Trevarth Holiday Park
England, South West, Cornwall, Truro
- 01872 560266
- 1 April - 31 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Trevarth Holiday Park is a friendly, well managed, family run site with very easy access from the A30, making it an ideal base from which to tour this very attractive area of Cornwall. In addition, a bus stop just outside of the campsite and the park and ride only two miles away, allow easy access to Truro. This well maintained 4.5-acre site has 33 level pitches on grass or loose stone, 28 of which have 16A electricity supply. Set in two meadows separated by hedges and tall trees, they are protected from the wind. A large playing field is located opposite the reception area. Mobile homes to rent are on their own part of the site.
The site has been in the hands of the Goldring family for four generations and they have built up a true park adorned with colourful flowers and shrubs as well as cedar, laburnum, palm and sycamore trees. These enclose the camping areas, are there for all to enjoy and create a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. Both the north and south coasts are easily reached, with sandy beaches, coves and coastal trails in abundance, as well as the large, better known attractions: The Lizard, St Michael’s Mount and Land’s end.
Site is 5 miles north west of Truro. From A30 roundabout take B3277 towards St. Agnes, after 200 yds. at small roundabout take 2nd exit (Blackwater and camping signs). Site is in 200 yds. on right.
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Latitude Longitude 50.27719 -5.16877
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