From historic houses and gardens to open-air theatres and theme parks… Cornwall has a wonderful mix of attractions for you to visit. Centrally located, our caravan park is only a short drive from some of the very best. Here we pick out some of our favourites…
No visit to Cornwall is really complete without a trip to the Eden Project. With its iconic Mediterranean and Raiforest biomes, the Eden Project has grown into a huge attraction. Wander around the biomes and gardens, take in the exhibitions and learn more about our planet.
Dairyland Farmworld, just a few minutes from our park, is perfect for smaller children and young families. It boasts slides, a nature trail, tractor rides and pony rides. Children can also help milk the cows, feed the animals and tour their museums.
St Michael’s Mount is one of the most famous landmarks in the UK, let alone Cornwall. Stroll across the granite causeway and follow the footsteps of pilgrims. Boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history, discover a medieval castle, a sub-tropical paradise and a close-knit island community.
Just a few minutes from Nancolleth is Trerice House and Gardens. This National Trust-owned Elizabethan manor house boasts an impressive interior and a fabulous collection of over 1,000 items – from wooden skittles to an enormous table and a 300 year old longcase clock.
You’ve probably seen it in magazines and newspapers, but you really need to experience the Minack Theatre for yourself. This majestic open-air theatre, perched on the cliff-tops above Cornwall’s south coast has a summer theatre season that runs from May to September presenting drama, musicals and opera in this most dramatic of settings.
Newquay is home to two of the county’s most popular attractions in Newquay Zoo and Blue Reef Aquarium. Get closer to hundreds of species at Newquay Zoo and there’s also activity trails, face painting, a children’s play area, a Tarzan trail and Dragon maze to keep the little ones busy. Blue Reef Aquarium is the place to be amazed by the local marine species from the Cornish coast as well as hundreds of tropical species in the gigantic ocean display complete with underwater tunnel.