MAGOR FARM Camping and Caravan Site. Tehidy. Nr. Godrevy. Cornwall


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Tehidy Country Park is just beside the campsite, and well worth a visit. It is freely open to the public every day of the year. It was once part of the great estate of the Bassett tin mining family and has a mixture of woodlands and lakes, ponds and cascades. There are 9 miles of paths to explore, as well as a visitor centre, a sensory trail and garden, beautiful carpets of bluebells in the spring, a bird hide and sculpture.

Tehidy Country Park
Tehidy Country Park

The park also has events fields, a barbecue site for hire, a busy events programme, outdoor education facilities for schools, a schools and youth camp site and a permanent orienteering course. For more information, or to book any of the facilities, contact the Ranger on 01209 714494.

The coastline just a few minutes from Magor Farm, is owned by the National Trust, so don't forget to bring your membership card with you, and enjoy free parking!
National Trust in Cornwall
National Trust in Cornwall by Cornish Light

Welcome to West Cornwall
The Official Penwith District Council Holiday Guide for St Ives, Penzance and West Cornwall with resort information and full details of activities festivals and special interest topics.

St.Michael's Mount
This magical island is the jewel in Cornwall's crown, a national treasure and a must for every visitor to the far West of England.

Eden Project
The Living Theatre of Plants and People. In the huge covered conservatories, or Biomes, you can visit the majestic rainforests, the Mediterranean, South Africa and California and in the Outdoor Landscape discover more about the plants and places that share our Cornish climate.

Stithians Show
Stithians Show is one of the largest and oldest one day shows in the country (held in July). Established in 1834, it has been held continuously since then (except for three years during the first world war, and five years during the second).

Gwithian Towans Website
Services and Events in our area. Where to visit and what's on.

For the kids
Wet day and can't think of what to do?

Flambards Theme Park, a family day out near Helston, features Rollercoasters, a Blitz Museum and a Victorian Village.

Paradise Park - Hayle
Home of the World Parrot Trust. A great family venue if it's not beach weather. Also, owls, birds of prey, otters, penguins, and a farm full of animals.
They have a wide variety of things to amuse and entertain you, whether you're young or just young at heart.
(Dads - the pub at the park brews its own beer, and well worth a try!).

Mr. & Mrs. Kelvin Williams.
Magor Farm, Magor Downs,
Tehidy, Camborne, TR14 0JF
Tel: Illogan (01209) 713367


Godrevy Beach

The beaches in the south west of Corwall are unrivalled. Here are a couple which are well worth a visit:

Chapel Porth
One of the most atmospheric beaches in Cornwall with it's steep dark cliffs either side of the beach. When the tide goes out the beach stretches for 2 miles on down to the next beach at Porthtowan. This beach offers good surfing together with a summer Lifeguard service, an excellent beach cafe, toilets, limited car parking and nothing else!

Godrevy and Gwithian sands
is part of the large expanse of beach that stretches all the way from Hayle and it is popular with families, surfers, sand yachters, joggers and walkers alike. The section under the cliffs is tidal, but the sea goes out a fair way leaving lots of rock pools and there is a Lifeguard present in the summer.

Tate St.Ives
Tate St Ives opened in June 1993 and offers a unique introduction to modern art, where many works can be viewed in the surroundings and atmosphere which inspired them.

Minack Theatre and visitor centre
Cornwall's world famous Theatre under the stars

Walking around CornwallWalking
Keen walker? - Take a look at:
Cornwall Coast - guide to beaches, walk

Walking in Cornwall
Cornwall provides the perfect solution when it comes to walking holidays because it’s such a varied county.

The South West Coast Path
The South West Coast Path is Britain's longest National Trail, running from Minehead in Somerset to South Haven Point near Poole Dorset. The path includes all 95 miles of the Dorset and East Devon World Heritage Site.

We recommend the:

Cornish Choughs  at Treswithian 

Turnpike Inn, Connor Downs
Both the above pubs are about 2 miles from the site

Old Coastguard Hotel in Mousehole for a superb meal and a view to match!

The Halzephron Inn
Gunwalloe, Helston. Delightful unspoilt country pub with a convivial ambience in magnificent coastal setting. Gleaming copper and original paintings decorate the many cosy eating corners. The Halzephron is known for very good traditional and adventurous food prepared from the best local fresh fish, meat and vegetables complemented by a carefully selected wine list.

The Cornish Cider Farm
Great food, great drink - great fun!

Trelissick Gardens
Is not only famous for its garden. The food is excellent too!

Cornish FayreJohn Beck's Fish Restaurant
Lelant. Great Fish and Chips!


For the beach
Overboard Store
for Boardwear, bikinis and tops.

Magor Farm Campsite.  Tehidy, Cornwall. Camping and Caravanning as it used to be.