Holiday Parks and Campsites in Hayle

Sleeping under the stars, barbeques, getting back to nature...sounds idyllic doesn’t it? Camping in Cornwall offers a laidback holiday style. Enjoy the simple pleasure of being part of the great outdoors, spending time with friends or family and waking under canvas. Hayle sits on the edge of a beautiful estuary leading into St Ives Bay. To the north lie three miles of golden sand, whilst the town itself has changed greatly since its days as an industrial heartland during Cornwall’s mining boom years.


Spend days on the beach and nights under the stars on your next adventure in Cornwall. Pitch up and enjoy the great outdoors at a caravan or campsite, or head to a holiday park where you'll find everything you need for a quality break in Cornwall.

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Holiday Parks and Campsites in Hayle

Holiday Parks and Campsites in Cornwall make the perfect setting for memorable holidays with all the family. Nestled within Cornwall's picturesque countryside or along its breathtaking coastline, these sites offer a variety of accommodation choices to suit everyone. From spacious camping pitches for tents and motorhomes, to cosy cabins, lodges, or static caravans, visitors can find their ideal home away from home.

One of the biggest advantages of holiday parks and campsites in Cornwall is the abundance of amenities and facilities available to guests. These include modern shower and toilet blocks, laundry facilities, well-stocked shops for essentials, children's play areas, and even swimming pools or leisure complexes for added entertainment and relaxation. Many sites also offer on-site restaurants, cafes, or bars, providing convenience and a variety of dining options.

FAQ's Hayle

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  • Yes you can, the best way is along the South West Coast Path which leaves Hayle and follows the estuary inland past the RSPB nature reserve. It then heads for Lelant before rounding the mouth of the estuary on the west side and heading through Carbis Bay to St Ives.

    Approximately seven miles of easy walking, should take about three hours to complete.

    You can catch a bus back.

  • Hayle is famous for being at the forefront of the Cornish mining industry in the 1800s. It was here that most of the machinery built to power and pump out mines all over the world at that time was built.

    These days it's probably better known for being close to some of the finest beaches in Cornwall, and home to Phillps, makers of Cornish pasties.

  • There's a good selection of shops, from galleries and antique shops to large supermarkets such as ASDA and Lidl. On the A30 where you turn off to Hayle is a small out of town shopping area with a M&S and Next amongst other shops.

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