Par Camping

Welcome to Par Camping

This dog-friendly spot has a dedicated dog-walking area as well as well-maintained amenities like toilets and showers.

There’s plenty of room for families at this sizeable site, where you can sit in the sunshine and breathe in some of that famed Cornish air over a cup of tea or coffee.

The coast is roughly a mile away from Par Camping, with the closest bathing option being Carlyon Bay beach. Seaside trips further afield are made easy here because of the site’s close proximity to the main A390, allowing you to get to Newquay, Fowey, Mevagissey and other beautiful locations.


    • Beach Nearby
    • Dog Friendly
    • Parking
    • Games Room
    • Restaurant / Cafe
    • Shop on-site

    A place where you can pick up thousands of unique products and souvenirs. Or you can head to the Food Hall for a fantastic selection of fresh local produce and delicious meals from a wide range of food outlets.

    If the kids need somewhere to blow off some steam, we have that covered as well. Kidzworld is one of the largest indoor/outdoor play facilities in the Southwest region and just a 2 minute walk from the campsite. It features soft play, mini golf, dodgems and so much more! With fun activities for children of all ages, (yes, mums and dads included!) it’s a great family destination!

    Also on site is Sam’s Diner, offering quality food in a retro 50's style American diner complete with red-leather booth tables and appropriate memorabilia covering the walls. From juicy beef burgers to American-style shakes, Sam's has something for everyone! Just a few minutes walk from the campsite is the renowned Britannia Inn. The pub features a stunning selection of food and drinks and even has a spacious beer garden to relax in.

    Away from base, the village of Par also has a golf course, garden centre and café.

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