The Carlyon Bay Camping Park is an ideal base from which to enjoy all the delights of the surrounding area, but we also cater for our guests on-site as well, children's playgrounds, kiddies corner, the inviting swimming and paddling pools, table tennis, crazy golf, pool, it's all here, and of course with so much space the children are welcome to bring their bicycles as well.
FREE WIFI... We have free wifi available on the park
Yes. We are a very child friendly site and there is plenty of room for bicycles and general play. We ask car drivers to observe the 5mph speed limits and to be aware that children on bikes, skateboards, rollerblades etc are around. In return we ask parents to ensure that their children are riding/skating sensibly and not at excessive speeds, and are careful when playing near pitches with footballs etc. No motorised or electrically propelled boards or hoverboards are permitted.
No the Wifi is free, and we now have coverage over most areas of the park, although with so many trees and shrubs we are not able to guarantee every pitch can receive the wifi signal. Please Note: the wifi network is designed for general web browsing, email and social networking usage. We are unable to guarantee that it will support high bandwidth applications such as gaming, video calling, streaming and catchup programmes requiring large file downloads, especially during busy periods such as early evening and when the park is full.
Yes. The nearest beach is approx 10 minutes to walk at a leisurely pace. At the time of writing access to the beach can be on foot, down the tarmac road which is a Public Right of Way or a courtesy mini bus provides transport from a small top beach car park down onto the sands and back. The old Cornwall Coliseum buildings have been demolished and the site cleared completely, making way for some lovely summer 'pop up' types of businesses for visitors. No construction work is currently being undertaken. The beach access road is a Public Right of Way and you will follow a wide path onto the sands. There are public toilets which are clean and well maintained. The beach is also being kept clean, and previous visitors will know that the sea water quality is excellent.
Sorry, no, this is not permitted. There are major supermarkets within 3 miles of the park and we have a well stocked shop on site. It also helps to reduce the unnecessary movement of large vehicles around the park.
If you need a doctor during normal surgery hours, the number of the local surgery is kept at reception or in the telephone kiosk. Outside surgery hours, by ringing the NHS 111 number you will receive a recorded message with options and you can select to be put through to the out of hours service. Usually you will be seen by appointment at one of the local hospital units either at St Austell or Bodmin. For dental issues call the NHS 111 number. There is minor accident and emergency unit at St Austell, all major incidents would be sent to Treliske Hospital Truro.