Coordinates: 50°52′15″N 4°27′24″W / 50.8709°N 4.4568°W
Lymsworthy Meadows is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in north Cornwall, England, UK, noted for its biological characteristics.
The 7.7-hectare (19-acre) site, notified in 1992, is situated within Kilkhampton civil parish, 5 miles (8.0 km) north-east of the town of Bude, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of the border with Devon.
The streams surrounding the SSSI are tributaries to the upper River Tamar.
Wildlife and ecology
The site's habitat mainly consists of moorland and culm grassland that is relatively untouched by agriculture, being one of only a few such sites remaining in Cornwall. The nationally scarce wavy St John's-wort (Hypericum undulatum) can be found on the site.
A colony of Marsh Fritillary butterfly (Eurodryas aurinia), a nationally scarce species, are also found on the site.