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County Campsite

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The County Campsite Condurro, St. Clement, Truro, Cornwall TR1 1SZ is approximately 2 miles from the city of Truro, Cornwall. This old orchard offers a secure and tranquil location for camping. The site lies just above the Tresillian River in a wonderfully secluded position, well surrounded by trees.

County Campsite Condurro is open, all year round, to all members of Girlguiding. It is equipped for 30 campers.

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Campsite badges can be ordered when your booking is made or can be purchased from the shop. A great addition to the camp blanket or memento of your visit to Condurro for the day or for training or camping. 

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Access and parking

Access to Condurro is limited due to the width of the approach road. The lane leading up to the campsite is just wide enough for a standard car to fit through.

The campsite has a small amount of free parking. Leaders and those with disabilities may drive up to the site and leave their cars there.  This lane is very narrow with no passing places, so is not suitable for those dropping girls off. We suggest that girls should alight at the creek-side carpark and then walk up to the site. There are trolleys to help the girls carry all their kit. We recommend car sharing where possible.

Main campsite 

The campsite comprises of a large grassed area covering approximately 1.5 acres rising up from the river. It is surround by trees and still has the odd apple tree here and there!

The main campsite is equipped for 30 campers but can can easily accommodate many more if you bring your own tents.

The platform

The platform stands proud at the top of the campsite. This is a large covered area that can be made weather proof by using the drop down covers. Off the platform is the Committee room. This can be used as a meeting room. There are tables and chairs in it as well as power and lights. The equipment store runs the whole length of the building. All of the equipment can be used at no additional charge. We just ask that you replace it as you find it.

Toilet block

Inside the toilet block as you bear to the left there are 3 toilets, 3 sinks, with over head mirrors and a shelf. At the far end is an electric shower with a hook behind the door. 

There is also a utility sink as you enter the building that can be used for hand washing.

Around the right hand side of the building there are disabled toilet facilities and an independent shower room.

Bins and hanging hooks are provided.

The building has electricity and hot and cold running water. 

Cabin and campfire

There is a smaller grassed area that rises up from the river, at the far end of the main campsite, which includes the campfire circle and has The Cabin overlooking it.

This separate area from the main campsite could be used for camping on, although it is a distance to the toilets! There is access to the main campsite from both the top and bottom end.