Truro Caravan and Camping Park is a stunning location for your holidays in Cornwall. This park is in a central location, within reach of all the amazing attractions and landmarks you're likely to want to see when you visit Cornwall. The park itself holds a five-pennant rating from the AA and is open all throughout the year.Truro Caravan and Camping Park also offers holiday homes for sale to guests who fall in love with the site and wish to return on a regular basis. There are also pitches for motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents. Seasonal pitches are available for those who want to make this their base for a whole year. Truro Caravan and Camping Park also offers caravan storage to guests who are planning to return to the site for more holidays in the near future – and for anyone who has no space at home to store their caravan.A range of pitches are available for guests to enjoy, with grass and hard standing pitches offered in addition to super pitches, which benefit from electricity, water, and drainage hook ups. All other pitches offer electric hook ups, while they are all generously spaced to ensure a degree of privacy to guests. Water stand pipes and chemical waste disposal points are available across the park.Additional facilities found at Truro Caravan and Camping Park include heated shower and toilet blocks and a laundrette. There is also a dedicated motorhome service point, a large playing field for the whole family to enjoy, a dog exercising area, and an information room. Wi-Fi internet access is also provided across the park for guests to use during their stay at a small additional charge.Guests staying at Truro Caravan and Camping Park enjoy heading out and discovering the very best of Cornwall. Visit Truro itself, because it is a magnificent city, with a beautiful cathedral and cobbled streets filled with quirky shops and places to eat and drink. There are also some picturesque walking routes to be enjoyed around Truro, making the city a great day out for families, couples and singletons alike. Truro is also a great place to stop off on the way to or on the way back from a day at the world famous Eden Project, while the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the popular fishing village of Mevagissey are also close by.Anyone looking for the livelier locations around Cornwall should head to the north where they’ll discover the popular, thriving seaside towns that have come to represent the county as far as many people are concerned. You must visit Newquay, with its surfing scene and incredible nightlife, because this is the most famous of these, but there’s also fun to be had in Polzeath, Padstow (renowned for celebrity chef Rick Stein's restaurant), and elsewhere up and down the coast. Try activities from wake boarding to water zorbing in Cornwall at various north Cornish coastal locations. Where the north coast of Cornwall is loud and lively, the south coast is quiet and relaxing, with the beaches well sheltered from the Atlantic winds. Most of the south coast beaches are ideal for paddling and swimming. There is a surf scene at Whitesands Bay in south Cornwall, close to Plymouth.If you like walking holidays, there's mile after mile of stunning scenery to be enjoyed on a number of walking routes, with the South West Coastal Path easy to pick up and explore. Land’s End, Penzance, and Dartmoor National Park are also within easy reach of Truro, and are also worth a visit during your family tent, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall.
Truro Caravan and Camping Park