Nancenoy, Constantine, TR11 5NP. View Map
Small terrain for one or two games in the pub garden.
Treween, Altarnun, PL15 7SN. View Map
Pétanque terrain with two playing lanes in the garden across the road from the pub. A Launceston U3A pétanque group plays regularly
Malpas Road, Truro TR1 1SG. View Map
Terrain with two or three playing lanes near cricket club in large recreation park.
St Columb Major TR9 6AT. View Map
Occasional play in the parking area at the rear of the pub.
Beside the swimming pool at the King George V Memorial Walk, Hayle, TR27 4BL. View Map
A single lane boules terrain as part of the recreation complex.
Seaton Valley Countryside Park
Seaton, Torpoint PL11 3JF. View Map
Large purpose-built terrain near beach, toilets and cafe in country park.
There are many possible places for informal and ad hoc games – anywhere with a hard-ish surface with a light gravel covering is suitable. Cornwall players have an annual meet in St Anthony’s Gardens, near the Promenade in Penzance, during the Golowan Festival (late June), and a regular winter ‘boules safari’, playing once a month at ‘unusual’ venues such as the car park at Geevor mine, Pendeen, and the Bike Chain café at Bissoe on the Mineral Tramways cycle trail.
Please get in touch through the Contact Us page if you know of other places to play in Cornwall.