Opening times for 2 December 2023
Asset Opening time Godrevy countryside Dawn - Dusk Toilet 10:00 - 17:00 First car park Dawn - Dusk Field car parking area Closed
Car Parking on the fields is weather dependant, closing during and after rain when the land would get too damaged.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Godrevy Café open most days (not NT)
Dog restriction on the beach from Harveys Towans - Godrevy Point, 1 July - 31 August, 10am - 6pm
First car park open year round (limited space). Extra field parking open in the warmer months, weather and ground conditions dependant
Visitor toilets in the car park field on the headland
Steep and uneven access down to the beach. Accessible toilet in headland parking area. Level but unmetalled parking by concession café. Accessible path from field parking to the headland.
Accessible route and/or map
Accessible path from the field parking area up to the headland
Level access to food outlet
Fairly level access to Godrevy Café
Accessible toilet in block in the field parking on the headland
Fairly level paths from the first car park area along to the headland, on a level board walk in places.
In small parking area on the way up to the headland, beyond the first visitor car park
Uneven steps, ramps and paths
Just off B3301, North of Gwithian village
Footpath routes via coastal footpath & footpath linked with Tehidy Country Park. From Gwithian village walk through St Gothian's nature reserve.
Hayle station is 5 miles away
Check out www.gocornwallbus.co.uk/services for up to date timetables and routes See our walking trail for more info: nationaltrust.org.uk/godrevy/trails/getting-to-godrevy-from-the-bus-stop
NCN3 runs through nearby Hayle and Camborne
Coast walks and beaches
Popular beach and coast path. Layers of history hidden underground, including Stone Age settlements and stabilised dune systems.
Towering headland next to Godrevy, home to grassland plant species such as bladder campion, scabious and self heal.
The North Cliffs
The South West Coast path weaves along the clifftops, high above the sea, between Godrevy and Portreath.
For a walk steeped in local history that leads you across clifftop pathways with glorious ocean views, try the Godrevy to Hell's Mouth coastal walk.
Godrevy Café (not Trust owned) welcomes everyone, from dog walkers to beach hoppers. There's a tempting menu of hot and cold food and drink, with an ice cream hut in the summer.
Godrevy's awe-inspiring expanse of sandy beach leads on to wildlife-rich headlands and the dramatic coves of the North Cliffs and Western Hill.
Set at the far end of St Ives Bay, Godrevy beach is popular for surfers, families, walkers, nature watchers and those who simply want to sit and admire the view.
Stretch your legs with our downloadable walk over coastal grasslands and heathland. Delve into the history of the area as you walk around the headland, peer down Hell's Mouth and watch birds soaring over secret coves along the North Cliffs.
From managing the heathlands to creating new pathways, discover how National Trust rangers are helping Godrevy to thrive – and how the Shetland ponies are playing their part, too.
Learn how the National Trust is working to combat the increasing threat of coastal erosion at Godrevy, and exactly why action needs to be taken so quickly.
We are working to create 250 hectares of new species rich grassland at National Trust sites across Cornwall. The project, due to be completed by 2026, will help us rise to the twin challenges of biodiversity loss and climate change.
Thanks to funding from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, Godrevy has started improvements on the North Cliffs to help make the South West Coast Path a year-round experience. Find out about other nearby places that have benefitted.