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Attractions Near Us

Located in the Connor Downs area, our campsite provides a great base to visit some of the prettiest locations in Cornwall, including St Ives, St Erth,  Godrevy, Portreath, Porthleven, Praa Sands, Marazion, Long Rock, Newlyn, Lizard Peninsula and Carbis Bay.

Our Cornwall camping site and caravan park location gives visitors simple access to the following world-famous attractions across the County:

Set amidst 28 acres of beautiful countryside, Pick Your Own is a wonderful family day out. Choose

from an abundance of fruit and vegetables to pick, and with information signs dotted around the farm park, you can learn while you wander.

Trevaskis Farm Site


Whether you live in Cornwall or are visiting on holiday, we would love to welcome you to Paradise Park!

So many things to do with over 140 species and a total of over 650 birds there is a stunning range to see.

Paradise Park Site


The beach is a favourite destination for surfers as the constant swell coming in from the ocean provides good all year round conditions. Common seals are a regular sight near the beach and the area is a breeding ground for colonies of seabirds such as guillemots, razorbills and cormorants.

EdenProjectThe Eden Project, an educational charity, connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future.

Our visitor destination in Cornwall, UK, is nestled in a huge crater. Here, massive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serve as a backdrop to our striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts and exciting year-round family events.

Eden Project Site


The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is a fully independent museum. The result of collaboration between the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich and the former Cornwall Maritime Museum in Falmouth, the museum was officially opened in 2003 and is located on the aptly named Discovery Quay in Falmouth, south Cornwall.

Maritime Museum Site


The Minack is a unique theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic ocean. We put on a full programme of drama, musicals and opera every summer, together with music, comedy and story-telling.

We are open all year round for you to come and explore this amazing place and discover the incredible story of Rowena Cade who created the theatre. We look forward to welcoming you

Minack Theatre Site

St Micheal's MountFrom ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide, St Michael’s Mount is beckoning.

Striding the causeway, or crossing by boat. Treading medieval pathways or exploring sub-tropical gardens. Climbing to the castle or uncovering stories of harbour, legend and family home. Admire the views, hear the islanders’ tales and unearth a history that lives on in every step. Through time and tide the Mount creates moments to remember. What will yours be? 

St Michael’s Mount Site


Flambards Theme Park, Helston, Cornwall is a great family fun day out with plenty of great things to do! Brave the sky-high thrill rides, or enjoy the undercover soft play area. Discover dinosaurs in the Jurassic Journey and uncover fossils in the Dino Dig.  Step back in time in the life-size Victorian Village and experience Britain in the Blitz in the award-winning Indoor Attractions.

Flambards Site


Tate St Ives is part of the Tate family of venues that includes Tate Modern, Tate Britain and Tate Liverpool and opened in 1993 to celebrate the rich history of modern art in St Ives. Today that history continues to inspire its seasonal exhibitions of international modern and contemporary art, presented within the gallery’s dramatic spaces with breath-taking views of the beach.

Tate Gallery

TehidyCountryParkSet in the beautiful, wooded surroundings of Tolskithy Valley, our a multi award-winning holiday park in Cornwall is recognised as one of the finest small parks in the UK. A haven of peace and tranquillity, our site is the perfect place to get away from it all.

Tehidy Woods Website


The sandy beach at Godrevy is connected to Gwithian beach at lower tides to create an impressive stretch of sand.

The beach terminates with a low rocky headland and the famous Godrevy lighthouse (of Virginia Woolfe’s To The Lighthouse fame) on an island just off the coast.

Godrevy Website

We stayed here for a few nights in July. Absolutely brilliant campsite with really good facilities. Nice warm showers, good laundry and washing up area. The owners were really nice and helped us out greatly by changing a tyre for us when we arrived! Couldn't recommend this site enough 🙂 will definitely visit here again next time we are in Cornwall
We stayed from 29th July to 2nd August at this wonderful family run site. The family were so welcoming and helped us with pitching our tent even providing us with suitable pegs. The facilities are clean and well maintained and pitches are not crammed together. It is a quiet site, ideal for families. We thank you for the very warm welcome and assistance during our stay. We would highly recommend this site and we will return in the not so distant future. Many thanks The Phillips family ( Worcestershire)