Maker Camping is a ‘wild basic site’ open from Easter to the end of Sept.
It is located on the beautiful Rame Peninsula, also known as Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner only 5 mins drive from the surf beach at Whitsand Bay.
We welcome groups and families. We have showers and flushing toilets and a few basic compost loos on site.
The unspoilt site boasts a wide range of unusual flora and fauna including deer, owls and skylarks with camping in natural surroundings. Maker has a bar, gigs twice a month, a festival, gallery/ museum and visitors centre/cafe on site. Only 10 mins walk from beaches, pubs and cafes.
We are a short walk from the Villages of Kingsand and Cawsand where there are beaches, shops, pubs and cafes and a cash machine. Millbrook is just down the hill with supermarkets, shops, fish and chips, cafe, newsagents and hardware and a cash machine. Plymouth is just a ferry ride away from Cawsand or Cremyl. Visit the historic Barbican, Plymouth Hoe, Aquarium and shopping centre.
Large Pitch RestrictionsAs we have lots of space we don’t have any restrictions on larger tents. Families should pitch in the Sea View camping field.
Campfire DetailsLog fires and BBQ's allowed in designated areas. Logs are available for purchase at reception.
Facilities DetailsPlease note that there are no electric hook-ups and no chemical toilet disposal. Also, if there are adverse weather conditions, vehicles may not be allowed on the camping field to protect the grass.
On The Map
A38 to the Trerulefoot roundabout then take the A374, following the brown signs towards Mount Edgcumbe. Maker is on your right, a mile past Millbrook.
Public Transport Train to Plymouth then the Cawsand Ferry to Cawsand Beach; walk or take bus no. 81 to the site.
Maker Camping, Maker Heights, Millbrook, Torpoint, Cornwall