Out and about in Cornwall

There is so much to see and do close to our quiet touring and camping park in Cornwall, whatever the weather may be. Cornwall is the perfect holiday destination for families or couples, regardless of what type of holiday you’ve got planned.

Holywell Bay Photo Visit Cornwall / Adam GibbardYou can explore this county’s stunning natural environment, with its beautiful beaches, cliff top walks, rugged moorland and rocky peaks or enjoy some adrenaline-fuelled fun at a variety of top quality family attractions.

Here we take a look at just some of the things you can do only a short distance from our Cornwall caravan and camping park.

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  • Explore Cornwall’s beaches: There are over 300 beaches to discover in Cornwall, from idyllic stretches of golden sand to pebble-covered coves, hidden away from view. Near to our Cornwall touring and camping park you’ll find beautiful beaches such as Readymoney Cove and Polkerris on the south coast and Fistral, Polzeath and Constantine on the north coast.
  • Walking: Cornwall is a rambler’s paradise, whether you prefer coast or country strolls. Our Cornwall caravan park is just as stone’s throw from Bodmin Moor and here you can tackle Cornwall’s high peaks of Rough Tor and Brown Willy and discover the ancient Cheesewring and Hurlers. And for loves of cliff top walks, there’s the South West Coast Path to explore. The nearest place to pick up the path is at Fowey which boasts a stunning stretch of coastline.
  • Discover nearby towns and villages: Eden Valley Holiday Park is close to some must-visit towns and villages. From beautiful Fowey and historic Lostwithiel to the county’s only city of Truro and popular resorts of St Ives and Newquay, there is so much to see and do. If seeking out picture postcard villages is your thing, then why not venture out and discover places such as Polruan, St Mawes and Portloe on the south coast or Port Isaac (where TV’s Doc Martin is filmed), Padstow and Boscastle on the north coast?
  • Cornwall’s attractions: The county is home to some great family attractions including the famous Eden Project, Newquay Zoo, Blue Reef Aquarium, Flambards theme park, Crealy Adventure Park as well as a host of historic houses and gardens, including nearby Lanhydrock House.
  • <Golf holidays in Cornwall: If there’s one thing that’s not in short supply in Cornwall it’s golf courses. And what a selection there is, too. Nearby there’s the beautiful courses at Porthpean, Lostwithiel, St Austell and Carlyon Bay to the renowned St Mellion International Resort and St Enodoc Golf Club championships courses.