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The Campsite

The campsite is set in 4 acres and consists of 3 paddocks, a mix of grassed and hardstand pitches. You may go anywhere within the campsite unclothed.

The site is open all year, however please contact us to book before leaving home, especially if visiting out of season or adverse weather conditions such as heavy rain or snow. Although you may not wish to be naturist in the Winter months, the campsite provides a good base from which to explore North Cornwall, with beautiful walks and places to visit.

The toilet and shower block is connected to a water treatment plant. Which means that we provide hand soap and washing powder in our facilities, which support the natural conditions required by the treatment plant. Where possible we recycle, use recycled products and refill single use plastics and we encourage our visitors to do the same.

Alongside the shower block is a washing up area, including a fridge, freezer and washing machine (honesty box) for campers use. As well as a cozy sitting room area – a club house – which all campers are welcome to use to eat, read, rest, gather in the evenings or find shelter in bad weather.

Well behaved dogs are welcome for a small charge and should be kept on a lead within the campsite and when on the farm.

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Dogs Welcome

Each paddock has access to electric hook ups. Non-electric pitches are mainly sited further up the field in the ‘wild camping’ area.

Drinking water points are accessible in each paddock and there is a chemical disposal point on site. Please use green chemicals only.

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'Wild' Camping Area

Summer evenings often mean gathering round the bath-b-que – yes a bar-b-que made from a bath - an open fire using wood harvested from the farm, enjoying the clear view of the stars and watching the satellite’s path as it makes its way across the night sky. The farm produces a variety of meat including lamb joints and chops, pork joints, bacon, sausages, burgers, pork chops, gammon steaks, as well as eggs. Alongside fresh produce, new potatoes, carrots, runner beans, french beans, salad leaves, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, and flowers. Fresh and seasonal, campers are welcome to pick their own along side us or purchase direct from the farm. The farm ranges over a further 17 acres, in which the pigs, sheep, chickens and cows live for the majority of the year. Campers are welcome to explore the rest of the farm, bearing in mind it is a working smallholding, with electric fences, farm animals and working farm machinery so caution is necessary. 

Clothes must also be worn in any area outside of the main campsite field. 

There really aren’t many rules - just please keep the following in mind: Check-in time is after 3pm and check out by 11am 

We are a quiet site after 11pm so you can have a peaceful sleep. 

Families and children are welcome. All under 16's must be accompanied by an adult when in the farmyard or in fields with livestock in. Young children are expected to be in sight of their parents or guardians, who are responsible for their safety and behaviour.

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