Treen Farm Campsite

*** Covid 19 Update 2021 05/03/2021 ***

We are pleased to announce that we shall be opening on the 12th of April.

As per the government Stage 2 rules, our shower blocks, toilets, dishwashing sinks, campers kitchen and communal fire pit will remain closed. We will only be accepting camper vans, small motor homes and tents, all with their own chemical toilet facilities. There is a chemical disposal point on site. We are unable to accommodate any outdoor showering , including shower tents. Freshwater will be available and our on-site shop/reception will be open.

Due to this situation we will be offering a 10% discount on our fees until the opening of the facilities, which is currently to be at Stage 3 of the government plan on the 17th of May.

We will continue to review the situation and keep you advised via our website and Facebook page of any changes, and will continue to put the health of our guests, staff and the local community at the forefront of our decisions.

We shall continue to operate on a first come, first serve basis.

Thank you for your understanding and support.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Treen.

Stay safe

*** Covid 19 Update 2021 24/04/2021 ***

Toilet blocks will re-open on the 29th of April, while showers remain closed until the 17th of May.



Popular spots in the surrounding area.



This part of our coast is blessed with five sandy beaches, known as the string of pearls, all set within our parish boundary of St.Levan.

Two beaches, Pedn Vounder and Porthcurno are within 10 minutes walk of the campsite. Pedn Vounder just below the campsite is a tidal sandy beach surrounded by granite cliffs, best enjoyed at low water which exposes a sand bar and small lagoons. No lifeguards patrol this beach and caution must be taken not to get cut off by incoming tides. Porthcurno can be accessed at all states of the tide, is sandy and lifeguarded during the season. A dog ban is in operation between May 1st and September 30th during the hours of 8am - 7pm.

Further afield

Porthchapel: Located just west of the Minack Theatre and just below our parish church of St. Levan. About 25 minutes walk from the campsite, or parking at a very reasonably priced car park just above the church. It is a small, sandy beach, tidal with fairly good access.

Porthgwarra: Small, unspoilt fishing cove, with steep slipway and sandy beach at low tide. Used for much of the Poldark filming. Surrounding cliffs, spectacular, popular climbing spot.

Nanjizal (Mill Bay):Next bay on around the corner from Porthgwarra towards Lands End. Varying amounts of sand from year to year. Good place to view seals.


Food & Drink

Plenty of pubs, cafes and restaurants to choose from. Food is served daily at the Logan Rock Inn in our village, we also have a seasonal cafe serving locally sourced and homemade food and teas and coffees. A short walk to Porthcurno will find the Cable Station Inn, Porthcurno Beach Cafe and a cafe at the Minack Theatre, access to which is subject to an admission charge. There are various other local pubs such as the St.Buryan Inn and restaurants within 10 miles which serve locally caught fish, meat etc.

Food and Drink

Minack Theatre

Walking distance 20 minutes. This beautiful open air theatre is open all year around, with performances commencing in April until the end of September.

Minack Theatre

Lands End

Walking distance 2 1/2 - 3hrs along the coastpath. One of Britain's best loved landmarks, tourist attractions.

Lands End

Cape Cornwall

Walking distance 4-5hrs, by car 20 minutes. Famous landmark, beautiful scenery and small fishing cove and mining heritage. Also, used for filming the Poldark series.

Cape Cornwall

Penberth Cove

10 minutes walk. Unspoilt fishing cove, great for swimming, snorkelling and fishing. Lovely circular walk taking in amazing flora and fauna. Penberth is one of the main sites for the BBC TV series Poldark, as it has been unchanged for many decades.

Penberth cove

St.Michaels Mount

By car 25 minutes. Walk the causeway or cross by boat. Wander in the tropical gardens and climb to the castle for stunning views across Mounts Bay.

St.Michaels mount

Sennen Cove

Walking distance 3-31/2 hours. By car 10 minutes. Very accessible beach for families, café's, pub and restaurant, and the Roundhouse gallery. Popular with surfer's.

Sennen cove


For any family or friends who would like to join you on holiday, but don't want to camp, there are a few good bed and breakfasts in the village, and close by, as well as a number of converted barns and cottages to let.