Camp Dog Harvey has always wanted to go to Eden & now he can.

June 13, 2013 5:30 pm Published by Comments Off on Camp Dog Harvey has always wanted to go to Eden & now he can.

News Flash from Camp Dog Harvey 

Thank you to all my four legged friends who visited the famous Eden Project last month for the pilot weekend.  You did all us four legged friends proud, and were all on your best behaviour and it was gold stars/gravy bones all round.

Eden are now welcoming us all as from Saturday 15 June, and being dog friendly, but we must all obey the RULES!!!  Provided we all do this then we can enjoy a fabulous day out with our owners, as of course we are part of the family and do not see why we should be left out.

It makes sense to digest and learn the Rules prior to your visit to Eden. We don’t want any one spoiling it for others, especially me who now has to wait until the end of season before I can visit a place which I have heard so much about.

The Eden Project Rules:image

Thou shall:

1. Be kept on a lead at all times.

2. Be with their owners at all times.

3. Only be walked on paths

4. Be kept away from play areas

5. Not go in to any buildings, other than the Visitor Centre.

Please also ensure your owners do not forget their “pooh bags”!!

Eden are now showing their “dog friendly” side, and in return for best behaviour we get:-

1. Water bowls – not sure it will be my favourite Evian, but we can do tap, to visit such a special place.

2.Our own special undercover dining area on the terrace outside the Eden Bakery.  Ensure your owners remember your pack-up. Mine will consist of 2 gravy bones, and one boneo.

3. Shaded parking areas in four of the car parks.  The shelters in the Orange car park have a water tap, and stewards will supply us with water to the other three car parks.  Your owners needs to park in either Melon, Orange, Lemon, or Cherry car park.

I would love you to come and stay here at “The Meadows”  Campsitevwhilst you are in Cornwall to visit Eden, and tell me all about it so I know what to expect when I get to go. You may also visit the fabulous Heligan Gardens whilst you are staying here, which is Dog Friendly, and you can walk there from the site, along the Pentewan Valley Trail.

IMG_7102We (that is me Camp Dog Harvey), Lynn and John are very “Dog Friendly” and you are all most welcome here at “The Meadows”, so get your owners to ring up and book you in.  The Meadows is a small, sheltered campsite in the beautiful Pentewan Valley, and look out for our sign with the caravan on the top.

We cater for motorhomes/campervans, tents (all shapes & sizes), and caravans.  We will also have our own Vintage Caravan Lottie from tomorrow which is available to rent, and is also dog friendly. Dogs come along to The Meadows free of charge, so your owners have no excuse, so ensure you do not get left behind as of course you are a very important member of the family!!!

This is a great site, if we say so ourselves for camping close to Mevagissey & Pentewan, St Austell, Cornwall.  There is also lots of great walking around St Austell Bay, and I am happy to put my tour guide hat on, and show you some of my favourite walks, and dog friendly pubs.

To book contact us here, or telephone Lynn or John on 01726 844383/07712599745.