Court Farm Caravan & Camping Park St. Austell, Cornwall, South West England, PL26 7LE (Location map)
1st April to 30th September
Our guests appreciate being situated in peaceful surroundings yet central to all the attractions that Cornwall has to offer, within easy daily travelling distances.
Court Farm is set in 30 acres of peaceful pasture land, with 4 acres designated for caravans and tents, to a limit of 20 sites.
The campsite itself has wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Pitches are well spaced, and there are 14 electric hook-ups available.
Great facilities on the site.
We also have a freshwater lake where one can fish for Grass carp, Golden Tench, Roach and Rudd. Fishing is free.
The water at Court Farm is Spring water (98.5% pure) as good as any bottled water you will ever taste!
So many things to see, so much to do!
Cornwall has an astonishing amount of things to see and do and Court Farm is ideally situated right in the middle of all these wonderful attractions.
We are 6 miles from the world-renowned Eden Project. All the world's climate captured under 3 amazing domes. Not to be missed!
The famous Lost Garedns of Heligan are 6 miles away - and there are at least a dozen other gardens or National Trust Houses to visit
Cornwall is full of hidden bays and beaches, Polkerris Beach is a perfect example of this (blink and you'd miss the turning!!) and its only 10 miles away
Shops, takeaway, pubs, a launderette, Post Office, churches, and a dispensing surgery are all available in the village of St. Stephen which is approx. 1 mile away.
There is a wide choice of pubs and restaurants providing good local food all within an easy travelling distance of Court Farm.
The nearest Catholic Church is 5 miles away, in St. Austell.
Also in St. Austell are: 4 main supermarket chains, a multi-screen cinema, a leisure centre with swimming pool; Ten pin bowling, 'Kids Kingdom' and an outdoor market, plus weekly car boot sale.
Court Farm is the "headquarters of Roseland Observatory we have a 9½" Newtonian Telescope for star-gazing and Brian Sheen, an expert astronomer, gives lectures and guidance to any interested parties weekly by arrangement (Small charge).
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We stayed at this campsite from the 7th to the 14th September 2013 and it was every bit as good as our stay in previous years. It is almost a campers paradise, where else would you find facilities like having access to fridges, a freezer, a washing machine and a tumble dryer 24 hours a day? It really does make camping more pleasurable. The toilet block is clean with free hot showers and 'inside' dish washing facilities with very hot water. The campsite itself has large pitches with electric hookups and wifi available. The site is family run and they genuinely do want to make your stay as good as it can be. Bill and Simon in reception are a fountain of local knowledge and will even look up on the computer what the local weather forecast is going to be for the next few days. The campsite is about 10 minutes away from a large Asda at St Austell and only about 25 minutes from Newquay and since it is only a few miles from the A30 it is very easy to visit almost anywhere in Cornwall fairly quickly. Give this campsite a try and like us you will find yourselves returning time and time again. I don't know any other campsite offering facilities like these for £11 a night (low season) and that includes the electric!
- 16 Sep 2013Court Farm Caravan & Camping Park Anonymous guest