Local Activities

North Cornwall has unique character all year round. Through October, November, Christmas and New Year is the time for bracing walks, exploring museums or the Eden Project and delicious gourmet meals. Spring is the time to visit the lovely Cornish gardens such as The Lost Gardens of Heligan. May, June and September are perfect for preschool children; July and August are for all the family to have fun together.


Ski School

As well as water skiing and banana boating, the Camel Ski School offers Ski lessons, Equipment hire, Banana boat rides, Boat repairs and storage, Engine servicing and Qualified Instuctors' Training to Instructor level for power boats and water skiing, essential in the summer months on this busy estuary (01208) 862727.

Sailing Lessons

The Camel School of Seamanship, RYA and AALA licensed sailing school, provides sailing lessons for every level or you can rent your own Cornish Shrimper or Wayfarer and enrol in a driving a power boat safely course.

Tel: 01208 862 881
e-mail: Info@camelsailing.co.uk

Surfing at Polzeath, rent your wetsuit/ equipment at TJ’ s on the beach.


Sightseeing & Walks

Sightseeing at St Enodoc Church, recovered from the sand dunes and final resting place of Sir John Betjemen.

Take the ferry over to the historic fishing port of Padstow and visit Prideaux Place.

Walking out to the Rumps to look for seals, or consult the OS map for the huge variety of local scenic walks.


Bike along the Camel Trail, the disused railway line to Wadebridge and Bodmin, rent your bike from Padstow Cycles or Glynn Davies. Golf is available for a green fee at Roserrow or St Enodoc Linkside course.


Sea Fishing

Sea Angling, fun for all the family, all tackle supplied available at the ponton in Rock.

Contact Information

Penmayne Lane
Cornwall PL27 6NL


Call 03332 020899 and select option 1


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