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have you been camping in corwall?

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filchthemildmanneredjanitor Fri 10-Aug-07 09:49:02

can you recommend any sites?

we were going to go to france but have decided to stay in this country instead and ae thjinking cornwall.

haven't been for years though.

MaloryTowersHasManners Fri 10-Aug-07 09:52:38

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filchthemildmanneredjanitor Fri 10-Aug-07 09:58:17

lol!!! skint you see!

need some good ideas!

filchthemildmanneredjanitor Fri 10-Aug-07 10:05:51

i quite fancy being down by st ives?

filchthemildmanneredjanitor Fri 10-Aug-07 10:28:47

doone valley in exmoor looks ...maybe have a stopover there?

WestCountryLass Fri 10-Aug-07 20:44:21

I am committing the cardinal sin of camping at a Haven site next week

I do personally prefer more rustic sites but am going as they are doing some Spiderman show that my DS wants to see and it will make it easier for us with our baby (went and stayed at one near Poole at Easter and the kids did love it).

oooggs Fri 10-Aug-07 20:49:27

hi WCL<<<<<<<<<<<waves>>>>>>>>>>>

St Ives

www.ayrholidaypark.co.uk
www.littletrevarrack.co.uk
www.penderleath.co.uk
www.polmanter.c om

not sure what you are after but here are a few, haven't stayed at any of these myself tho, tend to go St Austell way (live in Cornwall)

MegaLegs Fri 10-Aug-07 20:52:16

We are off to Polzeath tomorrow so will let you know next week.

the westher forecast is a bit terrifying though - severe gales and heavy rain due to hit tues - that'll be fun in a tent on a cliff top!!

Freddiecat Tue 14-Aug-07 10:53:04

This campsite is wonderful - near Bodmin, lovely location and the people who run it are lovely too.

www.self-catering-ruthern.co.uk/

We've just come back from 2 weeks at this one:

www.parbola.co.uk/

Bigger campsite with more facilities and probably better location for you.

happygirl2 Sun 19-Aug-07 01:07:54

Hia,
I can highley recommend Little Trevarrack. It is a fanastic site which has a bus you can catch into town- better than parking! and Carbis bay is a short walk down from the site. You can also follow the costal pathe to St.Ives :0)
Jen xxx

frizzbomb Sun 19-Aug-07 16:48:01

Just come back from mother ivey's bay camp site, with a 6 yr old, 4 yr old and 7 month baby! been there a few times and love it - near loads of good places and has its own beach

Bouquetsofdynomite Sun 19-Aug-07 20:41:32

Wooda Park nr Bude Off here next week, will do a review on my return.

marymoocow Mon 27-Aug-07 20:06:11

we've just come back from 2 weeks at Wooda, and it was fabulous, even in the gale force winds and floods that affected some people.
Some of the pitches are a bit squashed, but we were in one of 3 near to the entrance. Facilities fantastic with loads of outdoor things for the dc to do.
Would definitly go back again, but possibly stay in the tent overflow field, as this had loads of space, and we did notice that there was ehu in there as well.

Have a fantastic time smile

Joash Mon 27-Aug-07 20:08:07

monkey tree holiday park - cheaper than most & lots of new facilities for the little 'uns

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