Our Cornwall holiday park
Make magical holiday memories that will last a lifetime with a stay at our quiet Cornwall holiday park.
With 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 in north Cornwall, 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?
Explore our park
If you love your coarse fishing then Trevella is the place to be! We have become renowned as the destination for fishing holidays in the county. 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.
Cornwall is blasted into life once spring hits, the mornings are bright and the hedge rows bloom with flowers. With empty beaches and cheaper prices to enjoy spring is an ideal time to visit Cornwall!
Cornwall was made to be enjoyed in the summertime. With some of the best beaches in the UK, top events and so much more. You really can’t beat a holiday in this summer haven.
Wrap up warm and slide you wellie boots on, Cornwall is the ideal spot for an autumn break. Home to woodland walks, beach cafes and great attractions. There is so much to do on your autumn escape.