Cornwall Holiday Parks
Cornwall is one of the most popular parts of England for short breaks largely due to the gorgeous sandy beaches, fantastic scenery and of course the sunshine. There are a number of Parks to choose from. If you are looking for fun and laughter then Hendra Holiday Park is recommended. For peace and quiet try Deerpark Forest or Eastcott Lodges. For lively and leisurely parks you might like St Ives Holiday Village or White Acres Country Park. Check out the Cornwall holiday parks below to help you decide.
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Harlyn Sands Holiday Park is family run and makes a fun and lively holiday base. Highlights include the brilliant entertainments team, swimming pools and fairground rides.
These most charming cottages and apartments - converted from historic farm buildings - make a lovely holiday base in North Cornwall, close to stunning beaches and quaint Cornish villages.
The location of this park is perfect for families, just 100 metres from one of the safest beaches in Cornwall and two miles from Newquay.
Combining an array of facilities with sparkling evening entertainment, Killigarth Manor is the perfect holiday destination for families looking for a seaside holiday.
Piran Meadows has the benefit of a fantastic location close to no less than 11 sandy beaches and many quaint Cornish Villages.
Holywell Bay has is all from an outdoor heated pool and delightful setting to kids' clubs and the new Ellenglaze Bar and Grill with outdoor patio.
Bay Retreat Villas offer a stylish and luxurious base for exploring this lovely region of Cornwall.
Tolroy Manor Holiday Park is a good choice for families and has a good range of facilities onsite including a large indoor pool, play area and games room.
Tencreek has a stunning location between Looe and Polperro and is packed with facilities including an indoor pool, play area and entertainment complex.
St Minver Holiday Park in beautiful North Cornwall is perfect for families looking for great facilities like an Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Kids' Clubs and Multi-Sports Court.
St Ives Holiday Village is an action packed, family park with a large range of facilities including a swimming pool and kids club.
Sea Acres in beautiful South Cornwall is a good choice for families and has a range of facilities including an Indoor Heated Pool and Kids' Clubs.
Sandymouth Holidy Park is a good choice for families and has many facilities including an indoor pool, kids club and several play areas.
Trelawne Manor is a lively and leisurely holiday park in South Cornwall and you can choose to stay in a caravan or apartment.
Porth Veor in North Cornwall offers a collection of stylish villas and apartments with pool or beach views.
Newquay holiday park is perfect for families with a wide range of facilities, an outdoor pool and sparking evening entertainment.
Michaelstow Holiday Village is a family friendly park with good quality accommodation, indoor pool and a countryside setting.
Meadow Lakes is a delightful holiday park in South Cornwall with tranquil countryside surroundings.
Looe Bay has much to offer families looking for a friendly caravan park in Cornwall with a heated indoor pool.
Crantock Beach is a great choice for a seaside holiday with direct beach access, Nature Trail and a fantastic location just a couple of minutes from pretty Newquay.
Beachcombers apartments in North Cornwall provide a luxurious and stylish place to stay with an enviable location on Watergate Bay.
Seaview Holiday Village is a lively park with heated pool, children's pirate club and nightly entertainment.
Situated just 5 minutes from the beach in sunny South Cornwall Praa Sands is a relaxing holiday park with pool and 9 hole golf course.
Hengar Manor Country Park is an award winning park in North Cornwall with a stunning 35 acre setting and holder of a David Bellamy Award for Conservation.
Widemouth Bay is suited to families looking for a budget break with plenty of facilities and family entertainment in a coastal setting.
Mullion Holiday Park will appeal to families looking for a fun break together with Kids' Clubs and plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
Hendra holiday park was voted Park of the Year by Cornwall Tourism and really does have something for everyone.
Why We Love Cornwall
Cornwall is one of the nation's favourite holiday destinations and it's easy to see why. In the South of England and by the sea this region gets some of the hottest weather in the UK, and has some glorious sandy beaches to relax on. Not only famed for it's beaches, Cornwall is also full of dramatic coastal scenery, fantastic countryside and some charming Cornish towns and villages to explore. If you are travelling with family or as a couple then we have picked out some of our favourite day trips below.
North Cornwall attracts thousands of tourists every year. The spectacular coastline offers you some of the best walking in the country, and is definitely worth the trip alone. If you choose one of our fantastic holiday parks, you’ll be able to spend time both relaxing and having fun, and there is a huge range of choice, so you’re bound to find something that you like. There are plenty of attractions in this area and you may wish take a trip to King Arthur’s Castle at Tintagel. Artists are often seduced by the beauty of St. Ives and this traditional resort is also very family friendly. The Play Zone at St. Ives is also perfect for families with lots of fun indoor activities.
South Cornwall has everything from lovely sandy beaches to quaint towns and villages. The holiday parks in the South Cornwall region are varied and range from relaxing parks such as Trencreek Farm and Praa Sands to more lively holiday parks including Trelawne Manor and Seaview Holiday Village. Holiday parks in South Cornwall also have a range of accommodations from chalets and caravans to holiday bungalows.
Fun Days Out in Cornwall
A trip to the zoo is the highlight of many holidays and Newquay Zoo is a very impressive one. There are hundreds of animals to meet ranging from the cute and cuddly to the creepy and slimy. Children will love the animal encounters, penguin pool and Tarzan trail and there is also a play area. The site also has oriental and exotic lakeside gardens with picnic areas and a café and gift shop.
This haven for monkeys is located in beautiful woodland affording views over the gorgeous Cornish coast. There are 4 breeds of monkey cared for at the sanctuary, which has been open since 1964. The whole family will enjoy meeting the cheeky monkeys and the educational talks offer visitors the chance to learn about their natural habitat and the dangers they face in the wild. There is also a gift shop, café and picnic area.
Paradise Park first opened back in 1973 as a tropical bird garden and has since expanded to offer refuge to many different species of animal. The park aims to provide a fun and educational experience to its visitors and has daily talks and events to offer a more hands on approach. Playful otters, rare Cornish Chough, shy Red Pandas, and the beautiful native Red Squirrels can all be seen. There is also a fun farm area where younger children can get creative with crafting sessions during school holidays. The recent addition of the indoor Jungle Barn makes Paradise Park an excellent all weather attraction.
This amazing family day out has it all. From thrilling rides for kids and adults alike, as well as award winning gardens to stroll around this is one experience not to be missed. Some of the highlights include the Wildlife Experience Animal Show and the undercover re-creation of a World War II blitzed street. Open most of the year this is an all weather choice with plenty of indoor options for rainy days. You will find the Flambards Experience in Helston Cornwall.
We have selected this attraction as one of our favourites in the Cornwall region as it appeals to children of all ages. You can really get a hands on experience at this farm with the opportunity to stroke, feed, cuddle and learn about the animals. Located in Newquay in Cornwall this Farm is easily accessible and well worth a visit.
The Eden Project is a must visit attraction while in Cornwall offering a unique and educational as well as fun experience. While exploring this greenhouse - the largest in the world, visitors will take in some amazing sights and sounds as well as smells of the jungle. The green house has areas dedicated to Malaysia, West Africa and South America. There is also a magical Warm Temperate Biome housing plants from the Mediterranean, South Africa and California. As well as the exotic and the strange visitors also get the chance to learn about the plants and trees we see every day in the UK. Throughout the year activities are also available onsite and this year they have included an exhilarating 450m zip wire ride! For younger children there is an adventure play area with wooden ship and sand pit to enjoy.
Trethrone Leisure Park in Cornwall is a popular choice for a family day out and offers an excellent programme of activities for children all year round. The park has a farm area where younger kids will love feeding the lambs and other friendly animals. Pony rides, a large play area, ball pool; trampolines and crazy golf are also available.
The amazing Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Cornwall's most popular attractions and offers arrange of activities for adults and children. Besides the beauty and unique atmosphere of the gardens there are also organised events to enjoy throughout the year including a Harvest Display, Wild Food Walks, Halloween and Christmas celebrations and Book Signings.
Recent Reviews of Cornwall Holiday Parks
Park: Widemouth Bay
Date of stay: June 2010
We stayed here for a week in June and loved every minute. Even though we had some bad weather there was always something to do and the children made some good friends. The site felt safe and we were happy for them to wander around the park without us.
Park: St Ives Holiday Village
Date of stay: August 2010
This was out first summer holiday in the UK as we usually go to Spain but I have to say this was juts as enjoyable. The kids loved it as there was so much for them to do and my husband and I enjoyed the woodland walks. Our Gold Chalet was big enough for the 4 of us and was spotlessly clean. The children have asked us to book again for next year.
Park: St Ives Holiday Village
Date of stay: July 2010
This site is perfect for familys. We have been to holiday parks all over UK and this is one of our favourites. The location is superb ner the beaches. Our children loved the indoor pool and kids club and the accommodation is clean and well maintained. The mini market onsite is quite good value too so we will take less with us next year.
Park: Crantock Beach
Date of stay: June 2010
Fab beach views from Crantock Beach and the staff were really helpful about giving us directions to Newquay. The Wifi access was handy too as my boyfriend had to do some work while we were there and was impressed with the connection. We have had problems with wifi at other places we have stayed and so this was one less hassle. We had a Padstow caravan which was ample for our needs.
Park: Hendra Holiday Park
Date of stay: May 2011
Thank you for our wanderful stay at Newquay.
We really enjoyed it and will certainly be back.