Lakefield Caravan Park is situated in an ideal position for touring the north coast, set in a beautiful secluded valley yet with easy access to the A39 it is the ideal spot to experience what the area has to offer. Great caravan site in Camelford, Cornwall.
The north coast has stunning scenery and beautiful sandy surfing clean beaches. North Cornwall has many miles of coastal paths and footpaths to explore and enjoy. There are many ways to see the coast but if you feel like being more active then you can cycle the camel trail, kayak, canoe, surf, horse ride, fly a micro-lite, the list is endless. We have it all!
Lakefield also has an equestrian Centre adjacent to the caravan park, however the caravan park is quite secluded from the centre. The equestrian centre provides riding lessons from beginners to the more advanced rider. It is a BHS and RDA approved centre. The centre boosts an indoor school, 2 outdoor schools with a variety of show jumps and crosscountry fences. We also offer off road hacking.
The centre is run by 2 BHSI's and has a team of qualified staff. We offer holiday activities for children which can always be viewed on our website as well as a weekly Saturday club where children can have a lesson and get involved with hands on stable management.
Port Issac (where Doc Martin is filmed)
Polzeath and Polzeath Surf School
Trebarwith Strand beach
Daymer bay Beach
Pencarrow House and Gardens
Crealy Adventure Park
Camelford leisure centre
Bude and Bude Sea Pool
Ten pin Bowling at Bude
Splash fun pool at Bude
Golf at Bowood or St Kew
Ramble over moors or surf over waves from Lakefield Caravan Park: both Bodmin Moor and the sandy beaches of north Cornwall are close by.
At Bodmin, take a walk around the tors Rough Tor and Brown Willy, Cornwall's two highest points among its best known landmarks; at the coast, the strong waves of nearby Trebarwith Strand are eminently suitable for surfing – and the 800 metre-long sands a top pick for sunbathing.
On land, the Camel Trail 11 miles away is a good ride for families and has cycle hire in several spots. Popular Cornish day trips are within driving distance at Boscastle (five miles), Port Isaac (ten miles) and Padstow (19 miles).
This is legendary country too, with the castle and village of King Arthur's Tintagel six miles along the coast now one of the most visited attractions in the land.
It gets quite madly busy at Tintagel in summer, so for a less crowded experience, visit the Arthurian Centre at Slaughterbridge a mile and a half from the campsite and just outside the medieval market town of Camelford.
For those who fancy fishing, Crowdy Reservoir a couple of miles from Lakefield has free coarse fishing for Environment Agency rod licence holders from March to October.
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