(other than relax)
South Forda Park is ideally located to travel deeper into Cornwall via idyllic country roads or the Atlantic Highway (A39). You will encounter the spectacular scenery of the North Cornwall coast with the closest beach only 3 miles away. The Nearest village to us Kilkhampton (http://www.cornwalls.co.uk/kilkhampton) and has everything you need including a post office, toy shop, hair dresser, Co-op and 2 local pubs (London Inn and New Inn) other pubs not far include Bush Inn and Tree Inn.
Other Villages to visit
Bude - http://www.cornwalls.co.uk/Bude - a seaside town with its beaches, 18 hole golf course, indoor leisure pool and bowling center. There are also three supermarkets in Bude, Morrisons, Co-op and Sainsburys. The town has a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants - 7 miles away or 15 mins by car.
Clovelly - www.clovelly.co.uk - the steep village of Clovelly features a cobbled street that tumbles down past gleaming white cottages to the small harbour - 13 miles away or 23 mins by car.
Boscastle - www.nationaltrust.org.uk/boscastle/ - lovely harbour village in an Area of Outstanding beauty - 20 miles away or 37 mins by car.
Tintagel - www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/tintagel-castle - a place inextricably linked with the legend of King Arthur, the Round Table - 25 miles away or 40 mins by car.
Port Isaac - www.portisaac-online.co.uk/ - or Port Wenn if you are a Doc Martin Fan - 31 miles away or 52 mins by car.
Rock - www.cornwalls.co.uk/Rock - right opposite Padstow on the River Camel. With loads to do on the water windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, water skiing and many more - 36 miles away or 1 hour by car.
Padstow - www.padstowlive.com - home of Rick Stein restaurant, Padstow is a Cornish fishing port with cafes, restaurants, pubs and lots of shops - 41 miles away or 1 hour 10 mins by car.
Watergate Bay - https://www.watergatebay.co.uk - home of Jamie Oliver's restaurant as well as a water sports and beach haven including kite surfing, kite buggy-ing, surfing and many more - 48 miles away or 1 hour 12 mins by car.
Try also taking a look at the National Trust's website for more places to visit just click the link - www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Beaches to Visit
Sandymouth - Owned by the National Trust this beach has a car park located at the top where you have to walk down a short valley to get to the beach. Sandymouth is a nice peaceful beach which also has a cafe plus public toilets - 5 miles away or 12 mins by car.
Duckpool - This is a surfers beach but only for the experienced as it can be dangerous for swimming. It is a pebbly beach and not very big but very picturesque. This also has a National Trust car park and easy access to the beach - 5.5 miles away or 13 mins by car.
Northcott Mouth - At low tide this beach is sandy but rocky which creates rock pools ideal for children to explore. This beach has no toilets but does have a National Trust car Park. The waves are good for surfers if they do not mind the the rocky reefs - 7.2 miles away or 18 minutes.
Crooklets Beach - One of 2 beaches in Bude and a very popular surfing beach. At low tide there is of golden sand and it's ideal for families as close to a beach cafe, showers and a very accessible car park - 6.9 miles away or 17 mins by car.
Summerleaze Beach - The second beach in Bude - closer to the center of Bude and near the picturesque canal and the river Neet. Also Popular with families - 7.6 miles away or 18 mins by car.
Widemouth Bay - Another beach very popular with surfers and families. There are toilet facilities, cafes and car parks at both ends of the beach - 10 miles away or 18 minutes by car.
Crackington Haven - Renowned as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beach is pebbly at high tide but sandy at low. There is cafe, family pub (The Coombe Barton Inn), toilet facilities and a small for beach items - 16.4 miles away or 28 minutes by car.
North Cornwall is a renowned surfing coast with its superb beaches, spectacular countryside and beautiful towns and villages. The rugged coastline is dotted with tiny coves and shallow bays.
Fancy a surfing lesson? then take a look at the following surf schools:
There is so much to see and do from walking to windsurfing. With a warmer climate than the rest of England, Cornwall has a number of botanical gardens and nature reserves.
You are spoilt for choice with something to suit all tastes which include: The Milky Way, The Big Sheep, The Eden Project (1 hour drive), The Launceston Steam Railway (open during summer only) and The Tamar Lakes (walking distance) where there is a variety of water sports and fishing.
Several golf courses are in the area such as Holsworthy, Trethorne and Launceston. The Bude & North Cornwall Golf Club is located in the center of Bude surrounded by the town, coast and countryside. A very good golf course close by is Ivyleaf, which is open 7 days a week, no booking is required and welcomes non-members.