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A Guide To Campsites In Cornwall

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Cornwall is one of Britain’s favourite holiday destinations. Stunning scenery, a laid back attitude and a sense almost of being on holiday in a completely different country have made the British love affair with the land the locals call “Kernow” one as passionate as it is long lasting. Campsites in Cornwall abound and offer the touring holiday a wealth of different options. 

From farmer’s fields to full on activity centres, the touring caravan parks in Cornwall have something for every taste. Families, young couples who like a bit of social action and well behaved small groups should head for the larger campsites in Cornwall, where they can enjoy an excellent range of onsite facilities including laundrettes, bars, restaurants and amusement arcades. 

Enjoy the wild side of Cornwall from both angles: get yourself down to your touring caravan parks’ own entertainment venues, or head for the world famous resort of Newquay for a taste of real night time fun. Newquay boasts more clubs and bars than anywhere else on the South West’s coast and is a routine stop for stag and hen parties looking for some fun. 

If you want something more naturally wild, why not base yourself close to the Eden Project, or Bodmin Moor? Cornwall is a lot more than just beaches (though its award winning stretches of sand will take your breath away). Campsites in Cornwall offer you the chance to get out into some of the most unspoiled countryside in the United Kingdom. 

Don’t forget the local history either. According to most Kernowians (that would be the Cornish, to you and me), the touring caravan parks on the tip of the Lizard are close to the final resting place of King Arthur, who waits to rise again when his country needs him...

By David Rambloor

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