Hello and Welcome

Gweek Campsite is a modest affair, best as a base for families. Open from 1st March til December. We have 8 tent pitches (3 can accomodate small campervans) and 2 Glamping units: The Tiny House on wheels (sleeps max 6) and large Shepherds Hut (sleeps max 4). Sorry, no Motorhomes or caravans. 

Children under 12 years old are FREE on our campsite!  Luxury Toilet/shower units. Our basic Pitch Charges per night are:

£15 for the first person, then an additional £10 per person after that - up to a maximum of 6 people per pitch. Hot showers are included and you will have the option of buying some firewood from us for the communal campfire. The 3 Pitches with electrical Hook up cost an extra £5. Glamping in Shepherds Hut or Tiny House costs £80 (whether just one person or full).  We require a non-refundable deposit of ~ 30% in advance.The person booking must be over 18 years old and one adult per pitch needs to be a member of the Greener Camping Club. (Membership to the Greener Camping Club costs £10 per year will be added to the final cost of this booking if you are not already a member). The difference (~70%) is paid upon arrival

The Greener Camping Club - Certified Site

About Gweek

Gweek Village is within walking distance and is an attraction in its own right - with the hub of activity in and around the boatyard, positioned at the highest point of the Helford Estuary. Gweek has a Cafe, Pub with food, Shop & Post Office and of course, one of Cornwall’s Best Days out: the Cornish Seal Sanctuary. Within 5 miles we have: Helston which has several supermarkets and the Natural Store and Cast Cafe, Culdrose Airfield Viewing Area and then there is the rather luring delicious food at the Potager Garden. Pretty much all of Cornwall’s main attractions are within an hour’s drive from Gweek and the nearest beaches are ¼ hr away.  In total Cornwall offers a tremendous range of tourist experiences and places to visit. See our attractions page for more things to see and do. 

About Cornwall

Cornwall County lies mostly on the Cornubian Batholith – a large granite rock and is known for it’s wild and beautiful coastal areas. Historically it has strong links to the Celts, Legends and Industry. It is now a poor area compared to the European average and the main employment sectors here are in agriculture (incl. fishing) and Tourism.

To ask questions:  go to Contact

To view details of our pitches and book, go to Bookings