Local Attractions

In addition to miles of beaches and stunning cliff coastline on the South West Coastal path, there is so much to explore during your glamping getaway at Wigwam Holidays Grassington Farm. Check out the local attractions below (all located within approx. 30 mins drive) to make the most out of your time in this very special part of the UK.

Flambards Theme Park

Flambards theme park is the perfect family day out in Cornwall with a large selection of rides to suit everyone - from thrill seekers to those who prefer a gentler pace. There is plenty to enjoy even on rainy days with immersive indoor attractions including a life-size Victorian village and Britain in the Blitz exhibit.

Cornish Seal Sanctuary

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek is a charity that rescues and rehabilitates grey seal pups from around the Cornish coastline. Each year, the Sanctuary rehabilitates over 70 seal pups that have been rescued for various reasons, from malnourishment to being separated from their mum. Visit the Sanctuary to experience wonderful marine animals up close and learn about their individual characters.

Penrose Estate 

Come and immerse yourself in the woodland surrounding Cornwall's largest natural lake. Penrose features stretches of coastline, open parkland, and plenty of trails ideal for walking, running, and cycling.

King Edward Mine Museum

Step back in time to discover the history of tin mining in Cornwall. From here, you can access the Great Flat Lode Trail - a 7.5 mile route that encircles Carn Brea, the hill that overlooks the former industrial towns of Redruth and Camborne.

Tehidy Woods

A scenic country park with over 9 miles of walking and cycling trails, local wildlife, open-air theatre productions & an onsite cafe/picnic area.

St Michael's Mount

Cross the granite causeway between mid and low tide to reach St Michael's Mount; a rocky island crowned by a medieval church and castle found off the coast of Marazion.


An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its own microclimate - visit Helford Passage Beach, Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens and The Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary.

Stithians Reservoir

Both a hub of activity and a peaceful escape. Stithians Reservoir has something for everyone to enjoy, including windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and canoeing.

More for the kids

  • Whealdream Football Golf

  • Roller Skating at Rollers Roller Rink

  • Indoor Soft Play at Base Camp

  • Lazer Tag at Raze the Roof


  • St Ives, Hayle, and Phillack - miles, and miles of sandy beaches.

  • Perranporth - ideal for surfing, snorkeling, sailing and generally splashing around in the miles of golden sand.

  • Newquay - renowned surfing town.

  • The Lizard Peninsula - beautiful and dramatic coastline with sandy beaches, small coves, beautiful scenery and quaint thatched cottages. Visit Housel Bay, Lizard Lighthouse, Church Cove, Coverack, Cadgwith, Kynance, Gunwalloe and Kennack Sands.

Popular attractions 60/90 min away

  • Charlestown (UNESCO World Heritage Site) - Shipwreck Treasure Museum, location for TV's Poldark.

  • Eden Project

  • Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm – Home of ‘Rattler’ cider.

  • Land’s End peninsula (stunning views & vast beaches) -  Minack Open Air Theatre, Porthcurno Beach, Museum of Global Communications, Zennor, Sennen.