PadstowLeaflet COVID19 advice & Maps Padstow 2020
Padstow has 4 main carparks:
Harbour Car Park is the nearest to the harbour and is the run by the Padstow Harbour Commissioners.
Railway Car Park (at the bottom of Station Road PL28 8DA) and the Lawns Car Park (opposite the Old School on School Hill PL28 8EB are run by Padstow Town Council. (click here for more info). Both of these car parks are payable using Ringo: Railway Car Park is location code 2849 and Lawns Car Park is location code 2848 and the number to call is 01872 884466.
Link Road Car Park is run by Cornwall Council and is situated by the fire station (click here for more info). You can pay for your parking via Ringo, the location code is 8227 and you need to call 01872 672727.
Padstow park and ride is situated at the top of Sarah’s Lane immediately after the Tesco entrance. £5 per car all day. Open Easter, May Day and Spring Bank Holiday to end of September. Car park open 10am – 10pm. First bus from 10.30am and last bus 6pm and runs every 15 minutes to take you into town. Please call 07803 557023 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org
During the main season there are 2 additional car parks:
Longer term overnight/multi-day and weekly parking is available at Trevethan Farm, the access to which is immediately after Tesco, the entrance is on the same side of the road, in Sarah’s Lane. The post code is PL28 8EL. Cars– £3 per day/part day or £21.00 per week (8 days/part days). Contact Jessica Hagley on 07909 661395 or email email@example.com for more information. Motorhomes can be accommodated on request. Ideal if you are walking the coast path and wish to leave your car in Padstow. Leaving your car on the streets is not recommended, the roads are very narrow and access is required at all times for local residents and businesses.
Tregirls Car Park, perfect for visiting the beach. Follow the road out past the Farm Shop, through Crugmeer to Harbour Cove.
Coach Parking in Padstow:
Coach parking is available at the Lawns Car Park at the top of town (PL28 8EB) and the Railway Car Park near the harbour (PL28 8DA).
Spaces are for parking only, there are no designated set down / collection points. Coaches must pay the coach tariff (£8.00) and are subject to a maximum 4 hour stay. Click here for details.
The Quarry car park in Rock is run by Padstow Harbour Commissioners. The post code for this car park is PL27 6FD. When this car park is full there is an overflow car park (high season only) 1/4 mile up Rock Road opposite the Institute/Gallery. Closes at 8pm.
You can pay for your parking via Ringo, the location code is 15661 and the number to call is 0203 0460010.
The two car parks beside the beach at Trevone are managed from Trevone Beach Stores.The cost is £4 per car per day. During high season this is payable to the ticket booth at the entrance to the car park and during low season to the Beach Stores direct.
Wadebridge has the following car parks:
Wadebridge Town Council operated Jubilee car park and Library Car Park (click here for more details).
Padstow Harbour Commissioners operate a few spaces on the quay beside Eddystone Road.
N.B. There is no coach parking available in Wadebridge
Tristram Car Park. Open all year. This car park has access to the beach. Prices start at £1.50 for up to 1 hour up to a maximum of £6 per day (over 4 hours)
Polzeath Beach. Cornwall Council car park click here for details.
New Polzeath. Cornwall Council car park, click here for details.
New Road, Port Isaac PL29 3SB. Cornwall Council car park, click here for details.
Other Cornwall County Council Car Parks
N.B. You can purchase countywide rover tickets for Cornwall Council Car Parks. Click here for details. Please note not all car parks in Cornwall are County Council owned. The link above gives a list of valid car parks.
Click here for details of all the Cornwall County Council Car parks in this area including Port Isaac, Polzeath, Constantine, Wadebridge and Porthcothan.
National Trust Car Parks
There are National Trust Car Parks on the coast path between Padstow and Newquay at Park Head and Bedruthan Steps. There are also carparks along the coast path between Pentire Head and Port Quin.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT DOGS DIE IN HOT CARS
If you see a dog in distress in a hot car please call 999 immediately.
Please look out for the 5 signs of heatstroke: heavy panting, excessive drooling, lethargy, drowsiness or lack of coordination, vomiting, collapse. Please visit the following RSPCA link on what to do: