Located at the very edge of England, on the remote island of St Agnes, Troytown Campsite is right by the beach and enjoys incredible panoramic views across the Atlantic, Bishop Rock Lighthouse, the rugged western rocks and the uninhabited island of Annet.
Wake up to the sound of the sea, spend your day relaxing on the white sand of the campsites own beach, then after dining alfresco, watch the sunset from your tent and count shooting stars in the crystal clear night sky.
At peak times the campsite is the perfect family site, visited by the same families year after year, for the fabulous views, sandy beach and the safe, traffic-free, natural environment. Outside of the school summer holidays, the campsite is the perfect retreat, with peace and quiet and beautiful scenery in abundance.
Good to know
On-site shop sells Troytown Farm ice cream, farm produce & camping gas
Hire kayaks & paddle boards from the beach
Luggage can be collected on arrival by tractor and trailer
No cars, no caravans, just canvas
Booking is essential for school holidays
The island has a great pub, cafe & restaurant for eating out
Boat trips to the other islands, wildlife & fishing trips
Campsite Pitch Availability
Due to cancellations, we now have a couple of pitches available in the school summer holidays, when we were previously fully booked. They are usually snapped up quickly so please get in touch if you want to book during that time.
We also have pitches for all other dates, including the Whitsun half-term holiday and for the Gig World Championships weekend.
The campsite facilities include:
- Ladies and Gents Toilets
- Shaver points
- Hair dryers
- Washing up room
- Secure lockers for charging phones, laptops etc...
- On site farm shop selling our own produce
- Freezer Block service (20p)
- Hot showers (token operated)
- Hand-basins (hot and cold water)
- Baby changing table
- Washing machine (£3)
- Tumble dryer (£1)
- Luggage transfer to and from the quay (£3.50)
- Cafe's, pub, restaurant & shop a short walk away
St Agnes and the adjoining island of Gugh are beautiful and unspoilt, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The island of St Agnes is only one mile across so the many carns and coves can be explored on foot. A great pub, cafe and shop are only a short walk away.
During the sumer months it is essential to book in advance, please check first for availability. Outside of peak times, you are welcome to arrive at short notice. If you are new to camping or the islands, please see our FAQs and travel pages for advice on making the most of your holiday.
We welcome school groups, scout groups and activity groups such as swimmers, kayakers or diving clubs.
Dogs are permitted on the campsite, but during the school summer holidays we have a strict limit of one dog per party. We also have a limit on the number of dogs on the site at any one time, so it is essential to arrange this with us prior to your arrival. We ask that dogs are kept on a lead on the site and around the farm and they cause no nuisance by barking or fouling.