Tolcarne is a hamlet south of Camborne in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
Tolcarne is also a hamlet in the parish of Wendron, Cornwall.
Tolcarne is also a hamlet in the parish and village of St. Day, Cornwall.
There are also places called Tolcarne in the parishes of Penzance and St Columb Minor; another Tolcarne and Tolcarne Tor are northwest of North Hill and Trebartha. The name Tolcarne is derived from Cornish Talkarn i.e. "hill-brow tor". (Talkarn is also the old name of Minster near Boscastle.)
Tolcarne near Trebartha was a manor recorded in the Domesday Book (1086) when it belonged to Tavistock Abbey. It was one of several manors held from the abbey by Ermenhald. There was land for 1 plough; there were 2 smallholders who had 2 oxen and one acre of pasture. The value of the manor was 5 shillings.