Information for campers & campervans

Campsite FAQ

Can I bring food into the campsite?

Yes, food is permitted in the campsite. Please note NOT on the festival site (with exceptions for those with medical needs – please see our festival guide for more info).

Can I park by my tent?

No. Car parking for campers is located nearby. No vehicles will be allowed in the camping field.

Can I bring my dog?

Regrettably, no dogs are allowed on the campsite or main festival site.

Is there a shuttle bus to the festival?

Yes, a charity operated shuttle bus service runs from the campsite to Perranporth beach car park at regular intervals throughout the day. There is a suggested donation of £2 for the journey to the festival. The return journey is free.

Can I have an awning on my campervan?

Due to campervans being situated on tarmac at the campsite, you will be unable to erect an awning.

What is the address of the campsite?

Our festival campsite is located at Perranporth airfield.

The address is:

Perranporth Airfield,
Higher Trevellas,
St Agnes.


Info for Campers

About our Campsite

Our campsite is located at the top of St George’s Hill at Perranporth Airfield (Note- This is NOT the Anchor Barrow Campsite!). We have procured this unique location to provide affordable camping for our guests despite the festival being held at peak-summer in Cornwall, when the majority of local camp sites and other accommodation are fully booked or extremely expensive!

Our camp site is split into two sections; an area on grass for tents and a tarmac area adjacent to this for campervans. Please note that as the campervan area is situated on tarmac, it is not suitable for awnings which require soft ground for pegging.

Weekend Camping tickets are available which include camping and festival access in a single ticket. If you’re not sure whether you will be camping or decide later; you can purchase Camping Add-On tickets in our ticket shop. 

Opening hours

The campsite opening hours for arrivals are:

  • Thursday – 6pm to 10pm
  • Friday – 8am to 10pm
  • Saturday – 8am to 10pm
  • Sunday – 8am to 10pm
  • Campsite closes at mid-day on Monday.
Please note that the campsite vehicle gates will be locked overnight from 10pm to 8am each day. Overnight access to the campsite will be permitted only via our shuttle bus or on foot.

Our campsite is staffed by our security team 24/7, so in the event of any personal emergency you will be able to exit the campsite in your vehicle by speaking to our security team, however you will not be permitted to re-enter until the campsite vehicle gates re-open.


When you arrive in your vehicle, our campsite staff will ask you to show them your camping ticket. We recommend showing this on your phone if possible (no need to print your ticket!). If you’re camping, you will then be directed to park your vehicle in the campsite parking area. Campervans will be directed to the campervan area. You are then free to set up your tent and get comfortable before catching the shuttle bus to the festival site, where you will need to show your tickets to collect your green campsite wristband. You will not be allowed to re-enter the campsite without your camping wristband.

Please note that no vehicles will be permitted directly in the camping area. The camping car park is located close by, and help is on hand to help you carry your bags…

We will have a team of very strong and helpful scouts with trolleys to help you transport your belongings from your vehicle to your pitching spot. These scouts are raising money for a good cause – please tip generously!



Our campsite provides:

  • Parking for all campers and campervans. A separate car parking area is available for those with tents; whilst campervans will be directed to our campervan / motorhome area. 
  • Shuttle buses running continuously throughout the day to and from the Perranporth Beach carpark. The festival is a 600m walk across the beach from the drop-off / pick-up location. 
  • Showers, toilets & clean running water.
  • 24 hour security.
  • Fire safety.
  • Vendors selling breakfast, hot drinks and snacks in the morning and evening

Please note:

  • We regret that no dogs are allowed on the campsite.
  • Our campsite does not provide foulage disposal and is suitable for self-contained campervans only. 
  • Cooking nearby tents is a fire hazard and is not permitted. There will be a designated cooking area for open fires/barbecues/stoves. 

Shuttle Bus Donations

We will be asking for a £2 donation per round-trip on our shuttle bus which can be paid when boarding the bus from the campsite. Your kind and generous donation will go to the Scouts Foundation who will be on site volunteering and assisting anyone at need. The scouts are attempting to raise money for a large upcoming trip they are wanting to attend this year and your donation will help them out!

Return trips from the beach to the campsite are free and you do not need a ticket. 


Bins and fresh drinking water will be provided at the campsite. Please bring a re-usable bottle with you to minimise the use of single-use plastics. Our water is fresh and delicious! 

Prohibited Items

No dogs
No Sound systems or drums
No Generators
No Sky Lanterns or Kites
No drones
No Illegal Drugs 
No Knives or Weapons
No Glass
No Flares
Portable camping stoves and off ground BBQs at the discretion of security


Take it easy after a hard day on the beach in one of our cosy 1-4 person glamping bell tents.

Pre set up and ready for your arrival our glamping packages are your chance for a happy and hassle free stay.

Help is at hand!

We will have a group of very helpful scouts at our campsite equipped with trolleys to help you carry your bags & tents from your vehicles and get comfortable.

The scouts are raising money for an upcoming trip - please bring some change and dontate generously!


The entrance to our campsite is off the the B3285 and is clearly marked with signage and flags. Please see the Google Map below for the precise location.

Latitude: 50°19’50.2″N 
Longtitude: 5°10’20.4″W