You can not only reconnect with nature at our campsite, but there’s many ways to do so in the surrounding area. From gorgeous gardens to stunning beaches, we can help you make the most of the balmy weather this summer.
Even since it opened in March 2001, the Eden Project has been one of the most popular attractions in Cornwall.
A real feast for the senses, there’s something for all the family at this leading attraction. One of the most popular parts is the rainforest section, the jewel in the Eden Project’s crown. Curious kids will get to discover hundreds of natural wonders, including Europe’s largest collection of ‘useful plants’ (such as those used for medical purposes).
How long does it take to get to the Eden Project from our campsite?
It’s only roughly a 24 minute drive so won’t take you long to have a day out. We also have many other great attractions nearby, including the Lost Gardens of Heligan, another enchanting natural wonder based in St Austell.
As beautiful as they are unique, the Lost Gardens of Heligan has a network of captivating gardens, woodland walks and farmland.
Like the Eden Project, it often has interesting events happening throughout the summer. If needed, you can easily pick up leaflets at our tourist shop.