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Trevella Park
Campsite: 6451 Cornwall

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Welcome to Trevella Caravan And Camping Park.

Run with families in mind, our aim is to make your holiday as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, nothing is too much trouble.

Trevella Caters For All Ages:

  • Heated swimming pool
  • Heated paddling pool
  • Adventure playground
  • Fishing lakes
  • Beautiful park lands
  • Close to Newquay's beaches
  • Close to Crantock's beach

    We Give You More For Free At Trevella Park.

  • Free Fishing
  • Free modern toilet blocks
  • Free constant hot water
  • Free baby room
  • Free hot and cold showers
  • Free adventure playground/park
  • Free iron and ironing board
  • Free junior play area
  • Free multi channel TV
  • Free heated swimming pool
    Free children's paddling pool

    Our Holiday Caravans:
    Our luxurious modern holiday caravans, all merited with the Rose Award, are spaciously situated around the edges of three fields with ample sunbathing space between them - an ideal location for your family holiday.

    All our holiday caravans have:

  • Colour Television
  • Refrigerator
  • Full size cooker and microwave
  • Electric fire
  • Pillows and duvets
  • Cutlery and crockery

    Touring, Caravan, Camping And Tents At Trevella Park:

    Being centrally located Trevella Park prides itself on Its beautiful award winning parkland, making it the ideal base to tour Cornwall. Our spacious well maintained pitches set over three fields offers you the chance to relax whilst enjoying the vibrant colours of nature.

    'Super All Service' Pitches:

  • Extra large hard standing pitches
  • Own water supply
  • Drainage point for waste water
  • 9 channel TV aerial point

  • This property appears courtesy of CampsitesCaravanSites.co.uk


      Area:   --   Pitches:   250   Hardstandings:   65   Statics:   75

    Cafe:   Y   Play Area:   Y   Chemical Toilet Disposal:   Y
    Disabled Facilities:   Y   Electric Hookup:   Y   Entertainment:  
    Gas Refills:   Y   Internet Access:   Y   Laundry:   Y
    Bar:     Indoor Pool:     Outdoor Pool:   Y
    Pets Welcome:   Y   Showers:   Y   Toilets:   Y
    Shop:   Y                

    From the North:
    Leave the M5 J31 onto the A30 towards Bodmin/Okehampton. Travel West on the A30 past Victoria Interchange. At the next exit, leave A30 and head straightforward onto slipway. Enter the roundabout and leave at the 3rd exit onto A39. Stay on A39 for 0.87 miles, enter the roundabout at Halloon and leave at the 2nd exit onto A392, signposted Newquay. Stay on A392 for 5.97 miles, enter the roundabout and leave at the 1st exit onto A3075. Stay on A3075 for 0.25 miles, leave A3075 and turn right into unclassified road, signposted Crantock.

    (If you are in Newquay, take the A3075 to Redruth for 1.5 miles until you see the Crantock signpost. If you are approaching from the west you will see Crantock signposted from the A3075.)

    Follow this road for one mile to the 'T' Junction sign to Newquay, where you turn right and then into Trevella Park entrance.

    Awards and Accolades


    Gold Award for David Bellamy Conservation award.
    Green Tourism Award.

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Electric hook up pithces: £5.00 per night.
    Serviced pitches from £10.00 - £14.00 per night.
    Static Caravans from £239.00 - £805.00 per week.

    We do not charge for Tents, Touring Caravans and Awnings.

    March to November

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