Trevella Park is an environmentally friendly holiday park near Crantock on the Cornwall coast.
Sustainability is at the forefront of Trevella Park and we have proudly held a David Bellamy Gold Award, demonstrating our commitment to the environment, for the past 17 years.
To achieve the conservation gold award we are independently assessed by local wildlife experts who rewarded the park for managing our land as a haven for wildlife and for cutting energy, water and waste. Large areas around the park are left unkempt to encourage wild flowers, insects and birds and we encourage people to join in with our car free scheme to get about the region.
We take many steps to reduce our environmental footprint and we have an Energy Champion who is responsible for finding ways of cutting our daily energy use – we’ve already made considerable savings.
We encourage you to be environmentally friendly during your holiday. If you can travel by public transport, you’ll find details of local routes in our reception and there is a bus stop at the entrance to Trevella Park. When you are away from your holiday home, we also ask that you turn off lights, appliances and heating so that there’s no unnecessary energy waste.
If you have any ideas for how we can save energy, please don’t hesitate to tell our team.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Trevella Park has enhanced its environmental credentials still further by becoming a Business Member of Cornwall Wildlife Trust. As Cornwall’s leading local wildlife charity, the Trust carries out vitally important conservation and educational work throughout the county. Trevella’s support helps the Trust manage 57 nature reserves, providing refuge for nationally rare and endangered species. Cornwall Wildlife Trust runs a number of conservation projects across the county, on land and in our seas. We are very happy to help raise much needed funds for the Trust, so it can continue to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places, now and for the future.