Activities

Polzeath golf
Golf

Ranking number four in the National Golfer top 100 courses in Britain, St Enodoc Golf Club has two courses to choose from. Overlooking the stunning North Cornwall coast, it is the perfect location for an afternoon playing golf and admiring one of the best views in Cornwall. 

The Point at Polzeath golf club is an 18 hole course which takes advantage of the 
spectacular views across Pentire Point. Set in a generous 230 acres, the course plays up to 6,551 yards with a par and SSS of 72.  At Point at Polzeath you will aslo find a swimming pool, health club, restaurant and bar and tennis courts.


rock waterports
Water Sports

Rock Sailing and Waterski Club runs a regular program of sailing, water skiing and social events.

The Camel Estuary is the ideal destination for water sports enthusiasts due to it's wide expanse and sheltered waters. Camel Sailing School has a wide range of boats to suit all tastes and abilities and has been teaching families how to sail since 1958.

The Camel Ski School offers waterskiing, wake-boarding, water-sledding, paddle-boarding and kitesurfing. With qualified instructors, the sessions are suitable for all levels and are a great way to spend an afternoon in Rock.


Rock boat charter
Rock Boat Charter

The best way to view the beauty of the North Cornish coastline is from the water and what better way to take in the scenery, than from the comfort of your own luxury yacht. Rock Boat Charter allows you to do just that. Hire their skippered charter the "MV Insatiable" and explore the Cornish waters at your leisure. 

Charter the Sessa Oyster 34 for a whole day, half day, by the hour, or take a romantic sunset cruise, while their skipper who has years of experience navigates the coastline. The boat can pick you up from the pontoon in Rock and take you to some of the most secluded locations in Cornwall, only accessible by water. 


Rock Polzeath footpaths
Coastal Footpaths

Spend a day exploring the Cornish coastline on foot and enjoy the benefits of the stunning views and the salty sea air.

The Rock to Polzeath footpath is arguably one of the most beautiful coastal walks in the country. Covering 2.9 miles, the walk starts at the end of Rock Road and takes around two hours and 30 minutes. From the car park in Rock take the coastal path over the dunes, or during low tide walk along the beach to Brea Hill, where you can see stunning views of Padstow, the famous Doom Bar, the quarry and St Enodoc Church where Poet John Betjeman is buried. 


Polzeath surfing
Surfing
Surfs Up Surf School is based at Polzeath beach, 3 miles from 10 Treglyn. The qualified surf instructors have been teaching people how to surf on the Cornish coast for the past 15 years and the school has been recognised as the number one surf training centre in the UK. There are classes for everyone, from beginners to elite, so there is every opportunity to enjoy Cornwall's favorite sport. Wavehunters Surf Club is also located at Polzeath beach, which is known as one of the finest surfing beaches in the UK. With their team of qualified and passionate surf instructors, they tailor make surf lessons to suit individual needs and levels. Polzeath is a gentle, slopping beach and is one of the safest to learn how to surf, making it the ideal destination to teach children. Wavehunters run a kids surf club every morning during the school holidays, teaching the basics of the sport, along with beach safety and games. 

Rock Padstow Ferry
Ferries

Take a trip across to the popular fishing port of Padstow on the Rock to Padstow Ferry. Running continuously throughout the day, all year round, the ferry traverses the Camel Estuary and offers fabulous views across the water. The first ferry leaves Padstow at 8.00am and runs at 20 minute intervals until 7.50pm in high season. Times will vary during quieter periods.

If you fancy spending the evening in Padstow and sampling some of the fantastic local restaurants on offer then the Rock Water Taxi is on hand to bring you back. Their season starts in late March and runs until the end of October. They have been providing evening transportation across the river for over 15 years so you are in safe hands. The service starts at 7pm and runs until midnight. No bookings are required. 


Camel trail padstow
Camel Trail

The Camel Trail is a disused railway line that has been converted into a trail path linking PadstowWadebridge and Bodmin.

The trail winds its way through the Cornish countryside for over 11 miles, offering a safe, secluded path for cyclists, runners, ramblers and horse-riders. Built over 25 years ago the path runs level for most of the way and is parallel to the River Camel.

A great way to enjoy the Camel Trail is on bikes. Bike hire is available in both Padstow and Wadebridge. The original bike hire establishment Bridge Bike Hire in Wadebridge is open all year round and has been doing business since 1983. Prices will vary at each shop, with starting rates around £11.