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The market town of Camelford Cornwall is set on the banks of the river Camel and lies four miles inland from the coast.
Popular with cyclists as an offshoot of the Camel Trail cycle track follows the river Camel to Camelford as an alternative to heading for nearby Bodmin.
Camelford has been linked to the legendary Camelot and nearby Slaughterbridge is suggested to be the site of the battle Gafulford although historians would refute these connections. There is an Arthurian Centre at Slaughterbridge.
The North Cornwall Museum and Gallery which contains paintings and objects of local interest is at Camelford.