On your motorhome tours and camping holidays in Cornwall, pitch at Siblyback Lake Campsite and enjoy its stunning location, set in a meadow, running down to the water’s edge of Siblyback Lake.
The park is open from March until November, and welcomes guests with motorhomes and tents. The site is unsuitable for towed caravans therefore guests with touring caravans cannot use the park.
A selection of pitches are available at Siblyback Lake Campsite, with hardstanding and grass pitches with electric hook-ups offered. There are also hardstandings without electric hook-ups at the site, while the separate tent area has all grass pitches.
The park is a great holiday destination for families that love the outdoors, and particularly spending time on the water. Among the activities offered on the lake are sailing, kayaking, rowing and windsurfing. There is plenty of equipment for hire at Siblyback Lake Campsite, although guests are more than welcome to take their own. Quirky as well as more traditional equipment is available for hire, with a wheelyboat among the most popular vessels to hire. The lake is also home to the first full cable system for would-be wakeboarders in Devon and Cornwall, and is the perfect place to get involved in this exciting activity.
If you prefer to spend time by the water relaxing, you'll be well catered for at this park, with numerous fishing platforms found around the lake, which is well stocked with a wide range of fish species. There are also a number of streams and rivers running from the lake and through the surrounding area, many of which offer their own great locations for enjoying a day’s fishing.
Away from the water, cycle hire is available around the lake and segway tours can also be enjoyed. Of course, you can also enjoy walking around the campsite and the lake.
Siblyback Lake Campsite is very well placed for exploring Bodmin Moor on your motorhome and camping holidays. Indeed, this site is in a location from which you can visit Cornwall and also visit Devon. You will find St Austell about a 40-minute drive away, where tours of the brewery are popular and families will love a day out at The Eden Project. You can also be at the north Cornwall coast in under an hour. Visit Padstow and sample world class seafood, go to Newquay for some world class surfing or to enjoy the zoo. The cathedral city of Truro is also less than an hour's drive away, while over the border in Devon is Plymouth, which is about a 40- or 50-minute drive from this campsite.
If you'd like to discover the wild, dramatic and beautiful Dartmoor National Park, whether on foot, on two wheels or on horseback, you can do so with ease from this campsite. Dartmoor Zoological Park and the Dartmoor Prison Museum are two of the other top tourist destinations in the region that you might like to enjoy on your motorhome, campervan and camping holidays.
A stay at Siblyback Lake Campsite could be the perfect start to your adventures in Devon and Cornwall.