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Cornwall Holiday Park

Cornwall Holiday Park

The award-winning Cornwall Holiday Park is based in Cornwall, close to the popular seaside town of Newquay and not far from the beautiful Crantock Beach. It’s the ideal place for a peaceful escape from modern living, where you can relax in tranquil surroundings or get active with the countless things to do and see on park and in the local area.

A wide range of accommodation is on offer at Cornwall Holiday Park, including comfortable caravans, stylish lodges, and modern glamping properties including safari tents and geo domes. Pet-friendly options are available if you’re looking to bring along the family dog. A variety of on-site amenities and facilities are also provided to make your stay convenient and memorable, including fishing lakes, a swimming pool, plenty of kid-friendly areas and activities, and an on-site shop. Cornwall Holiday Park has won Cornwall Tourism's award for Best Holiday Park for the last three years, Trip Advisor's Certificate of Excellence award for positive reviews, and the David Bellamy Gold Award for green achievements and is recognised as one of Cornwall's best holiday parks. 

Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool

You won’t want to miss the chance to take a dip in the heated outdoor swimming pool. There’s also a paddling pool for younger children. Pools are open from May half-term until mid-September, weather permitting.

Two Fishing Lakes

Keen anglers will love the opportunity to get their hooks into the two on-site coarse fishing lakes. The main lake is stocked with carp, tench, bream, roach, and rudd, while Springfield Lake contains over 150 carp.

Fun for Kids

Children will have plenty of chances to work off that excess energy at Cornwall Holiday Park. They can enjoy the fantastic adventure playgrounds, play a few rounds of crazy golf, and roam in the superb open spaces on site.

Summer Activities

Kids won’t get bored here during the summer months thanks to the free activity schedule, including sports, outdoor exploration and creative arts and crafts events. Events run daily during the school summer holidays.

Additional Amenities

There are plenty of extra amenities available at Cornwall Holiday Park to ensure you can make the most of your break. They include a handy shop for daily essentials, a laundrette, and access to Wi-Fi for a small fee.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try

Crantock Beach

The stunning Crantock Beach is located just a mile and a half from Cornwall Holiday Park, and offers an unspoilt stretch of golden sand backed by gorgeous dunes that’s just perfect for walking, playing, relaxing and surfing the waves. Dogs are welcome here as well, so the whole family can come along.

Blue Reef Aquarium

For a closer look at life beneath the waves, why not pay a visit to Newquay’s Blue Reef Aquarium? This fantastic attraction lets you meet amazing denizens of the deep such as sharks, turtles, and octopuses, living in enclosures so natural you’ll almost feel as though you were really underwater.

Pirate's Quest

Step straight into seafaring history with a trip to Pirate's Quest in Newquay. This immersive walkthrough experience is the perfect way for kids to experience the thrilling life of a pirate, with trained actors, stunning sets and exciting special effects taking them back 300 years to enjoy an hour-long swashbuckling adventure.

Newquay Zoo

Don’t miss your chance to meet the magnificent menagerie at Newquay Zoo, which is home to a variety of amazing animals that the whole family will love. Come face to face with lions, lemurs, lizards, and much more. Kids will also love the fun activities and attractions on offer here.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

Newquay is something of a foodie hotspot, and has a number of eateries owned by celebrity chefs. Rick Stein's restaurant overlooks Fistral Beach and offers tasty seafood as well as Indian dishes, and there's also Paul Ainsworth at No. 6 which is well worth a visit.

For Attractions

Cornwall has no shortage of top attractions to enjoy, including the incredible biomes of the Eden Project with the largest indoor rainforest in the world, the gorgeous Lost Gardens of Heligan, the iconic St Michael’s Mount, the stunning ruins of Tintagel Castle, and theme park fun at Flambards.

For Activities

The fantastic coastline and countless glorious beaches in this part of the UK make it perfect for having a go at watersports, including surfing, paddleboarding, and more. The nearby Fistral Beach in Newquay is a famous surfing spot, with reliable waves making it great for beginners and experts alike.