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Balnoon Camping Site

Visit Cornwall on your camping and caravan holidays and pitch at Balnoon Camping Site, located just a short distance from the popular town of St Ives, on the edge of the Penwith Heritage Coast region.

This campsite is welcoming guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents onto the park. This is a dog friendly campsite, so you can enjoy your holidays in Cornwall with your favourite four-legged friends.

Electric hook-ups are available at all pitches at a small additional cost. Other facilities provided at Balnoon Camping Site to ensure comfort and convenience for guests during their stay include coin operated showers, a toilet block, a washing up area, a chemical waste disposal point, and an additional room used for ironing, shaving and hair drying. While there isn’t a convenience store on-site, the park reception does stock a number of everyday essentials.

Although this campsite is relatively small, there is an area for dog walking on-site, as well as space for families to enjoy ball games and other activities.

The park is surrounded by beautiful landscape, and the rolling hills of south Cornwall offer a gorgeous view from Balnoon Camping Site. These are also the first port of call for many guests looking to head out and explore the surrounding area. The hills as well as the countryside and woodland in other directions are rich with trails suitable for walking and cycling, while horse riding is also offered from various nearby locations, ideal for guests looking to get around and see the area from a fresh perspective.

St Ives is the nearest town to this site and is less than a 10-minute drive away. There are lots of things to do in St Ives. If you want a day beside the seaside, head to Porthmeor Beach, Porthminster Beach or Porthgwidden Beach. If you fancy some culture, why not visit Tate St Ives or the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. There are also lots of lovely places to have a bite to eat and something to drink, some places in this town perhaps unsurprisingly specialising in seafood, although there are other pubs, restaurants and cafes about, too. Or maybe you want to tempt your sweet tooth at the Moomaid of Zennor Ice Cream Parlour. For further inspiration, head to the St Ives Visitor Centre on Street-An-Pol.

Those happy to drive a little further can visit Truro, about a 35-minute drive away. You'll want to see the cathedral and maybe the Royal Cornwall Museum. Or go to the the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, both popular and amazing attractions where it is well worth spending a full day – both are about an hour's drive from Balnoon Camping Site. St Austell, near the Eden Project, is also a super place for a day out. Tour the St Austell Brewery, enjoy time at Carlyon Bay or go to Wingz Bird Sanctuary.

Balnoon Camping Site is a wonderful base for a family holiday in Cornwall and there's so much for everyone to do on their motorhome, camping and caravan holidays near St Ives.

Open from:
1st April to 31st October (approx.)

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

reception


Accomodations:
24 Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis

Tate St Ives
St Ives Bay
Minack Theatre
Paradise Park
Barbara Hepworth Museum


Balnoon Camping Site (www)

Balnoon
Cornwall, South West England
United Kingdom
TR26 3JA
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