The village of Coverack is a short walking distance away via a beautiful valley path. Within the village is the Coverack stores for groceries, papers etc and places to eat, Archies loft, Paris Hotel, Lifeboat house and the Bay Hotel. Seine loft (also stocks fishing tackle) and the Old Mill shop have a range of gifts and souvenirs.
The campsite is split into 5 main camping areas separated by traditional Cornish hedges and trees. This gives much privacy to campsite users and does give shelter in the event of inclement weather.
In the Main Field there are 4 electricity hook up pitches suitable for touring camper vans and caravans, 10 grass pitches with no electricity suitable for caravans and 7 pitches for tents. The pitches are generous in size at least 10 m in width. In this field are the showers, washing up facilities, a covered picnic area and water points. There are also compost toilets.
In the Long field, there are 10 pitches suitable for tents located along one side of the field with a compost toilet and water points.
In the Donkey field, (named after the original inhabitants) there are 20 pitches for tents, there is a separate vehicle access to this field 30 m from the main entrance towards Coverack, the field has water points and compost toilets. The Donkeys have been moved to new pastures !
In Bay field there are 6 pitches for tents, vehicle access is via the Donkey through a narrow entrance (may not be suitable for all vehicles). This field has the best views of Coverack Bay. There is a compost toilet in the field, other facilities are in the main field.
Ben’s field has 4 pitches for tents, accessed via the main field, with views of the valley and countryside. Facilities are in the nearby main field.