Choose Somewhere You Can Walk to
There's a great sense of liberation when you visit a campsite but don't have to use the car. Some of the best campsites are in areas you can walk to shops, pubs, restaurants and of course the beach. It's worth paying a bit more for a prime location to allow you really get the sense of being 'away from it all'.
Don't Worry About the Weather
Tents are so good these days, that even the cheapest of the bunch (as long as you put it up properly!) remains waterproof and dry. Sometime the weather in Cornwall can be damp and the ground wet - but don't let this put you off - as long as you see some sun a great time will be had by all
Choose a Small Site
There's nothing better than pitching up in a field, on a summer's evening, opening a beer and watching the sun go down. There's a growing trend for rustic, small scale sites. Make the most of it by visiting somewhere with fewer facilities down a country track...it'll make so much sense when you get the tent up and sit in the peace and quiet!
Camping With Kids
If you have kids, camping is a great way to let them experience the back-to-basics nature of a Cornish holiday and allow them to explore the countryside. Imaginations can run wild, and it's a great way of introducing kids to alternative holidays
Bring Some Mates
If the sun's out, you have some music on, the view is spectacular and you're only a couple of minutes walk from a fantastic beach...what's not to like? Camping with some friends can be a truly humbling experience and remind you of the important things in life...it's great fun and allows you to escape from your day-to-day life and routine.
So here are 5 tips for making the best out of your camping experience in Cornwall. Cornish Secrets offer fantastic alternative stays which also include camping pods and retro caravan experiences. Contact us today to find out more