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  • Family-run park with top facilities
  • AA 4-Pennant Gold Graded Campsite
  • Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty

Tehidy Holiday Park

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  • A Small, Friendly & Family Run Holiday Park
  • Nestled in a Beautiful Wooded Valley Close to the North Coast Beaches
  • Perfect Getaway Spot for families & Couples
  • Award-Winning Holidays in the Heart of Cornwall
  • Touring, Camping & Self-Catering Accommodation
  • Open-All-Year for Memorable Outdoor Getaways

Little Trethvas

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  • Family Friendly Campsite Located on the Lizard Peninsula
  • 6 Minute Drive from the Village of Mullion
  • Our On-Site Almond Tree Cafe is Open During the High Season
from £68.00 per night
from £90.00 per night
  • 5 star Gold Award holiday park
  • Beaches of Porthtowan and Portreath less than 4 miles from the site
  • We have an onsite Bar /Restaurant (open Mid May – September)

Perran Escapes

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  • Premier Private Caravan Rentals on Perran Sands
  • Fabulous Haven Holiday Park
  • Glorious beach & nestled in the Dunes near Perranporth

Caravan Holidays in Cornwall

The delights of Cornwall continue to lure thousands of campers with caravans each summer. With the best of British weather from Easter to late Autumn, there are a host of attractions to suit young and old. Theme parks, stately homes, formal gardens, breweries, castles and museums are just some of the things to do near Cornish caravan parks. Ramble along the coastal path, or surf and sunbathe on the sandy beaches, the choice is yours!

As Cornwall's county town and only city, Truro is a fantastic visit full of independent local retailers, historic Georgian streets, and expansive spaces of recreational parklands. Despite being a relatively small area for a city, Truro is home to a magnificent cathedral which has one of the tallest spires in the entire UK (a must see!). A few visits to make when caravanning in Truro could be the Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm, the Callestick Ice Cream Parlour, or a stop by Skinner's Brewery is sure to tickle the fancy of those wanting to add some bubbles to their stay. The close by St. Agnes beach provides stunning views from the top of the rugged Cornish cliffs. For a peaceful walk, stop by Victoria Gardens or take a trip to Boscawen Park for the botanical smells and water features.

On Britain's Atlantic coast lies one of the UK's favourite seaside towns, Newquay. One of the must visit beaches in this area is Fistral Beach and makes for the perfect day trip for a family or couple caravanning in the surrounding Newquay area. With an outdoor train ride and peddle swan rides for couples and families, Lappa Valley is a really wholesome and enjoyable trip to make for those visiting this area of the South West. Newquay Zoo is manageable in about 3 hours and has a brilliant range of species and exhibitions for visitors to explore and navigate around. If aviation is your thing, the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre is somewhere you simply cannot miss during your stay in South West England. If you want to spend time at a beach that may just be a little quieter than others, make your way to Porth Beach, Watergate Bay, or Holywell Bay Beach for a bit of a quieter coastal retreat.

St Ives is one of the dazzling jewels in the Cornish crown. With a famous fishing harbour and picturesque seaside views, St Ives has been regularly listed as one of the UK's best family holiday destinations. The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is a top visit for those visiting the South West. Stunning sculptures and horticulture features make for a remarkable and enjoyable day out for visitors. Porthminster and Porthmeor Beach are beautiful day trips for those looking to add some sun, sand, and splashing to their South West getaway.  A stop by St Ives harbour is another spot guests should add to their must see list as at low-tide, visitors are provided with a stunning area to sit, relax, and take in the amazing surroundings that St Ives offers. If looking for a few other walks or visits to make, you may consider St Ives Bay, The Cornwall Coast Path, The Zennor Circular Walk, Carbis Bay Beach, or Godrevy Head.

With a historic and influential link with the sea, Falmouth combines intriguing heritage with 21st century creativity. A town adorned with a beautiful coastline, stunning beaches, coves and creeks, and incredible walks and adventures to take. The Pendennis Castle is a wonderful day trip to explore some riveting and impressive English history. The Glendurgan Garden is a National Trust jewel that provides visitors with quirky walks, beautifully kept floral displays, and a top quality on-site restaurant for visitors to avail of.

The Gyllyngvase Beach, Swanpool Beach, Pendennis Point and Durgan Beach are perfect areas to see the coast on the frontline and experience all the South West of England has to offer. As the nearest town to Land's End, St Just, also known as St Just in Penwith is a beautiful area to wander around and gives the feel of an authentic Cornish town. Cape Cornwall is a rugged and stunning beauty spot that is well worth a visit for those camping, glamping or staying in the South West of England. Leave the campsite or glampsite for a day trip you won't regret. Botallock Mine is a glorious coastal location which puts you at the forefront of the iconic Cornish scenery. Cot Valley Beach is close by for those wanting to set up a visit right by the waters edge. Padstow is a charming working fishing port that is surrounded with glorious sandy beaches and sits at the head of the Camel River. The area has some outstanding natural beauty spots and is made up of rugged coastline, quiet coves and fabulous scenic walks.

There are 7 golden beaches accessible in less than a 5 minute drive from Padstow and the town has several top restaurants that major in fresh, locally produced food and celebrity chefs. If you are into your cycling, Padstow is both the start and end point for the gorgeous Camel Cycle Trail. As an ideal base to explore the rest of the southeast Cornish coastline, Fowey is a medieval town with a large natural harbour. For war history buffs, Fowey was the main port where ammunition was loaded to land on Omaha Beach in Normandy in WWII. Today, Fowey is a popular holidaymaker destination, with nearby beaches, tourist attractions, and plenty of incredible eateries. St Catherine's Castle is a must visit for those who find themselves exploring this succinct area of the Cornish coast.

Just 45 minutes outside Plymouth, Looe has a rich history such as the famous Looe Bridge that joins the East and West towns. There are also countless hidden treasures dispersed around the area including beautiful woodland and cobbled streets lined with independent boutiques and outstanding restaurants. A perfect visitor spot for those on a family or couples caravan trip. There are hundreds of camp sites to choose from with something to suit every camper. There are camp sites on farms, by lakes, on rivers, near the beach and even on a golf course! Choose a camp site which is convenient for sandy beaches, clifftop walks, harbour villages or the classy city of Truro, then relax and enjoy your caravanning holiday in beautiful Cornwall.

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