After several months of lock down in the city it felt great to head out of town to Cornwall. We arrived just in time to be pitched for sunset.
We set up our tipi tent for us and the dog and a small hike tent for the kids, with its extention using the Ordnance Survey Lake District PACMAT. Basil, the dog, had his own camping bed with the PACMAT Deluxe to keep him warm and dry.
The campsite has wonderful views with a quiet walk through fields and woods down into the fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand. A little further away to walk, or a very short drive, is the wild and windy Whitsand beach. Dogs are allowed. Basil loved the space. Running up and down then retiring to base to take up prime position on the Ordnance Survey Games Mat.
A wonderful breezy coastal walk from here is up to the magical Rame head. Another great picnic spot with wild ponies and great views.
The campsite has a cafe and a whole 'no car' areas. It's an unspoiled natural site with a wide range of unusual flora and fauna as well as deer, owls and sky larks. We loved staying here and will definitely be back.