Treen Farm Campsite

*** PLEASE READ ***

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

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  • Activities...

    Activities in the surrounding area.

 
Walking

Meditation

Nicolle Fisher, our local yoga teacher, offers weekly meditation. This is held from around mid May to the end of September. Set two fields back from the cliff top in a serene setting, this activity takes place outside, so is therefore weather dependant. You may wish to bring a sunhat, shawl and cushion. There is no charge, however we suggest a donation towards one of the local charities (boxes located in reception). For more information about Nicolle and her classes, please contact her via her website www.nicolleyoga.com

Walking

Walking

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( 40 mins) and Lands End (2 1/2 to 3 hours).

Running

Running

There are many lovely short loops or long runs along the coast path suitable for all abilities.

Surfing

Surfing

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.

Climbing

Climbing

The local granite cliffs which are stable and full of natural seams, attract many climbers to enjoy the excitement of sea cliff climbing. Best, but most challenging spots are at Gwennap Head (Porthgwarra), Sennen Cove and Bosigran (north of St. Just)

Cycling

Cycling

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.

Fishing

Fishing

Rock and beach fishing on many marks within walking distance, will produce mackerel,bass and pollock mainly, with wrasse and garfish providing good sport along with turbot, plaice and dabs on the sand if you are lucky! Boat t rips from Penzance run daily.

Foraging

Foraging

Campers can enjoy a foraging walk led by knowledgable individuals, meeting at the Tipi, then heading off on a spectacular walk taking in the site of an Iron Age fort, a traditional fishing cove and an amazing wet woodland, learning about edible wild plants, seaweeds and the local wildlife. Private walks can also be arranged.

Local history

Ancient & Local History

West Cornwall has a large number of ancient sites, stone circles, standing stones, quoits, burial chambers, ancient villages and cliff castles.