The Rame Conservation Trust – Conserving Heritage Assets for Public Benefit

In recent decades, Maker Heights has become home to a creative community of artists and musicians.

Canteen at Maker Heights

A number of social and other enterprises operate from the site, including the Maker Canteen, which is run by ex-River Cottage chef, Nick Platt. More info can be found on their Facebook page at here.

Maker Memories

The national award winning community-led Maker Memories Project captures the rich and diverse stories of Maker Camp and Maker Heights that exist in living memory. More info can be found on their website.

Camping at Maker Heights

Maker Camp is located at Maker Heights on the wild and incredible South East Cornish coast giving seaward views towards Cawsand Bay and back towards the moors.

The Campsite is set in acres of natural landscape, in a quiet and rural location, on the South West Coastal Path. However, the site is still close to local shops and pubs, galleries, cafes and many attractions.

The campsite is designed with the greatest respect to nature and the intent to give campers a genuine experience of camping in the most natural way.

We are non-profit making, with all of the money received from the campsite being re-invested into to the Rame Conservation Trust. More info and campsite booking can be found on their website.