A quiet family friendly park, this excellent park has lots to offer. All caravan/motorhome pitches are on all weather hardstanding pitches and the dedicated camping paddock is large with uncrowded pitches and lots of space. Extra large pitches are available for those with larger than average tents.
If you would prefer luxury camping, then why not try Glamping! The 5m luxury lotus belle tents have a double bed, day bed, tv, separate kitchen annex with cooker, microwave, fridge & freezer, kettle and dining area as well as garden seating, bbq and firepit. The perfect way to enjoy camping without the need to own a tent. Perfect for two or suitable for two adults and two children.
The Eurotent is very popular for 2017, there are just a couple of weeks available until finishing for the year in mid-September.
Children can enjoy the adventure play area and there is a separate ball games paddock. In peak times, the park organises rounders, cricket and footy. There is a nature trail with a hidden seat - a great place to relax and enjoy the view. A short walk from the park will find the most beautiful and tranquil fishing lake at Trewandra.
An excellent amenity block with family rooms, underfloor heating, non-touch sensitive shower controls and a huge washing up area, make sharing the chores a family fun time.
In peak times, there are BBQ’s, rounders and freshly baked bread and if you’re in need of a coffee fix, the small shop on site will accommodate. Off-licence selling beer, wine and local ciders.
Located just 5 miles into Cornwall, there is just so much to see and do in both Cornwall and Devon as well as being close to the beautiful beaches of Whitsand Bay and the forgotten corner of the Rame Peninsula. This little known area is a true delight at any time of year.
For the adrenalin junkies, there is Adrenalin Quarry and Kartworld, off-road cycling at Tamar Trails and Cardinham Woods and if you’re into kayaking, sailing or fishing, then you couldn’t be located in a better place with Looe, the River Tamar and Siblyback Lake a short distance. For the more family cycling adventures, the lovely Plym Trail in Plymouth and the Camel Trail at Bodmin are gentler rides suitable for all the family.
Plymouth is just a short distance and has lots to offer, the coolest place to be in the summer has to be Tinside Lido on the Hoe, the most stunning outside pool overlooking Plymouth Sound. Historical Barbican and the Hoe have some of the best restaurants in the south west and eating al fresco is a true delight. Exploring the National Marine Aquarium is one of the best days out and coming face to face with Snorkel the Turtle is – well awesome! The National Firework Championships in Plymouth every August are well worth the visit too – the highlight in everyone’s calendars each year.
For something a little different, walking the coastal path, doing a Treasure Trail murder, searching for driftwood and rockpooling at beaches like Portwrinkle, Downderry and Looe beach can be fun. Crabbing at Looe has to be the cheapest day out and keeps children (and parents) entertained for hours! Dogs love it here too as all the beaches, apart from Looe, are all dog friendly all year long.
Eating Cornish Pasties, sampling local ciders and enjoying a Cornish afternoon cream tea can put a big smile on everyone’s face including yours! Don’t miss this delightful area of Cornwall.
Cornwall Tourism Awards 2014/15 – Green Tourism Gold Award and Goldstar Awards, David Bellamy Gold Awards, Loo of the Year Award Platinum 2017