Site Information

Presingoll Farm

Penwinnick Road, St. Agnes
Cornwall, TR5 0PB.
Contact: Pam Williams
Phone: +44 (0)1872 552333

The site has an AA 4 pennant grading

The site accepts dogs The site has disabled facilities

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If you would like further information or wish to make enquiries about the campsite please fill in our Enquiry Form to contact us. Please Click the link for an Enquiry Form and our Rates:

Enquiry Form and our Rates:

  • Free Hot Water to all hand basins and showers.
  • WI-FI New for 2018
  • Laundry - washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and ironing board.
  • Free Hot Water to sinks for clothes and dish washing.
  • Free Points - for Shavers and Hair Dryers.
  • Flush Toilets
  • Freezers
  • Tea and Coffee making facilities
  • Recycling facilities
  • Small Shop - tuck shop, milk & eggs, available daily, also newspapers delivered daily.
  • WI-FI
  • Childrens Play Area.
  • Hook-Up Points.
  • Chemical Disposal Point.
  • Public Pay Telephone.
  • Disabled Persons Facilities.
  • Dog Exercise Area
  • Wetsuit Washing facilities

Presingoll Farm Caravan & Camping Site is pleasantly situated over looking the beautiful North Cornish Coast. The site covers two fields and is surrounded by farmland and our new wildflower meadow. Your dogs get their own exercise field.

Close by you will also be able to check out: for booking extra exercise space (contact Paws direct for this service)

Biking there is plenty of with easy access to many trails and cycle paths suitable for the family or keen mountain biker. Local routes have been featured in Mountain Bike magazines with excellant x-country and dirt trails. Ring or mail for more information. There is even a tram trail to follow from Portreath

Picture of play area   Picture of Facilities Block   Picture of Camp   Picture of Camp   

Local amenities are just a mile from the site within walking distance, these include village shops, a local museum and a selection of restaurants and public houses.

Walking - St. Agnes has wealth of breath-taking walks including the south west coastal path that runs along its cliffs. Along the path you can discover National Trust Moorland, St. Agnes Beacon (a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), rugged cliffs, sheltered beaches, and a bounty of Cornish tin mining heritage.
Central for Touring Cornwall. The lovely sandy beaches of St. Agnes Cove and Chapel Porth are only approximately 1.5 miles from the site and within just a few more miles you can reach the surfing beaches of Porthtowan, Chapel Porth, Gwithian and Newquay.

Horseriding can be arranged with local riding stables giving children the opportunity to experience riding for the first time or for those more experienced a trot or gallop in the countryside.

Events The village has many events throughout the year and it is always great to watch or participate !

Triathlon Photo   Picture of us Biking   Easter at Blue Hills   

Triathlon Photo   Riding Time   South Devon Cows   



1999 Simon Williams