Situated on a tranquil farm just outside of Falmouth, Penwarne Farm Touring and Camping Site features spectacular panoramic views overlooking Falmouth Bay and Pendennis Castle from its elevated position. The park is situated between Helford River and Falmouth. You will find plenty of things to do in the area no matter what your interests are.
Penwarne Farm Touring and Camping Site offers 35 spacious pitches with electric hook-ups. Facilities include easy to reach showers and toilets. New this year is the café which serves good quality, delicious food including all day breakfast, lunch time specials, homemade cakes and scones. Also served is a good variety of drinks and beverages, light lunches, afternoon cream teas and ice cream.
Penwarne Farm Touring and Camping Site is perfect for those that want to enjoy the Cornish Coast and Country but still want to have access to a variety of activities.
Penwarne's prices are fixed for the entire year.
It costs £10.00 per night to pitch a 1 or 2-man tent on the site. Larger tents cost £15.00 per night.
Motorhomes or touring caravans costs £15.00 - £17.50 per night with electric hook-up at £2.50 per night.
The site takes bookings all year round.
OUT AND ABOUT:
Beautiful Beaches: Our coastline is bursting with the most beautiful beaches. As well as beaches in Falmouth, here's a few to look out for: Sennen Cove, Kynance Cove, Porthcurno, Gwithian, Porthtowan, the list goes on...
Country Walks: There are beautiful walks through the Cornish countryside and round the glorious coast. Visit the likes of Ponsanooth and gardens such as Trebah and Glendurgan, all near Falmouth.
Family Fun: Crealy Adventure Park, Dobwalls, Flambards Theme Park, Bodmin Steam Railway, Newquay Zoo, the Seal Sanctuary, Maritime Museum in Falmouth.
The Eden Project: Eden is a living theatre of plants and people. The huge rainforest, the biggest greenhouses in the world, and art and architecture inspired by the natural world.
Inspired Arts and Crafts: Cornwall has long been an inspiration for artists. St Ives is home to the Tate Cornwall and also boasts waterfront galleries and the former home of Barbara Hepworth.
Nightlife and Food: In the mood for a romantic meal, a family meal, or even to party, there is an abundance of fantastic restaurants and nightlife in every town in Cornwall.
Visit the Penwarne Farm website for further information
Penwarne Farm Campsite