Although it might seem a long way away, spring is a wonderful time to go camping in Cornwall.
This is when the county is exploding with colourful flowers, from daffodils and tulips to bluebells and wild flowers. Cornwall boasts captivating gardens like the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Trewithen Gardens, which come alive in spring with blossoming trees and fragrant blooms.
Because it has a mild climate in spring, it’s the ideal time to explore the outdoors in Cornwall. Spring is a great time for outdoor activities like hiking the South West Coast Path, surfing along the coast, or exploring Cornwall’s countryside on bike trails.
Our campsite is close to the coast, which is lovely at Easter time.
Cornwall’s coastline is simply stunning in spring. The longer days and milder temperatures make it perfect for coastal walks, when you might even spot dolphins and seals offshore. It’s also a wonderful time for bird watchers. Many migratory birds return during this time, so you can spot a variety of species in their natural habitats.
There’s many excellent festivals and events in Cornwall during this time.
From food festivals celebrating local produce to cultural events and art exhibitions, there’s always something happening. Spring in Cornwall is also great for foodies. From locally grown vegetables to freshly caught seafood, it’s a great time to indulge in delicious, seasonal cuisine.
Spring symbolises renewal, and you’ll feel that spirit in Cornwall when towns and beaches start regaining that buzz after the long winter.