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Little Trethvas Camping & Touring Site

Little Trethvas Camping & Touring Site is a small and friendly site situated on the unique and unspoilt Lizard Peninsular. It is a great base from which to explore this wonderful corner of Cornwall.

Touring Caravans, Motorhomes and Tents are welcome to our level site. The caravan and camping fields are enclosed by hedging and the centre of the fields are kept free for the children to play with plenty of room for kite flying, cricket and rounders etc.

There is modern toilet/shower facilities with lovely free hot showers, dishwashing area and fridge and freezer for your use. Also a Laundry room with Washer and Tumble dryer and Tourist information area.

Little Trethvas Camping & Touring Site also offers self-catering accommodation in a three bedroomed six-berth holiday home and superb holiday cottages.



The park is in a great position to explore the special places the Lizard peninsular has to offer. Fantastic beaches, wonderful walks, scrumptious food, scenic drives through sleepy villages and wooded valleys.

Trot off on horseback across the Goonhilly Downs or to the beach for a canter in the sea. Or while away a day in the idylic gardens that slope down to the river.

Flambards Leisure Park is on the edge of Helston as is the Seal Sanctuary. Helford river is acroos the peninsular and you can cross on the ferry to visit the wonderful gardens that slope down to the shores. 15 miles away you have St Michaels mount and Penzance. In the other direction there is Falmouth with is lively harbour and Maritime museum. Truro is one hours drive away but well worth a visit.

Explore the creeks that branch off the Helford river and used to be the haunt of smugglers -If history is your thing there are iron age settlements, barrows and of course the tin mines to visit. This area is known as ‘The Menage’ in Cornish this means ‘Land of the Saints’, so paths dotted with Celtic crosses where early christian pilgrims walked criss cross the peninsular. Remains of little chapels can often be found in the undergrowth. Ironage settlements and burial mounds are dotted all over the Lizard and of course theres the tin mines to visit and learn about Cornwalls industrial past.


Little Trethvas is easy to find. jut follow signs for the Lizard and two miles on from the Mullion turn take the little lane signposted Cadgwith and Little Trethvas is 50 yards down on the right.


Visit Little Trethvas Camping & Touring Site website for further information

Little Trethvas Camping & Touring Site

Little Trethvas Camping & Touring Site
The Lizard
TR12 7AT

Caravan Hire
Chemical Disposal Point
Car Parking
Dogs allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Ice Pack Facility
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Wheelchair Access
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