The River Camel (Cornish: Dowr Camel) is a river in Cornwall, UK. It rises on the edge of Bodmin Moor and together with its tributaries drains a considerable part of North Cornwall. The river issues into the Celtic Sea area of the Atlantic Ocean between Stepper Point and Pentire Point having covered a distance of approximately 30 miles. The river is tidal as far upstream as Egloshayle. The name Camel derives from the Cornish language for 'the crooked one', a reference to its winding course.

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