Easter Holidays: discover Cornwall’s Bugs & Beasties

Easter Holidays: discover Cornwall’s Bugs & Beasties

Trevella Park is daring families to discover their wild side during their Easter holidays in Cornwall.

We are offering free Ranger Adventures during the two-week school holiday break (3-17 April), with guests challenged to discover local insects and wildlife, learn to fish and develop their survival skills with our Park Ranger, Wayne Lowery.

The Ranger-led activities bring youngsters face-to-face with the bugs, bats and beasties that live in and around Trevella Park’s nature reserve and lakes, or scuttle along the streams, rock pools and sands of nearby Crantock Beach.

Sessions take place twice per day during the Easter holidays with night-time moth and bat walks, insect hunts, rockpooling, shelter building and map reading among the activities on offer.

Kieran Lynch, general manager at Trevella Park says: “We are bringing lots of excitement to Easter. Who wants to spend their holiday fortnight scoffing chocolate eggs when they can take an adventure on the incredible Cornwall coast.”

Trevella Park is one of Cornwall’s greenest holiday parks and has held a David Bellamy Gold Award for environmental actions for 17 consecutive years. In 2014, Trevella was voted one of Cornwall’s top three holiday parks by Cornwall Tourism.

Savings of up to 20% are available on Easter holidays for bookings made and paid in full before 28 February. Prices for a four-night midweek break from 6 April start from £196 for up to four people sharing a static caravan.

Find out more about Trevella Park’s Ranger Adventures: www.trevella.co.uk/about-trevella-park/ranger-sessions-and-wildlife-activities-at-trevella-park-in-cornwall/

See Trevella Park’s latest special offers: www.trevella.co.uk/latest-holiday-offers/

For press information:Contact Daniel Johnson Public Relations.