Newquay Holiday Park5.3
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Calling all water babies: Newquay Holiday Park has not one but three outdoor swimming pools for you to jump into in high season (May to mid-September), all heated to balmy temperatures, plus a 200m waterslide built into the lush green hillside. Not forgetting the superb surfing and watersports galore on the idyllic beaches of Newquay, only three miles away...
This spacious site is set in perfect Cornish countryside and provides plenty of fun for the kids, whether they’re at the slides and ball pool stage, or old enough for the ropes and cargo nets of the assault course. There are fun-packed kids’ clubs for all ages, four adventure play areas, pitch and putt, nature trails, a pool room and an amusements arcade.
Anyone who’s worked up an appetite should make a beeline for the relaxed surrounds of the Tregenna Bar and Grill, which does a family-friendly range of food all day, plus a decent coffee. Also included in your pitch price is the evening entertainment from the Parkdean Troupers: cabaret, comedy, competitions and more.
All roads lead - with good reason - to the beaches, attractions, shops and eateries of Newquay. If you fancy a go at surfing, you’ve picked the right place: there are surf schools at nearby Holywell Bay and Lusty Glaze, a private cove where the adventure centre also offers coasteering, abseiling, jetskiing and lots of other thrilling stuff.
Encourage any budding David Attenboroughs with a trip to one of the wildlife attractions a short drive away: Newquay Zoo has big cats and monkeys, the Blue Reef Aquarium offers close encounters of a toothy kind, and you can handle tame owls and see some impressive falconry displays at the Screech Owl Sanctuary. For more domestic creatures, try Dairyland Farm World, where visitors can get hands on in the milking parlour and feed and pat a variety of furry friends.
Gardening gurus will enjoy the tropical adventures of the Eden Project, the romantic landscaping of the Lost Gardens of Heligan, or the zen Japanese Garden and Bonsai Nursery in St. Mawgan.
The list of attractions goes on and on, with something for all tastes: cider farms, theme parks, castles, stately homes, steam railways, museums, galleries, water parks...Cornwall really does have it all!
Water quality at nearby bathing waters
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- Newquay Zoo (2.1 miles)
- Blue Reef Aquarium (2.6 miles)
- Fistral Beach (3.1 miles)
- Trerice (2.6 miles)
- Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps (4.0 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Newquay - River Gannel - Crantock - Polly Joke - Newquay
- Bedruthen Steps and Park Head (4.1 miles)
- Holywell Bay - Cubert Common (5.7 miles)
- Bedruthen Steps and Park Head (4.1 miles)
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33% would recommend this site to a friend.
33% would stay here again.
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End of season weekend break 23 Oct 2013
scott_w2 (Family with young children, 1 review) Confirmed
great location close to activities friendly staff poor food service 24 Jul 2013
jon_p (Family with young children, 1 review) Confirmed
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Horse riding nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
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- Coach stations
St Columb Minor (Cornwall): Church St Coach Stop — 0.9 miles
0.9 miles Newquay: Porthfour Turn Coach Stop — 1.4 miles
1.4 miles Newquay Bus Station — 2.7 miles
- Train stations
Quintrell Downs Rail Station — 1.2 miles
1.2 miles Newquay Rail Station — 2.3 miles
2.3 miles St Columb Road Rail Station — 4.1 miles
- Ferry ports
Padstow Ferry Landing — 9.2 miles
9.2 miles Rock Padstow Ferry Landing — 9.6 miles
9.6 miles Tolverne Ferry Landing — 13.8 miles
Newquay St Mawgan Airport — 2.0 miles
2.0 miles Penzance Airport — 29.8 miles
From most parts of the country follow the M4/5 towards Exeter and then the A30 signed Okehampton and continue for approximately 65 miles until the village of Victoria.
Proceed on the A30 for one mile and take the turn signed RAF St. Mawgan.
After three miles take the second turn on the roundabout signed Newquay (A3059).
After four miles turn right at the bottom of the hill into the park.
Nearest station - Newquay, approximately a 10-minute drive from the park.
Main lines - Bristol-Penzance via Exeter and Plymouth; change before Par for Newquay.
The nearest bus stop is outside the park about a five-minute walk away - this service goes directly to Newquay town centre and back to the park.
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