We arrived on a lovely sunny Thursday evening and pitched in a spot where we had seen a campervan parked on our last visit - it was sheltered with hedges on two sides and wasn't too far from the facilities block.
Friday morning started with a thick sea mist so we didn't have very good views as we walked from the site towards Portreath. As the local bus service wasn't running we found a bench to sit and have lunch and then retraced our steps back along the coast path. The sun came out early afternoon and it was very hot on the return journey.
Saturday saw more sea mist at the start of the day so we caught the bus to St Ives and hoped the sun would come out as we walked back.
Hayle across estuary
Unfortunately there was no sign of the sun all day, it remained very misty and quite cold - not like the weather the rest of the country was enjoying over the Bank Holiday weekend!
After two long walks we had decided to spend Sunday having a lazy day on the site. We had another misty start to the day but when it blew away we had a glorious sunny afternoon before the mist rolled in again about 5.00pm.
Pitch 94 Godrevy Park
We had intended to stay until Monday lunchtime, but when we woke to more sea mist we decided to head home a little earlier than planned and set off mid morning. At least it gave us plenty of time to get everything cleaned and ready to go away again next weekend.
Despite the weather we had another lovely weekend on one of our favourite sites.