Attractions near Camping Caradon Touring Park

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
Restormel Castle (8 Miles)*
Restormel Castle was once the romantic stronghold of Edward, the Black Prince. Set high on a motted mound, this splendid castle ruin is one of the former strongholds of the Dukes of Cornwall.
Eden Project (10 Miles)*
This Living Theatre of Plants and People is a vibrant reminder of our place in nature and is a living demonstration of regeneration.
Lanhydrock House (10 Miles)*
Lanhydrock House is cleverly laid out as if the family has just stepped out. Buckets are lined up in the housemaids' closets, black boots stand polished by the bed and tobacco pipes lie waiting.
Pinetum Park & Pine Lodge Gardens. (10 Miles)*
Growing the largest collection of plants in any garden in the south west.
Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre (11 Miles)*
The Centre tells the history of diving, salvage and shipwrecks from the earliest times to the present day. It also reveals what life was like in the Georgian village and seaport of Charlestown.
Antony (12 Miles)*
Beautifully situated overlooking the River Lynher, this elegant stately home and estate has been the home of the Carew family for over 600 years. Recently used for the filming of "Alice in Wonderland".
Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and Country Park (13 Miles)*
Wheal Martyn offers a great day out for everyone, set within 26 acres in the heart of Cornwall on the site of two former clay pits, the picturesque site includes nature trails, woodland walks and is home to the UK's only china clay heritage centre.
Old Mill Herbary (14 Miles)*
The Old Mill Herbary is located in an idyllic valley setting, with about 5 acres of semi-wild terraced gardens on a steep south-facing bank.
Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park (14 Miles)*
Created in 1971, the park covers over 800 acres and is owned by Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Councils. Mount Edgcumbe has been famous since the 18th Century for its landscape and gardens.
Pencarrow (15 Miles)*
Pencarrow is a private house still owned and lived in by the Molesworth-St.Aubyn family. The present house was built during the 1760's.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Camping Caradon Touring Park

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Duloe (2 Miles)*
Duloe is a small village about halfway between Liskeard and Looe. Perhaps its most interesting feature is in a field just across the road from the parish church of St. Cuby, a 5th century Cornish saint.
Polperro (2 Miles)*
Polperro is a showpiece harbour village. Picturesque and tightly packed cottages tumble down to fish quay on the inner harbour, once packed with pilchard luggers.
Looe (2 Miles)*
East and West Looe are joined by a Victorian seven-arched bridge, a holiday resort of character, with several beaches, a bustling quayside with a unique Banjo Pier. Looe offers good bathing, yachting, river and sea trips and is a shark fishing.
Lansallos (3 Miles)*
East Looe (4 Miles)*
Lerryn (5 Miles)*
Lerryn is a place that one almost wants to keep secret so that it does not become a popular destination. A beautiful and unspoilt village in a steep sided valley, it lies at the tidal head of a tributary to the River Fowey.
Fowey (6 Miles)*
Fowey (pronounced 'Foy') is a historic seafaring town, with a network of narrow streets climbing up the hills. Once home of the 'Fowey Gallants' the fierce Fowey seamen who raided the coast of France during the Hundred-Year War.
Liskeard (7 Miles)*
Liskeard is a busy market town on a hill, once linked by canal to Looe. The part Norman Church of St. Martin is the second largest in Cornwall.
Tywardreath (8 Miles)*
Tywardreath is in mid Cornwall on the south coast, not far from St Austell and 3 miles south of Fowey. It has magnificent footpaths along the coast and is only a five minute walk from the beach at Par. The city of Truro is 12 miles to the
Lostwithiel (8 Miles)*
Lostwithiel is today a quiet, charming market town, which was the capital of the Duchy of Cornwall in the 13th century.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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