Enclosed by mature woodland, Cosawes Park is a small touring and camping park that also has a residential park home site. There are plenty of private walks on site as well as a variety of wildlife.
The park successfully combines scenic beauty with practical facilities. They have established themselves as Cornwall's most exclusive park.
Cosawes Park is a 100 acre site that is safe, peaceful and friendly. The site has natural shelter from the worst of the winter weather, and it forms a sun-trap during the warm summer months. They light the roads at night for safety. There is always a warden on hand to deal with guests' requests and emergencies.
The site has been owned for many years by the Fraser family. They have recently modernised all of their facilities.
Cosawes Park offers 25 large, serviced pitches on gravel hard standings. Each has its own fenced-off space. The pitches are very popular with motor caravan owners and are very useful for twin-axle vans. They have an additional 35 grass pitches that are slightly sloping, some of which feature electricity. They also have a private and separate, large residential area that is away from the touring section.
Though they constantly improve their touring and camping facilities, the park has successfully remained loyal to the more rustic roots of camping. The site does not feature clubhouses, bars, swings, roundabouts, swimming pools or any form of noisy entertainment.
Cosawes Park is situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site's strengths include their practical facilities and the peace, quiet and unspoiled quality of the environment around them.
The site is not for guests who want a singing-and-dancing touring park.
PLACES TO VISIT:
• National Trust Gardens such as Trelissick and Glendurgan are both within 8 miles
• The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth (5 miles)
• Pendennis and St. Mawes Castles (English Heritage) within 7 miles (the later reached by ferry)
• The Eden Project (35 miles)
• Falmouth (shops, pubs, good restaurants, beaches etc.) – 5 miles
• Flambards theme park – 6 miles
• Mylor – 3 miles (for water-based activities)
• The Helford River (for walks, pubs, literary connections, etc.)
• Porthtowan – 10 miles (for surfing, coastal walks)
• Bissoe Cycle Trail – 2 miles (cross-county cycle pathway)
• The Falmouth Oyster Festival (every October),
• Falmouth Food and Drink Week (every February)
• Cornwall Food and Drink Festival (every September)
• Daphne Du Maurier Festival (every May) in Fowey (40 miles away)
• St. Ives Literature Festival (every May) in St. Ives (24 miles)
• Eden Sessions (June/July) in St. Austell (35 miles)
• Boardmasters (Aug) in Newquay (20 miles)