Cape Cornwall

Important notice -

Cape Cornwall car park is open. Toilet facilities are usually available seven days a week, 10am - 4.30pm. Little Wonder Café (not National Trust). There is no overnight parking or camping permitted at Cape Cornwall.

The distinctive headland juts out into the ocean where two great bodies of water meet. Part of the Tin Coast and Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.

Dog walking on a lead

Visiting the 'Tin Coast' with your dog 

Visiting the the 'Tin Coast' with your dog? An area filled with natural beauty and the ruins of industrial mining heritage, find out the best way to explore this part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site with your four-legged friends.

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Our work

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Hay Meadows at Cape Cornwall 

Rare bees have found their home in the hay meadows at Cape Cornwall. Read about how we manage the meadows for the benefit to wildlife.

Pony at Boswednack

Conservation Grazing in West Cornwall 

If you’re out walking the coast and countryside in West Cornwall you may come across some furry conservation grazers in the form of ponies. Find out more about how they are helping us with our important conservation work.

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Man with drone

Flying drones at our places 

Drones can be flown above our places only if special permission is given. Click here for information about the National Trust's policy on the use of drones.