West Pentire Headland Poppies

Crantock Beach from Dunes

Coastal Path cliff top

Cliffs and cove

Walk along Gamal River at low tide

A New National Park for Cornwall

Cornwall is a beautiful county that is well known all over the world. The Cornish coastal path is one of the most well known walks in the World and we need to preserve it. Cornwall is a beautiful place and we want to keep it that way. That is why we are campaigning for a new National Park for Cornwall.


Cornwall’s landscape is a great asset, worth millions – a foundation for sustainable growth in the economy’, Professor Robert Tregay.

Our Vision is to create a Cornwall Coastal National Park. This would preserve the coastal landscape, the ‘jewel in the crown’, while allowing for both proper marketing and conservation of these major economic assets.

The National Park would lead to the regeneration of village economies and neighbouring towns still suffering from effects of long term under investment.

To understand the vision in more depth click here

Economic Regeneration

We are engaging with several organisations to help regenerate Cornwall by creating a National Park. A National Park would bring more tourism to Cornwall and help make Cornwall's beautiful countryside sustainable. The National Park would help regenerate village and neighbouring town economies that have suffered from effects of long term under investment. and unemployment.

New National Park

Cornwall has so many beautiful areas and none more so than its famous coastline. We are campaigning to keep the coast beatiful by getting making it a National Park. Understand and see what you could enjoy in the new national park - click here.

Sponsor the campaign  - be seen to be green.

Help by sponsoring the campaign for a national park in Cornwall. Help make a protected green area in Cornwall. See Sponsorship page to see how you can sponsor a national park.

Study Group and news

We have set up a study group to run the campaign.  Click here to find out more.



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Coastal Path - Sand Dunes

St Carantoc Church

Surfers on Crantock Beach