Set in the heart of Cornwall, Lanyon Holiday Park is a beautiful, tranquil park. It is within easy reach of Penzance, Falmouth, St. Ives, Eden and Lands End. From the park you can see great views towards St. Ives Bay. The holiday park is loved by all age groups for different reasons and offers traditional holidays as they used to be.
They offer large, free draining pitches with short grass for touring caravans and motor homes. A majority of the pitches have a hedge boundary, and most of them are on level ground. A lot of the pitches feature great views across open countryside to the sea beyond. You can watch beautiful sunsets at the site. Sometimes the sun appears to melt into the sea. The holiday park is loved by all age groups for different reasons and offers traditional holidays as they used to be.
There are three well-kept, modern toilet and shower blocks. They offer pitches with or without electric hook-up points.
They have a limited number of seasonal pitches available. They offer storage facilities throughout the year.
There are free, large draining level pitches with short grass for campers. Nearby there are toilet and shower facilities with a washing up area and a laundrette. You can park adjacent to your camping pitch. They allow controlled barbecues. They offer guests free grass protection slabs on request.
A variety of caravan holiday homes and modern lodges are available for hire.
The park is set in the heart of great countryside. It is in a great position for exploring the many charms of west Cornwall.
You can enjoy 50 kilometres of off-road cycling and walking trails at the nearby, unique Mineral Tramways network.
You can easily reach most of Cornwall's tourist attractions. Nearby is the world famous Eden Project.
The park is situated equally distant between the coastlines. In just 10 minutes by car, you can reach miles of stunning, golden sandy beaches.
Some attractions you might like to visit to the West include the ancient fishing ports of Falmouth and Newlyn on the Southern Coast. You can also choose to explore St. Ives, St. Michael's Mount and the great Lands End.