Treen Farm Campsite


Following the government guidelines to help tackle the outbreak of Covid-19 as quickly as possible, we will remain closed until further notice, so we will not be opening on the 1st of April.

Pre-erected tent bookings still stand at present, as they start in the summer.

Hopefully this will only be for a matter of weeks, but until then, stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you back in the near future! Treen Farm Campsite


Cornwalls favourite clifftop campsite retreat...

Welcome to Treen Farm Campsite

Run by the Hall family for five generations, Treen Farm, and it's campsite boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, with sea views stretching from the Lizard Peninsula to the Isles of Scilly.

Only two fields back from the coast path, sitting above Porthcurno Bay and it's stunning beaches, this friendly family run site is the perfect location for walkers, cyclists, climbers, families and those that love the outdoors.

The Hall's pride themselves on being a traditional campsite, where you can escape from the hustle and bustle of the modern world. Treen Farm's organic Guernsey cows go past the campsite gateway each morning and evening, a sight which is enjoyed by children and adults alike. Their wholesome organic milk and free range, organic eggs are available from the farm gate. Many campers return year after year to enjoy the relaxed, friendly atmosphere and tranquil vibe.

The campsite offers sea view pitches for tents and campervans, with a limited supply of electric hook-up pitches available on a first come, first served basis. All pitches are supplied with picnic benches either side, to allow plenty of space between tents and enjoy alfresco dining when the weather permits.

A small number of bell tents and scout tents are available to book throughout peak season. The only way to book these is through this website, by going on to our pre-erected tent page and submitting an enquiry form.

We have a fully licensed onsite shop selling hot and cold food and drinks, local meats, fruit and veg, ices, beach goods and much more. There is a fire pit in a lower field, where people gather to talk, sing and keep warm, with visiting musicians who bring their own instruments to create special memorable evenings.

Meditation classes and foraging walks are run by individuals, starting from the site in the warmer months.

Friendly dogs are welcome, without an additional charge, and are to be kept on a lead onsite at all times. Irresponsible dog owners will be asked to leave with no refund.

As a quiet, family campsite, we are unable to accommodate groups, caravans and larger motorhomes (the campsite lane is very narrow, and we cannot take motorhomes of 6.7 metres and over).

Please note:

We are unable to take bookings for camping, however we do have a small number of pre-erected tents that are available to pre-book.

Please no texts or voicemails - verbal enquiries only.

We are unable to take credit or debit card payments, however cheques and cash are welcome. Fees are due on arrival.

No new arrivals after 9pm.

There's plenty of local activities...


The campsite is only 250 metres away from the coastpath, walk east for Penberth, Lamorna, Mousehole and Penzance. Walk west for the Minack Theatre, Porthgwarra( 4o mins) and Lands (2 1/2 to 3 hours).

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West Cornwall is a popular destination with cyclists with many steep and challenging hills, north coast moors and wooded river valley's, many rides having spectacular sea views and riding on quiet country lanes. The National Cycle route starts at Lands End and has many bridleways to enjoy. We have a few bikes on site which can be loaned if you are unable to bring your own.

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Best beaches for board surfing are on the north coast, Sennen Cove- 4 miles, has two surf schools and picks up Atlantic surf, good for body boarding and traditional short and long boards. Nearby beaches are good for body boarding and belly boards i.e. Pedn Vounder, Porthcurno and Porthchapel.

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And lots nearby...

Beautiful beaches and coastline...

...Lands end landmark...

...Wonderful bars and restaurants...

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...The Minack theatre...

...St.Michaels mount... loads more

Treen farm campsite from the air

I first came to Treen Farm Campsite in 2003, I fell in love and never left, I now live and work here.

Jonathan Nichols