About Music Water Touring Park
Music Water is a family run campsite that has been operating in the heart of Cornwall for many years. If you’re looking for camping or caravanning near Padstow, this is the place for you! We pride ourselves on offering a unique experience in a beautiful location: perfectly situated in the middle of the countryside, but a still only a short distance from some of Cornwall’s top attractions. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed family holiday, a base to explore the Duchy, or an activity filled getaway, Music Water is the perfect spot to pitch your tent or caravan!
The site has separate paddock layout, which is perfect for those who prefer natural, unspoilt country surroundings. We cater for tents, caravans and motor homes, and offer electrical hook-ups where required. If you don’t fancy bringing your own accommodation, static caravans are also available for hire. There are also onsite toilets, and hot showers for after a long day of running around!
Just because we’re in the in the countryside, that’s not to say we’re in the middle of nowhere. On the doorstep is the picturesque fishing village Padstow; still a working port, it is now also a foodie haven known for incredible seafood. The historic market town of Wadebridge is just 7 miles away, with boutiques featuring local produce and an all-important supermarket. Cornwall’s majestic Atlantic coast is close by, offering towering cliff and stretches of golden sand – perfect for coastal walks, lazy beach days and evening BBQs.
Whether you fancy surfing or sailing; golf or cycling; a spot of fishing, or even something a tad more indulgent, Music Water is perfectly situated for almost any activity!
The Camel Trail is a short drive away, and ideal for walking or cycling along the river. There are cycle hires at both ends of the trail – we recommend starting in Padstow, then treating yourself to Fish and Chips by the harbour when you’re finished!
If you’re looking for action, it may be worth heading to Harlyn Bay. The Harlyn Surf School offers surf lessons for beginners and intermediates, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, and coasteering. Equipment is included with all lessons – so whether you’re a complete newbie or an experienced watersports guru, there should be something to suit you.
And at the end of an active day, there are a multitude of incredible restaurants on our doorstep. Padstow hosts three eateries from Rick Stein, as well as a Michelin star restaurant from Paul Ainsworth. For those looking for a more relaxed atmosphere, there is Rojanos, in the square. In Bodmin, the newly opened St Tudy Inn offers delicious meals made using locally sourced seasonal produce.
For more recommendations on great places to visit locally, visit our Out & About page.