Here at Canna farm we offer camping in a relaxed and tranquil environment in the heart of Cornwall. Situated within a unique fusion of natural and historic landscape, we are well placed to explore on foot, by bike or car. With a great many exciting places within reach, there really is something for everyone.
We are a small, family run business with only 10 pitches over two fields. The rest is left free for roaming, relaxing or playing! We are striving to have as low an environmental impact as possible. Camping by its nature seems to create a large amount of rubbish, so we offer a comprehensive recycling area to minimise refuse sent to landfill. Our facilities are also built with the environment in mind. The loos are composting and turn waste into nutrients, our (hot) showers run on harvested rainwater with top ups from our spring and hot water for the handwash is provided by the sun (and the rain!) The fields are separated by rustic, traditional walls and hedgerows with flower meadows and long grass to attract wildlife and create beauty! We also like to support local businesses by stocking Cornish produce and firewood. Individuals, couples, families and dogs are all welcome
Here's what our customers say
The location was a perfect spot for exploring Cornwall. The site was well equipped with everything we needed. The toilets and showers were clean. The playground was just the right size. Nicki was the most welcoming host, providing us with space to relax, wood for the firepit and a few essentials from the little shop.
This is the nicest campsite I've stayed in a long time. A real campsite too - peaceful, big pitches, eco facilities with as little disruption to the surroundings as possible and a little farm shop on site. Nicki is lovely and has clearly put a lot of work into making this site as great as it is!
The place is a great setting. Peaceful and clean and well kept. I really enjoyed the serene landscape and the simple life at the farm. Nicki was so helpful with useful tips and hints to explore the area in and around Saint Austell, Charlestown and further what to see in Lands End and Saint Ives. Really enjoyed cycling and walking. As a novice camper, the bell tent was a great base. You just bring your cooking equipment and towels and it takes the hassle out of setting a tent if you are not ready for that. All in all loved the stay and will be back for sure.