Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in Cornwall

With over 100 parks to choose from caravanners can take their tourer or motorhome to Cornwall and be spoilt for choice on where to stay. You can also partake in camping, glamping or rent a static caravan.

Cornwall is home to many attractions from gardens to homes to gorgeous coastland, harbours and landscapes. You can go for walks along numerous costal paths and perhaps even spot a dolphin or seal, surf the waves on its numerous beaches, go fishing or hike through its vast moorland or simply sit on the beach with the local delight that is the Cornish pasty.

Home to Land’s End the most south-westerly point of Britain you can explore its many cliff-top trails as you look out for sea birds or you can head for Bodmin moor and its 150 square miles of tors and moorland. For a taste of distant climates the award winning Eden Project in St Austell is home to the world’s largest greenhouse with many themed biomes such as the rainforest and South Africa.

To learn more about Cornwall and sea boats be it the past or present the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth is a must; with its 15 galleries over its five floors and various exhibitions such as the Search and Rescue exhibition where you can learn about those who put their lives at risk to save others. You can also take part in activities, lectures and workshops as well as witnessing outstanding items such as a prehistoric boat.

If you are caravanning with the children Flambards in Helston will be enjoyed by all with its offerings of rollercoasters and rides as well as its award winning exhibitions of Victorian Britain and Britain in the blitz.  Crealy Adventure Park near Wadebridge also has everything from rollercoaster to log flumes and rides to suit all preferences.

Cornwall has many popular locations such as Newquay for the surfers and beach lovers, St Ives for caravan lovers wanting a more quaint taste of the seaside and its artistic offerings such as the Tate. Visit St Ives and Padstow where you can learn about the current efforts of lobster conservation at the National Lobster Hatchery, take a boat trip or a culinary experience with the famous restaurants of Rick Stein and his seafood school. With all of this on offer you have no reason to not head down the South West for your caravanning holiday.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in Cornwall