Keveral Farm is a farming community, established in 1973. There are now about fourteen adults and ten children who manage a 30-acre organic farm. Most members have their own vegetable plots, and some of this supplies restaurants and the vegetables box scheme. The land is diverse and consists of woodlands, horticulture and fields. It's only 15 minutes walking to the beach and the place is unspoilt by mass tourism.
The Orchard campsite is vehicle-free. It is 100m from the unloading point. There is a trolley for your luggage. The Funky Field campsite has vehicle access and can accomodate campervans. In total there are twelve pitches. No facilities for caravans. There are compost toilets and flushing ones, and an electric shower (free). There are shared camp fires which you can cook on and relax around. The Visitor's Barn has simple kitchen facilities for £1 per day per person extra (subject to availability). Two yurts and two bell tents are available for hire. Organic vegetables can be bought at the farm.
From Keveral, it’s a 15-minute walk through the woods to the beach at Seaton, which is good for swimming. It is safe for children here. Seaton has a pub and a beach cafe, and there is a Countryside Park in the river valley. There are many public footpaths in the area including the Coast Path, and many good beaches. Bodmin Moor is 30 km, and The Eden Project, a huge botanical garden with emphasis on biodiversity is 40 km away.
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Special target groups
Member of WWOOF (Willing Workers On Organic Farms)
Pets are not allowed
A part-time farm
Organic or biodynamic farmHorticulture, Forestry