Camping in Newquay

Camping in Newquay
Located on England's west coast, Newquay is one of the United Kingdom's most popular tourist destinations for outdoors enthusiasts. Its seaside location makes it ideal for surfing, and that is why it is the self-proclaimed "Surfing Capital of Britain." The area also provides ample opportunities for fishing, biking, boating and the traditional walk on the beach.

Hendra Holiday Park

Just minutes from the ocean, spacious fields at the Hendra Holdiday Park provide ample room for pitching a tent, and electrical hook-ups and waste disposal make for convenient caravan (RV) camping. Bathrooms are clean and well-maintained, and hot showers are free for all guests. The campground offers special surfing packages in which guests receive a per-day discount on lessons at the local surfing school.

Hendra Holiday Park
Newquay, Cornwall (West)
TR8 4NY
United Kingdom
+(44) 1637 875778
hendra-holidays.com

Cottage Farm Park

The local beach is only a 20-minute walk from the Cottage Farm Park campground where guests can surf, fish, snorkel and dive. The campground has 45 sites for tent and caravan (RV) camping; all sites are equipped with electrical hook-ups. Sites offer expansive views of the surrounding area. Well-kept bathrooms and free hot showers make for a comfortable camping experience. The campground can be reached by local bus.

Cottage Farm
Treworgans
Cubert
Newquay
TR8 5HH
+(44) 1637 831083
cottagefarmpark.co.uk

Magic Cove Touring Park

The small, family-run Magic Cove Touring Park puts guests within just a few hundred feet of the Mawgan Porth beach. The campground's 25 pitches can accommodate tents, cars and caravans (RVs). Twenty-two of the sites have electrical hook-ups. Hot and cold water is available in the bathrooms, where guests can wash up and take showers. Cell phone service is limited at the campground.

Magic Cove Touring Park
Mawgan Porth
Nr Newquay
Cornwall
TR8 4BZ
+(44) 1637 860263
magiccove.co.uk

Article Written By Patrick M. Lind

Patrick M. Lind has been freelance writing since 2007 and has worked as an editor and journalist for ChicagoSporting.com. He received a Master of Arts in history from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and Middle East.

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