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Welcome to our quiet Cornwall holiday park in a stunning coastal location

Make magical holiday memories that will last a lifetime with a stay at our quiet Cornwall holiday park.

Crantock beach near Newquay in CornwallWith a beautiful location close to Crantock Beach (which we think is one of the best you’ll ever see), the busy resort of Newquay with its seven beaches, and a whole range of fascinating attractions (such as the Eden Project, Newquay Zoo and the Lost Gardens of Heligan) it’s no wonder we’re such a popular choice.

Bring the family and make the most of the beautiful surroundings. Put your best foot forward and explore the spectacular South West Coast Path and mysterious Bodmin Moor, discover hidden coves and secret stretches of sand along the Cornish coast or follow in the footsteps of Ross and Demelza and visit the iconic film locations of Poldark.

Our Cornwall holiday park is surrounded by some of the region’s most iconic destinations. From St Michael’s Mount and picturesque Padstow to Tintagel and Port Isaac – the home of TV’s grump Doc Martin. Where will your adventure take you?

What is there to do at our Cornwall holiday park?

Kids-in-poolYour youngsters will love the open air, the proximity to Crantock Beach, our adventure playgrounds (where they can burn off some energy), crazy golf and the free Rangers activities we offer in the peak summer months. You’ll also find a large outdoor swimming pool, perfect for cooling off after a day spent at the beach in the summer sun.

If you love your coarse fishing then Trevella is the place to be! Our two magnificent our fishing lakes are the bait that hooks many of our visitors! Trevella Lake has an abundance of carp, tench, bream, roach and rudd. The Springfield Lake has more than 150 carp, including some at 24lb plus.

For your convenience, there’s also a launderette, a small shop and WiFi is available (usage charges apply).

Here’s what the press says about Trevella Park

“Newquay holiday park is perfect summer antidote for solving dreaded in-laws seaside dilemma.” Sunday Mirror

Freedom to roam and sleeping under the stars: Our perfect Cornish camping holiday
Sarah Chalmers for the Daily Mail

“Who needs foreign holidays anyway! With a laid back family atmosphere, play areas and lots of campers, the children all seemed happy to amuse themselves, making friends and enjoying playing outside in a safe environment. This, of course, meant their parents were free to kick back and enjoy a cold glass of wine while tending to the barbecue. Everyone was happy.”
Molly Forbes on Mother’s Always Right

“It was an oasis of relaxation and time spent being a family. Trevella is a fantastic location, with immaculate caravans and everything you need on site from a daring adventure park to a more sedate toddler park.”
Jane Blackmore on Northern Mum

But for me, the big attraction of the site was its two wonderful lakes, well stocked with fish – ideal for keen anglers. They also attract a host of birdlife, so are ideal for walking around or spending the afternoon lazily enjoying a peaceful picnic at one of the wooden tables overlooking the water as we did. Heaven!
Mike Bramhall in the Plymouth Herald

“This isn’t a camping site for the family who wants kids clubs, discos and all you can eat buffets. It is however for the family who want somewhere picturesque to stay as an ideal base to explore Newquay – just what we wanted.”
Catherine Warrilow on Baby Genie

“If you’re looking for some Glamping in Cornwall, then we’d highly recommend Trevella Park and the Newquay area – lots to do both at the park and around the area for all the family.”
Amy Lane on Cooking Cakes and Children