Bude and the surrounding area is one of the most fascinating geological areas in Cornwall. You can find out more at Bude Tourist Information Centre, or better still why not join Dr Roger Higgs, our friendly local expert, for a fascinating walk through time?
de-Stratton Town Council has recently opened the brand new Pitch and Putt at Summerleaze Downs, Bude. The new facility offers refreshments and an indoor seating area, and there are toilets on the premises available to use. The nearest parking for customers is at Crooklets Car Park.
At North Devon Wakepark you can race, slide and chase around the Aquapark water course and challenge your family and friends. Or try wake boarding similar to snow boarding and skateboarding on water. There is a foot park around the lake and friendly dogs on leads are welcome.
MLH Surf Coaching specialises in one to one & small group surf lessons for beginners, intermediates and advanced. Keeping our groups to a Max of 4 you get the highest level of personal care and attention to speed your learning in and out of the water. Miles is a professional British Surf Champion, so you’ve really got the best teaching YOU to surf.
Bude is a classic seaside links course playable all year and has provided an enjoyable golfing challenge throughout its 127-year history. Situated close to the town it offers players of all abilities a rare opportunity to experience an old-style links course. Visitors always welcome. Summer 2018 special offer; Pay 3 green fees and get 1 free.
Crabbing remains a family favourite pastime on the beaches in Bude. It’s cheap, fun and a great way for children to learn about the animals that live on the sea shore.
Exploring rockpools is like discovering a hidden world that children (and adults) might otherwise overlook. There's are a wide variety of species, with complex relationships all living in this secret habitat. They can be a fantastic way to learn about marine organisms that would otherwise be very difficult to see and learn about.
One of the most pleasant and active ways to take in the sights of Bude is on two wheels. With roads and trails that are generally quiet and accessible, you’ll find us a great place for cycling breaks in Cornwall. There are some challenging places to conquer, but also pleasant, level routes such as the Bude Canal towpath and nature reserve.
A Treasure Trail is an imaginative way to explore Bude and the surrounding towns, moor and villages in North Cornwall and North Devon with a self-guided themed walk.