Holiday Parks & Camping

Sleeping under the stars, barbeques, getting back to nature...sounds idyllic doesn’t it? Camping in Cornwall offers a laidback holiday style.

Enjoy the simple pleasure of being part of the great outdoors, spending time with friends or family and waking under canvas.

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Spend days on the beach and nights under the stars on your next adventure in Cornwall. Pitch up and enjoy the great outdoors at a caravan or campsite, or head to a holiday park where you'll find everything you need for a quality break in Cornwall.

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Lanyon Holiday Park

Your next adventure awaits

Holiday Parks and Campsites in Cornwall make the perfect setting for memorable holidays with all the family. Nestled within Cornwall's picturesque countryside or along its breathtaking coastline, these sites offer a variety of accommodation choices to suit everyone. From spacious camping pitches for tents and motorhomes, to cosy cabins, lodges, or static caravans, visitors can find their ideal home away from home.

One of the biggest advantages of holiday parks and campsites in Cornwall is the abundance of amenities and facilities available to guests. These include modern shower and toilet blocks, laundry facilities, well-stocked shops for essentials, children's play areas, and even swimming pools or leisure complexes for added entertainment and relaxation. Many sites also offer on-site restaurants, cafes, or bars, providing convenience and a variety of dining options.

Holiday Parks & Campsites in Cornwall

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Holiday Parks & Camping in Rock

Porthilly Beach Holiday Park

Tucked away on Cornwall's majestic North coast, our peaceful family run park makes an idyllic holiday destination. Porthilly is just a short wander across the beach from Rock and all the activities th...

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Holiday Parks & Camping in St Agnes

St Agnes Holiday Park

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St Agnes Holiday Park offers peaceful and relaxing breaks for the whole family! With luxury caravans and fully serviced touring pitches, as well as fantastic onsite facilities, there’s something for e...

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Holiday Parks & Camping in Newquay

Hendra Holiday Park

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5 star family-owned site nestled in the Cornish countryside. Just outside of Newquay. We are within easy access of Newquay’s 7 golden sand beaches, amazing local attractions, as well as our range of o...

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FAQs

Your all important Cornwall questions answered.

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  • That all depends on what you are looking for? North Cornwall tends to be wilder, rugged cliffs, long sandy windswept beaches, a land of myth's and legends...

    The south coast is gentler, historic fishing villages, small sheltered coves and green fields running down to the water's edge.

    Whichever coast you choose, you will receive a warm welcome, and if you do get bored, it's never much more than an hour's drive from one side to the other.

  • Travel to Cornwall by car

    It takes less than five hours to get from London or Birmingham to the heart of Cornwall by car.

    Drive along the M4 motorway from London, or M6 from Manchester, and then the M5 to Exeter and finally either the A30, that is mostly dual carriageway, or the A38 passing Plymouth and Saltash into South East Cornwall.

    Alternatively if you enter Cornwall from North Devon, there is the scenic A39 Atlantic Highway running through Bude, which you can join from Junction 27 on the M5.

    Due to the high volume of traffic on Cornwall's roads during the summer months the main routes can become congested especially at weekends. Travelling overnight or outside peak rush hours is recommended to avoid long delays.

    • To plan your journey use the AA Route Planner for a tailor made travel plan with timings and mileage
    • For information on possible delays or roadwork's throughout the UK or in Cornwall visit Traffic Watch
    • Travelling to Cornwall with a caravan? Check out this Caravan Towing guide

    Travel to Cornwall by coach and bus

    National Express operate a full service into Cornwall as far as Penzance, Megabuss also go to a few towns including Newquay and Falmouth.

    Coach travel times from London or Birmingham to the city of Truro are around 7-8 hours

    Many tour operators offer coach holidays to Cornwall, contact your local travel agent for details.

    For information on public transport, including local bus timetables, once you are in Cornwall [click here].(https://www.firstbus.co.uk/cornwall/plan-journey/timetables).

    If you are bringing a coach to Cornwall, did you know Cornwall Council now offers a weekly coach rover ticket. This is available for all car parks where coaches are permitted and costs £16.60 for 24 hours or £55.35 for 7 days and £38.75 for 4 days.

  • Dogs are restricted on the designated beaches at the times listed below Cornwall Council enforces restrictions at the following beaches which are all part of a Public Spaces Protection Order. Other privately owned beaches may have their own local restrictions in force.

    Please note: Blue Flag and Seaside Award beaches have longer restrictions due to the requirements of the Award status. In addition there are three protected wildlife areas that are subject to individual restrictions.

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