The Camel Trail

Just a short distance from our North Cornwall holiday park you will find The Camel Trail, an 18 mile, largely traffic free cycle trail which runs between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.

The Camel Trail runs along the disused railway line, meandering alongside The Camel Estuary, providing access to some of Cornwall’s best wildlife and beautiful landscapes. The trail is mostly flat meaning it’s ideal for both families and experienced cyclers.

Beautiful landscape

Enjoy the striking contrasts in scenery as you explore through Blisland’s extraordinarily pretty moorland village with award winning pub, onto Bodmin’s historic railway line, weaving through the wonderful woodland of the Camel Valley. Sit side by side the Camel Estuary as you head from Wadebridge to Padstow. The wetlands that sit by the Estuary are a hot spot for nature lovers, with otters and kingfishers often making an appearance.

Hire a bike

The best way to really cover some ground is on two wheels. There are plenty of places to hire a bike along the trail. But be warned, The Camel Trail is extremely popular in school holidays so it’s a good idea to reserve your bikes in advance.

Hire From Ruthern Valley

Hire From Ruthern Valley

After all the essentials are packed, it might seem impossible to fit in the bikes! The children’s bikes may fit but what about Mum and Dad’s? Don’t worry, we have adult bikes for hire!

Hire a bike from our holiday park from just £10 per day!

Padstow Cycle Hire

Padstow Cycle Hire

With a huge range of bikes available, you’re bound to fine something to suit everyone in your group. With everything from Comfort Hybrids to Tagalongs, Tandems and even Electric Bikes!

Be sure to call Padstow Cycle hire on 01841 533533 book.

Grab A Bite To Eat

After a good few hours of cycling, it’s time for some well earnt grub! There are plenty of places to stop along the cycle route (plus some great picnic spots). Take your pick from traditional pubs to converted vintage carriage cafes!

  • The Borough Arms: A traditional pub which sits directly above the trail in Bodmin. Choose from pub grub favourites inducing a pretty impressive Sunday roast.
  • The Camel Trail Tea Garden: Located half way between Bodmin and Wadebridge, serving great cream teas. Or something stronger from the neighbouring Camel valley Vineyard!
  • Molesworth Arms: Wadebridge is home to plenty of foodie favourites. One of our favourites is the Moleswoth arms – Wadebridge’s oldest watering hole located in the heart of the town.
  • Atlantic Coast Express: Between Wadebridge and Padstow you will find the vintage train carriage which has been converted into a custom-made open-air café. Serving a range of homemade delights such as cakes, crêpes, coffees, ice creams and more!
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