Alan Rogers Review
This secluded park is just a mile from the Eden Project. Croft Farm was once part of a larger site and you pass some of the residential homes on the way in. Mature trees and shrubs edge most of the site, except for an open top field. A number of mobile homes are on site, some privately owned and some for hire, along with two holiday cottages. In the top field with good views, there are 30 individual pitches with hedges. The original mature area provides a further 27 pitches (with 10A electricity), 15 with hardstanding and five of these fully serviced.
A mile long woodland trail is also part of the conservation effort and takes you through the rest of the park’s natural areas which are indeed left very natural!
Heated toilet block of older design but neatly updated to provide, a baby room, an en-suite washbasin and toilet for ladies, and family bathroom. Laundry facilities. Two toilets and washbasins in top field. ‘Field kitchen’ with sinks in the top field. Reception takes newspaper orders and keeps basic necessities such as milk. Grass area with adventure type play equipment and goal net. Games room with amusement machines. Eden tickets sold.
- Accommodation to Rent
- Bar Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Fishing Nearby
- Golf Nearby
- Riding Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
- Small Site
From A391 Bodmin-St Austell road follow directions for the Eden Project. At the Eden entrance continue straight on for 1 mile. Site is on the left side of this road towards Luxulyan.
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Latitude Longitude 50.379683 -4.7512
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