Little Wenfork Campsite – Activities
The Campsite provides a peaceful location where the views of both Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor can be admired. Based in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Tamar Valley, the Campsite is an excellent base to explore the various attractions such as, Cotehele Estate, Sailing, Fishing & Boat trips along the River Tamar. Visitors can walk along the country lanes and take in the surrounding countryside, directly from the campsite.
The Nationally acclaimed Duchy College specialising in agriculture and sports is only two miles away. The campsite is ideally situated for this venue.
A good bus service is available from Treburley (0.5 miles walk), to Callington and Plymouth in the south, Launceston and Bude to the north.
Callington is an ancient market town with a famous mural trail under the shadow of Kit Hill, a Country Park, in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
|Launceston is the ancient capital and gateway to Cornwall, with its Castle (National Heritage). The town has a good selection of local shops, supported by easily accessable car parking.
Local Markets and businesses produce and use a wide range of local produce such as Yarg Cheese, Cornish Pasties, Beef and Sea food.
The local public house, ‘The Springer Spaniel’ is only 1/2 a miles walk away down a lovely single track Cornish lane. They serve very good food made from local produce together with a wide selection of real ales, wines and spirits.
Visit Cowslip to try your hand at arts & crafts with classes and workshops in Patchwork, Knitting and Quilting.
Little Wenfork Campsite is situated in the parish of Lezant.