247 and follow the brown signs for Mt.Edgecumbe.
Route 2. Cross the River Tamar via the Tamar Bridge to Saltash. Follow the A38 towards Liskeard until you get to Trerulefoot roundabout. Take the 1st exit and follow the brown signs for Mt.Edgecumbe.
Route 3 (from Cornwall). Follow the A38 towards Liskeard, then carry on towards Plymouth until you reach Trerulefoot roundabout. Take the 2nd exit and follow the brown signs for Mt.Edgecumbe.