We have details of 20 holiday parks in Cornwall. With a wide choice of caravans available on the sites you are sure to find something that will be the ideal base for your self catering holiday in Cornwall. Holiday Parks have so much to offer whether you are planning a holiday for a couple or a large group or family.
Bossiney Bay Cottages (Tintagel) Hot tubs|Close to beach|Picturesque valley setting|Great for exploring Cornwall coastline
The Towans Lodges (St. Merryn) With Beautiful views and a lovely quiet location its the perfect escape. The Towans have all this yet are close to local amenities. Set within extensive landscaped grounds amidst open countryside,
Holywell Bay (Newquay) Set in a lush green valley surrounded by National Trust land, just a short walk from the magnificent sandy beach of Holywell Bay and its famous Gull Rocks, this beautifully situated park is only 7 miles from Newquay.
Chy Carne Holiday Park (Helston) Cliff top views|Great for families|Tranquil setting
White Acres (Newquay) Enviably situated in 184 acres of country park and boasting 13 magnificent fishing lakes, this is a beautiful five star park.
Hengar Cottages (St Tudy Bodmin) Hengar Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection located at Hengar Manor Country Park.
Towan Valley (Truro) Surfers paradise|Contemporary houses|Great for exploring
Looe Bay (Looe) Ideally situated amidst picturesque fishing villages, idyllic beaches and beautiful countryside, Looe Bay offers a friendly, relaxing base to explore the many attractions of south-east Cornwall.
Hengar Manor Country Park (Bodmin) Hengar Manor sits in the heart of the glorious Cornish countryside, close to the beaches and stunning coastline of North Cornwall. A proud holder of the David Bellamy Silver Award for Conservation, the park is superbly situated for exploring the numerous attractions of the area such as the world famous Eden Project.
River Valley Country Park (Penzance) Enviably situated in one of Cornwall's most picturesque valleys, this peaceful park awarded the David Bellamy Silver Award for Conservation sits just a few miles from the glorious sandy beaches of both the north and south Cornish coast.