Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park and Botallack
Trevaylor is dog friendly. You can download a beach guide for dog owners by clicking on this link: Beach Guide for Dog Owners (PDF, 5.5MB) You can also visit Cornwall Council’s guide to beaches on their website for the most up to date information: www.cornwall.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/beaches-in-cornwall/ – There is lots of other useful information about our beaches on here too.
Our local pub, the Queens Arms, is a 5 minute stroll: www.queensarms-botallack.co.uk
There are regular buses that stop immediately outside of the campsite including the 17 and 17A for travel between Penzance, St Just and St Ives. The open top scenic bus (300) runs during the summer months. There are also a number of trains that run to Penzance train station where you can then journey onwards to Trevaylor by bus. Penzance Train Station is situated very close by Penzance Bus Station. For routes and timetables visit their website:
Cornish Mining World Heritage – Botallack Mine is situated in the St Just tin mining district and a short walk from our campsite.
Visit Cornwall have a comprehensive database of local events, places to eat, places to visit and other useful information.
… www.Visit Cornwall/beaches for a comprehensive list of beaches too!
Bike and Campervan Hire
Hire a cycle during your stay – Lands End Cycle Hire is based a short distance away and they will deliver to the site: www.landsendcyclehire.co.uk
Campervan hire from St Ives. Great way to explore Cornwall & to camp in comfort: www.stivescampervanhire.co.uk
The local Lafrowda Festival takes place every summer in July: www.lafrowda-festival.co.uk
Out and About
Dark Skies Designation West Penwith https://www.darksky.org/our-work/conservation/idsp/
Sennen Cove, our nearest surfing beach: www.sennen-cove.com
The Minack Theatre has performances all through the summer – well worth a visit but you will need to book in advance: www.minack.com
Porthcurno Telegraph Museum situated close to the Minack: www.porthcurno.org.uk
Geevor Tin Mine Museum, a 5 minute drive or a 30 minute walk along the coastal path: www.geevor.com
St Michaels Mount, take a short boat trip to the island, or at low tide enjoy the walk across the causeway: www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk
Lands End, world famous landmark: www.landsend-landmark.co.uk
www.magicseaweed.com for up to date surf reports and webcam around the area
Check Cornwall’s weather and coastal conditions with The Weather Channel