Carnon Downs Campsite which I have to say, has the poshest camping park toilet block that I've ever come across. It's on a regular bus route, has pubs within walking distance and cycle paths nearby too, As I never move the motorhome once I've got to my destination it's ticking a lot of boxes for becoming a favourite weekend retreat
So whilst Salty Dog raced around the harbour area on a rib (at forty mies per hour for goodness sake!) Louis and I were left to our own devices with the day free to spend in town. Of course, with a ten year old boy in tow in Falmouth a visit to the National Maritime Museum is a no-brainer. Needless to say there's loads of interactive stuff and things to climb on to keep kids happy for a few hours. The 'search and rescue' exhibition with its helicopter and other craft is a particularly fruitful corner for play. And for the grown ups there's more than enough to keep them occupied as well. Tonnes of interesting titbits of information and plenty of opportunities for adults to get snap happy and practise their 'arty sail' shots!