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Caravanning in Cornwall


Whether you’re dreaming of holidaying on a small, rural site perched up on Bodmin Moor, or prefer to fall asleep to the crash of waves on Newquay beaches, Cornwall offers plenty of choice for caravanning. Touring sites with all mod cons, holiday parks happy to welcome the dog, kid-friendly or adults-only spots – they’re all out there, set up and ready and waiting for you. Read on to see what you could do on a caravan holiday in Cornwall.

Where you should stay in Cornwall

  • Cornwall is world-famous for surfing, so if you’re looking for that big break out on the waves, book well-equipped caravan sites close to beaches like Newquay and Portreath. The hot showers back at base will keep you clean, and you can often air your gear in the laundry.

  • The Cornish coastline is dotted with the cutest harbourside villages like Mousehole and St Agnes, packed with pubs selling fresh seafood, local museums to discover and indie boutiques. Basing your caravan at a site near lively Camborne means you can jump into the car for intriguing day trips to villages on both coastlines.

  • After a peaceful, rural break on your caravan holiday? Have a look at sites around Bodmin Moor, often overlooked in the great rush to the south-coast beaches. It’s a shorter drive, the crowds will largely disappear and the moorland views from your quiet Cornish touring site will be superb.

  • If your dogs come as part of your holiday deal, there are loads of dog-friendly caravan sites in Cornwall. Why not consider a site near beaches like Tintagel and Bude, where dogs are welcome to run about all year around?

  • You’ll need to keep the kids entertained on your Cornwall family break, so think about staying near lifeguarded beaches like Mevagissey or within easy distance of attractions like The Eden Project or Flambards Theme Park. Look for a caravan site with facilities like an indoor pool in case the weather turns rainy. 

What you can do in Cornwall

  • Warmed by the Gulf Stream, Cornwall has numerous gorgeous gardens to discover. The West Penwith peninsula is a handy base for keen horticulturists, with easy access to gardens at Trewidden and Tanglewood. There’s also an art trail at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, and palm trees growing at Morrab Gardens in Penzance.

  • Learn about Cornwall’s mining heritage on the Coast to Coast walk along former tramways around Redruth, or try the Blue Hills Tin Mine Walk past ruined shafts and chimneys on the St Agnes Heritage Coast near Perranporth. No matter what the weather is doing, you can soon warm up with a cup of tea back at your caravan.

  • Famous for its tasty pasties, Cornwall is also a well-known foodie destination. Award-winning restaurants are found across the county, or you can sample the best local produce from big-name chefs if you’re staying near Padstow and Port Isaac on the Camel Estuary.

  • Cornwall is an art-lover’s hotspot too, with enticing galleries in south-coast towns like Marazion and Penzance. Or head north and stay near St Ives to spend time pottering around exhibitions at the famous Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Here’s how

Pitchup is designed to make it easy to find and book your break. Each and every one of our touring caravan sites has slightly different features and facilities, so personalise your search by using the filters on this page to find a spot that’s just right for you. Perhaps you’d like an adults-only site, or somewhere with lots of facilities for the kids? Select as few or as many filters as you like and you’ll see all the options that match your needs.

Intrigued to know where else you can find caravanning breaks in the UK? If you’re keen to visit the West Country, have a look at options in Devon, Dorset or Somerset, or you can search more caravanning options in England, Wales and Scotland to find inspiration for future breaks.