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Explore Cornwall from Trevarth Holiday Park

Portreath Beach near Trevarth Holiday Park

Portreath Beach near Trevarth Holiday Park

Ideally Situated
Our Caravan Holiday Park is ideally situated in Cornwall, surrounded by beautiful countryside and yet easily accessible from the A30. With our central location, we are best placed for you to explore further afield so that you can enjoy and experience more of Cornwall. With so much on offer in the immediate area you will never be short of things to see and do.

Stunning Beaches
Being less than three miles from the spectacular north Cornish coast, means it’s easy for you to head to the beach and enjoy a great family day out, whether you are building sand castles, lazing in the sun or taking to the ocean with your surfboard, Cornwall’s beaches are fabulous. With a good friend of Trevarth running a fantastic surf school just down the road in St Agnes, now could be the perfect time to take up Cornwall’s top water sport.

The dramatic north coast near Trevarth

The dramatic North coast near Trevarth

If taking in the culture and history of Cornwall is more your cup of tea, then there are plenty of museums documenting Cornwall’s fascinating history including mining and fishing, not to mention the smugglers and wreckers that once prowled the Cornish coast.

Beautiful and historic Truro
Why not visit our Cathedral City, Truro, just 10 minutes away. You can catch a show at the marvellous Hall for Cornwall, and this year the amazing Knee High Theatre will be performing there in June! Truro is also a great place for bargain hunters as it is the number one shopping destination in Cornwall.

If wining and dining is part of your holiday experience, then you will be truly spoilt by the vast choice of quality restaurants and country pubs that are dotted around the beautiful Cornish countryside, where many a warm welcome awaits you.

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Walk around the tallships during Falmouth’s Tallships Regatta

Whilst Cornwall is famous for its pasties, another of Cornwall’s treasures are its real ales; a Cornish pasty with a pint of Doombar… unbeatable! Our holiday park is lucky enough to have four great pubs within 3 miles, The Chiverton Arms is within easy walking distance making it an ideal place for a quiet pint, and if you fancy a great meal, the Miners Arms in the beautifully quaint village of Mithian, will pick you up from Trevarth Holiday Park, and drop you back here afterwards free of charge! (Booking required) It’s your chance your to relax and unwind, without the worry of driving, after a fun filled day exploring Cornwall.

When it comes to the great outdoors, Cornwall has plenty to explore, from it the ruggedly beautiful Cornish coast with over 200 miles of coastal footpaths, to the solitude of Bodmin Moor, where you can get a feel for the untouched beauty of the county.

Just down the road we have Unity Woods which in Spring is awash with floral colour as bluebells carpet the woodland floor in a sea of blue. Tehidy Country Park is also a great place for all of the family especially if you are walking or cycling.

Bluebells in flower at Unity Woods near Trevarth Holiday Park

Bluebells in flower at Unity Woods

Cornwall truly has opportunities for adventure and fun, and when it comes to entertainment for the whole family there is plenty of exciting choices. Flambards Theme Park and Cornwall’s Crealy are both within striking distance from Trevarth as well as a myriad of others. Such as the ATV motorsports centre which is only a couple of minutes away, offering an adrenaline filled experience for both young and old.

With UK’s No.1 skate park just 1.5 miles away the kids are not going to be getting bored in a hurry! There are two riding stables within two miles – explore Cornwall from horseback and with the Coast to Coast cycle trail just down the road from Trevarth there is every reason to bring your bike.

If a spot of fishing is on your ‘to do’ list, coarse or sea fishing, we have it all. There is a beautiful and tranquil coarse fishery just two miles down the road and our nearest beach just five minutes away.

For those people who wish to explore our beautiful county via public transport, we have a regular bus service that will pick you up and drop you off right at the entrance of our holiday park!

With so much going on, it’s not a matter of what to do? Just what to do first!