Trevalgan Touring Park
Set between granite hills that are covered in heather and yellow flowering gorse bushes, and the dramatic coastline, Trevalgan Touring Park has a wonderful, tranquil atmosphere. This rural touring park is located near St. Ives in Cornwall. You will be just 2 miles from the town centre and the beaches.
The park's touring and camping facilities have been meticulously laid-out in order to complement both the park and its setting. They have some of the best campsite facilities in Cornwall. Their aim is to combine the best of a rural camping venue with facilities that make guests' stay easy and comfortable. You will truly have a fun time at Trevalgan Touring Park.
Trevalgan Touring Park have a reception and shop that offers a good selection of daily essentials, as well as toys and gifts. There is plenty of space on the park for games, cricket, rounders, and kite flying. They even have goal posts for soccer. The touring park offers a play area, a games room and a TV room to occupy and entertain young visitors.
The park has a clean and well-maintained toilet and shower block. You can use these facilities for free, including the hot showers. They also have a baby room, a dish washing room and a laundrette with a view so that guests can have as comfortable a stay as possible at the park. Their holistic approach to caring for their guests has earned the park a 4 Star rating with the Tourist Board. They have also won a David Bellamy Award for Conservation because of their efforts to protect the environment of the park.
Trevalgan Touring Park has a large variety of entertainment facilities, including the TV room and the games room. The park also has a friendly staff to assist guests during their stay. Groups of all ages will enjoy the site's lovely setting. They will appreciate the choice of beaches, walks and attractions that make sure that each day of their visit will be filled with something new and exciting.
From the site there are walks to both St. Ives and Zennor and beyond. Along these walks, guests can see magnificent views, as well as an abundance of flowers and wildlife. There is an amazing variety of birds in the area. While on the cliff tops you can even see seals, dolphins and sometimes porpoises.
Guests of all ages can enjoy the wonders of West Cornwall. Both young and old will enjoy the lovely coastline. The county of Cornwall is well-renowned for its surfing beaches. They host international surfing competitions, and you can enjoy other water sports throughout the year.
The county has a mild climate that makes its gardens and hedgerows particularly beautiful. The area was blossoming with beautiful and exotic plants long before the "up country" gardens were created. The town of St. Ives offers so much more than the average resort town. You can see a wide variety of wildlife in West Cornwall. Badgers, rabbits, foxes and a huge variety of birds are on display.
There is a variety of night life to enjoy, including traditional Cornish pubs, lively nightclubs, discos and a more relaxed and romantic atmosphere than you will find in many restaurants. Local sea food is a specialty cuisine many restaurants feature.
At Trevalgan Touring Park, in particular, there is spectacular scenery, including bracken-covered hills, cattle in the fields, rugged cliffs and the sparkling blue sea.
The park hopes that the peace and friendly atmosphere that is prominent in their campsite, that is located on the North Coast of Cornwall, will make guests want to return again and again.
DIRECTIONS: Exit the A30 at Hayle bypass roundabout follow the HR yellow signs(B3306) for St. Ives. Turn left at a second mini roundabout. Proceed for two and a half miles (via Halsetown); at junction with B3306 turn left for half a mile where you will see our site sign. Turn right.