Veryan Camping and Caravanning Club Site, situated close to the famous South Cornwall Heritage Coastline, is one of the most peaceful and popular sites in the whole area. Our park is open from late March until early November, and we welcome motorhomes, touring campervans, and tents onto the site, with seasonal and serviced pitches available. We also have a stunning lodge available for hire, which itself is fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable and memorable stay.
Our serviced pitches provide an electricity hook-up, while facilities for laundry, washing up, and chemical waste disposal are able to be used by all guests. We are a family and pet friendly park; there are plenty of open spaces for pets to explore while our younger guests love the children’s play area and on-site clubhouse, which is complete with games and fun activities.
You can enjoy terrific views of Cornwall from our park, framed beautifully by the trees that also provide shelter to our pitches around the border of the site. Also on site you’ll find a designated field for ball games, whether you want to play yourself or organise a football or cricket match with your fellow guests, and a well-stocked fishing lake where you can go and catch your own supper. There is a convenience store located a mile from the site and a friendly local pub in the village, too.
The nearest beach to our site can be found at Pendower, only a couple of miles away, and a beautiful walk on a good weather day, especially if you leave on time to catch the sunrise. Here, you’ll find a unique collection of low cliffs, rock pools, and calm seas that are perfect for swimming; again, the earlier you get there, the better. A National Cycle Route passes the entrance of the park, so anyone looking to head out into Cornwall on two wheels has a journey readily marked out in front of them, while the surrounding countryside also demands exploration on foot, with the South West Coastal Path also passing close to our site.
Further afield, the Eden Project is a world-famous attraction that will leave you in awe, while the coastal towns of the region, such as Falmouth and St. Austell, all have their own unique characteristics and nuances that will make you remember them forever. You should also head down to Land’s End to experience the sun setting over the Atlantic, which is also a terrific video or photo opportunity.
Types of pitches:
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
Flushing toilet, Showers
Parent and baby room
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Television room (not for hire)
Fishing (rod licence required)
Designated dog walk
Battery charging facilities
Pendower Beach is a couple of miles away. It has low, soft cliffs and rock pools – designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
The Eden Project is a global garden, housed under biodomes.
Veryan Galleries has been displaying the work of local artists for nearly 30 years. The National Trust gardens of Trelissick are on the River Fal.
There are new screens at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, showing live, close-up images of the wildlife.
Charlestown is home to the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre.
Take the foot ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth to visit the National Maritime Museum Cornwall.
The China Clay Country Park is in 26 acres of woodland in the Ruddle Valley on the outskirts of St Austell.
The Roseland Visitor Centre at St Mawes gives information on local carnival dates, fetes and regattas.
The Acorn Trail passes a mile-and-a-half from the Site.
Cyclists can join the National Cycle Network at the Site entrance.
There is a general store a mile from the Site, plus a pub in the village
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