Grass pitch (Non Electric) (27 at Treglisson)
The Owner Says
Treglisson is ideally placed for exploring the north and south coasts of Cornwall, for visiting St Ives, Penzance and St Michael’s Mount. The area abounds with charming fishing villages, gardens, market towns, craft centres, galleries, country inns, historic tin mines and breathtaking coastal walks.
The surfing beaches of Gwithian and Godrevy are a five minute drive away. There is a short golf course and driving range within walking distance and the RSPB reserve at Hayle Estuary is close by.
Tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes (on hard-standing pitches) – yes. Dogs, young families and couples all welcome.
Cornwall is filled with breathtaking beaches and coastal delights. St Ives is just a 15 minute drive away. Leave your car at the park and ride and enjoy the 12 minute train journey along the coast for its spectacular scenery en route to town. The nearest beach to the site is St Ives Bay – a dog-friendly, sandy stretch that's amongst the finest in the South West. Nearby Godrvey beach is just seven minutes away by car (National Trust members can park here for free). It boasts rockpools, surfing and the historic Godrvey Lighthouse, said to have inspired Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse. Hayle Golf Range (01736 753655) is just a chip-shot from the site, while the RSPB Hayle Estuary reserve attracts a dizzying array of birdlife. Flambards (01326 573 404), Cornwall's premier family attraction, is just down the road in Helston and features rides, live entertainment and interactive exhibits.
Food & Drink
Treglisson Campsite now offers a fully licensed shop onsite. Hayle boasts several supermarkets and places to eat. Diners can grab everything from a proper cooked breakfast, to a light lunch or Eastern-influenced evening meal. Their portions are legendary and any carnivores up for a challenge should get stuck into the famous Trevaskis mixed grill. The nearest local boozer is the Angarrack Inn (01736 752380) which also serves pleasing pub grub. For an authentic Cornish experience, seek out the seaside and grab a cream tea at Godrevy Beach Café (01736 757999).
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Treglisson is located at 11 Wheal Alfred Rd, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 5JT
Heading west on the A30, you will come to a large roundabout just outside Hayle. Take the 4th exit into Hayle and at the first mini roundabout turn left (Treglisson is signposted from this roundabout). Travel a mile up the hill, under the bridge, past the golf course and you will see the sign on the left. Turn down the lane and you will find the campsite at the end.
There is a bus stop at the bottom of the hill by the mini roundabout and the nearest train station is Hayle. If your train doesn't stop there, the next station is St Erth. Arrangements can be made to collect people from the station or bus stop.