Subject to Covid restrictions we are taking bookings - see our opening dates below. Subject to clarification from Government our toilets and showers may be closed between 12/04 and 17/05 - please contact us for further details.
Please note that you can choose your exact pitch location if you make BOOKINGS through our own website - please visit our website here
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We are small family-run touring and camping park set in a picturesque wooded valley between Truro and Falmouth. We have an abundance of peace and quiet and are geared towards more mature people who enjoy the quieter things in life!
We are continuously awarded the David Bellamy Gold award for conservation and are 5 Pennants AA rated.
We have 30 fully serviced hardstanding pitches with electric, water and TV hook-ups, individually divided with a well maintained hedge.
Our award-winning toilet and shower facilities feature underfloor heating throughout with the water being heated by environmentally friendly Ground Source Heat Pumps. The upstairs shower rooms have a total of 8 showers, 4 vanity cubicles along with toilets, hand basins, hand dryers and hairdryers.
Our 2 downstairs spacious shower rooms are suitable for less abled persons and families with small children. The downstairs Ladies and Gents toilets also have 'ambulent' cubicles. We also have disabled pitches either side of the toilet block (subject to availability).
Wifi is available free of charge.
We are always happy to assist so if you have any special requirements please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are central to most of Cornwall's major attractions and are ideally situated off the A39 between Truro & Falmouth. Ideal for the Eden Project, National Maritime Museum, the Fal and Helford Rivers, Flambards and Paradise Park.
We are ideally situated for sailing on the Carrick Roads and trips to the local beaches at Falmouth. For the keen gardener we have plenty of National Trust Gardens near by including Trelissick, Glendurgan and the privately owned Trebah. St. Micahel's Mount is about 45 minutes' drive away. English Heritage properties in the area include Pendennis Castle & St. Mawes Castle.
Situated off the A39 between Truro & Falmouth outside the village of Perranarworthal, clearly signposted off the main road. Suitable access for long vehicles from the A39. For SatNav users input Perranarworthal and come through Truro and not Scorrier to Ponsanooth.
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