Calloose Caravan and Camping Park
Calloose Caravan and Camping Park have won awards for the lovely offerings to visitors. Located in a very sheltered valley that traps the sun, it also has a natural spring that goes right the way through the middle of the park. It’s located in St Ives, Cornwall and is eight and a half acres big.
You will be able to take a look at luscious landscapes and see the best of nature in the form of birds, wildlife and flowers. It is the perfect location for people that are fed up of being in the city and need to escape the hustle and bustle of life.
If you have a tent or caravan, we have seven different areas to pitch them upon. Each spot is clearly numbered and marked out. All the roads in the caravan park are made from tarmac. If you do not own your own caravan or tent, we can rent you a lodge or caravan.
• FREE unlimited Wi-Fi
• Shop (fully stocked, open 7 days a week from Spring Bank Holiday to September 1st)
• Also sells Gaz and Calor Gas
• Modern Laundrette
• Washers, driers, spin drier, deep sinks and hot water, irons and ironing boards
• Free Ice Pack Service
• 96 Electric Hook-Ups
• Battery Charging Service
• Toilet Facilities
• Refurbished 2010: Two modern toilet blocks with free showers and a total of 3 family bathrooms
• Individual cubicles, vanitory units, hair driers, power points, and baby room
• Fully equipped disabled persons toilet
• Refurbished: Washing Up Facilities
• Refurbished: Stainless steel sinks for washing up
Everything that you could possibly want or need on your holiday is provided at the Calloose Caravan and Camping Park. You will be able to take a dip in our onsite swimming pool, or take the kids for a splash in the paddling pool. You can also sit back and enjoy a drink on our specially designated terrace for sunbathing.
Cornwall has a plethora of sights to see, from the cliffs the moorlands, to the rough and tough of the North Coast, flowers and creeks. The Cornish coast is also home to historic spots from the Bronze Age, including forts, stones, and field systems.
There are heaps of fishing villages to visit, all of which take you back in time with their unique winding narrow streets and cottage homes that take you to quiet harbours. There is of course also the opportunity to explore the arts and crafts in Newlyn and St Ives. Many a famous writer and artist have been born Cornwall. St Ives displays a lot of their work in the Tate Gallery.
When you are in West Cornwall, a great trip to take would be to the Isles of Scilly. They are approximately 30 miles south west of Lands’ End. They are built up of over 100 islands, only 5 of which people live on. The capital is called St Mary’s, in Tresco and contains world-famous gardens.
If you want to get to the islands, there is a ferry, called the Scillonian 3. It takes 2 and a half hours to cross from Penzance. If you feel like something out of the ordinary, you will also be able to cross on a helicopter on a 20-minute ride. There is also a 15-minute plane flight from the Lands’ End Airport.
It’s the perfect place to keep you busy on holiday and there're numerous activities to participate in including, surfing, diving, fishing, golfing, and walking. You will simply love your stay at Calloose Caravan and Camping Park.
Calloose Caravan & Camping Park