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Keveral Farm Camping nearly always has space for hikers and cyclists.

Keveral Farm Camping is situated 15 miles west of Plymouth and 4 miles east of Looe, and is 15 minutes walk through the woods from Seaton and the coast path.


Walking and Cycling from Plymouth
Hikers:
Take the Cremyl Ferry to Mt. Edgcumbe (2021: adults 2 pounds, bikes 1 pound).

Between Downderry and Seaton, walk along the beach - it is nearly always possible.
There are paths down from the centre of the village.
This is much nicer than walking along the road.

Cyclists:
Cross the River Tamar on the Torpoint Ferry (free), and take the A374 from Torpoint to Antony, then go left to reach the coast road, passing through Crafthole and Downderry before reaching Seaton.

Or take the Cremyll Ferry - but you have to lift your bike onto the boat.
The first few miles will be on quieter and more scenic roads compared to the Torpoint Ferry option.

Do NOT cycle along the A38 from Plymouth.


Walking and Cycling from Seaton to Keveral
Walk up through the woods from Seaton.

This is also the best option if you are cycling (you will need to push your bike).

Do NOT walk up Looe Hill (which starts by the bridge in Seaton) - it's much further than going through the woods.

Looe Hill is also quite steep. If cycling, you may have to push your bike - so take the path through the woods.


Walking to Keveral from the West (Looe direction):
Take the coast path from Looe by taking the path above Looe beach.

After about 10 minutes, the path goes through the residential area of Plaidy, then Millendreath, then up to Bodigga / Bay View Farm.

After a short distance on the road, which is very quiet, the coast path goes alongside this road before re-joining the road just before the Monkey Sanctuary.

Walk straight on past the Monkey Sanctuary, along a very small and quiet road.

At the next junction, go left, passing Penhale campsite on your right.

After another 100m, you will see the start of the Keveral Farm lane on your right.

Walking to Keveral from Looe will take about 1.5 hours.

You can also take the coast path all the way to Seaton, then the bridleway through the woods to Keveral (about 2 hours).


Cycling to Keveral from the West (Looe direction):
We advise avoiding the main road from Looe, which is busy, hilly, bendy, narrow, and no verge or pavement !

We advise going via Millendreath, then the coast path to Bodigga / Bayview Farm, then quiet roads.

From Looe, get to Barbican Road, either by taking Shutta Road (opposite the train station), or Tower Hill then Barbican Hill from central Looe.

Cycle North to meet the main road by St. Martin's church.

Cycle along here for about 200m (there is a pavement you could cycle along.

Take a right to take you to Millendreath.

Push your bike up the bridleway to Bodigga / Bay View Farm.

Cycle straight on past the Monkey Sanctuary, and along a very small and quiet road.

At the next junction, go left, passing Penhale campsite on your right.

After another 100m, you will see the start of the Keveral Farm lane on your right.


Other campsites one day's walk from Keveral
If you are hiking along the coast path, you may also want to check out these reasonably-priced and quite campsites which are about one day's walk from Keveral:

Maker, between Millbrook and Kingsand, 12 miles to the east.

Highertown Farm, a National Trust farm at Lansallos, 10 miles to the west.
Stop for a break at Talland Bay Beach Cafe between Looe and Polperro, one of the best beach cafes in Cornwall.


Cycling in Cornwall
Many of the roads in Cornwall are difficult and dangerous for cycling - bendy, narrow and busy with lots of hills!
But there are also many quiet roads and cycle routes (on-road and off-road), including the 19 mile Camel Trail.
And the road betwen Seaton and Rame Head is probably one of the best cycle routes in Cornwall.
There are leaflets available from tourist offices on cycle routes in Cornwall
More Info: Sustrans.org.uk and VisitCornwall.com.


Contact info
Bookings in advance:
oak.johnson@yahoo.co.uk



Keveral Farm
Looe, Cornwall
PL13 1PA


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