You can enjoy stunning beaches, warm weather, chocolate-box villages and excellent attractions when you stay at one of our holiday parks in Cornwall.You can enjoy stunning beaches, warm weather, chocolate-box villages and excellent attractions when you stay at one of our holiday parks in Cornwall.
You can enjoy stunning beaches, warm weather, chocolate-box villages and excellent attractions when you stay at one of our holiday parks in Cornwall.
Staying at a campsite in Cornwall has been one of the most popular family holidays to take for many years, and it's not difficult to see why. With spectacular rugged coastline encompassing picturesque bays and pounding surf to winding country lanes providing breathtaking views around each corner. This gem of a county in the South West has been a draw for millions of people who want to experience their own special caravan holiday in Cornwall.
In addition to touring caravan, campervan and motorhome pitches, our holiday parks in Cornwall have a range of lodges and caravan holiday homes available to hire - ideal for a relaxing self-catering staycation in the South West. There is also opportunity to enjoy a glamping holiday by the coast too!
Life revolves around the sea in this part of the world and Best of British holiday parks offer superb short breaks near some of the region's most popular resorts. Cornwall has around 300 miles of wonderful coastline; the largest of any county in the UK. The beaches here range from wide sweeping expanses of sand to romantic, secluded coves.
If you venture inland, there are a range of attractions all within easy reach of all our holiday parks in Cornwall. The Eden Project boasts the largest indoor rainforest in the world, and the restored Lost Gardens of Heligan are among the finest gardens on offer in the country. A round of golf doesn't get more picturesque than in Cornwall, the coastal links courses are particularly beautiful places to play. For more adrenaline fuelled adventures, there are plenty of thrills at Flambards and Dobwalls theme parks, and a visit to King Arthur's castle at Tintagel is a must!
Quaint fishing villages and ports dot the coastline. None more popular than Padstow which has been made famous by local chef Rick Stein who has a few restaurants in the town from fish and chip takeaways to more up market eateries. St Mawes, Mevagissey, Looe and Polperro also attract many visitors staying at our holiday parks in Cornwall