Cornwall Holiday Parks

Caravans, Lodges, Touring, Camping Parks in Cornwall

Cornwall is home to many holiday parks with most of them hugging the beautiful and spectacular coast. As a top destination for both UK and international tourists,  holiday parks in Cornwall cater for everyone and all budgets - from family holiday parks to luxury lodge retreats and camping sites tour, the accommodation options are wide and varied. 

So whats the attraction? Apart from the magnificent beaches, rugged coatsline and quaint fishing villages, the Cornish delicacies such as Crumbly Yarg cheese, meat-stuffed pasties and clotted cream will draw you into the local cafes and restaurants time after time. 

St Ives

If you are staying on a holiday park close to St Ives then you have one of the best Cornish villages on your door step. The historic fishing town of St Ives is the main holiday resort of the Lands End Peninsula and is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts.

Porthmeor Beach is popular with surfers and Porthminster Beach is the first of a string of golden beaches stretching along St Ives Bay. A mild climate, beautiful beaches and numerous cafes, bars and restaurants make St Ives an ideal spot for family holidays.

St Ives is much more than a beach resort. In addition to numerous craft shops and galleries are the Barbara Hepworth museum, the Tate Modern Gallery and the Bernard Leach Pottery which are all popular with tourists.

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Castle is a medieval fortification located on the peninsula of Tintagel Island adjacent to the village of Tintagel in North Cornwall. It was built by Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall in the 13th century and has stood the test of time although today, the castle is largely in ruins. The interesting fact is that the castle was split into two halves divided by a steep gorge. Today, the castle has been joined together for the first time in 500 years by a footbridge. On the island, you will find a gift shop, cafe and information centre.

To gain access, you will need to pre-book your tickets with English Heritage which have set entrance times. 

Eden Project

The Eden Project in Cornwall is nestled in a huge crater. and is a hugely popular visitor attraction. The massive Biomes house the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and much more. Must see attractions include.... 

  • Mediterranean biodome
  • Rainforest canopy walkway
  • Skywire - Englands longest zip wire
  • Western Australia garden
  • Summer concerts

Open and closing times vary so its best to check out the website first.

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