Things to do in Camelford, Cornwall
The historic town of Camelford is situated between the Atlantic coast and Bodmin Moor.
The ancient Slaughter Bridge is the legendary site of King Arthur's last battle.
Camelford is a good walking centre, just south of the town is a footpath leading on to the moor.
Rough Tor, in the care of the National Trust - Over 100 Bronze Age round houses, numerous burial cairns, early enclosure linking Rough Tor to Little Rough Tor, the remains of the medieval chapel of St. Michael (AD1371) at the summit.
North Cornwall Museum and Gallery - The Museum shows many aspects of life in North Cornwall from 50-100 years ago.
There are sections on the tools in various trades and on the domestic side a wide range of exhibits from clothes to early vacuum cleaners.
Nearby Crowdy Reservoir offers trout fishing, and at Davidstow is the Moorland Flying Club.
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