Cox Hill Chacewater
- 01209 820762
Chacewater Park has been owned and operated by our family since 1986. We provide excellent facilities in a relaxing environment catering exclusively for adults. 6.5 acres divided into ten areas offering hardstanding and fully serviced hardstanding pitches. Special weekly rates for over 50’s when pre-booked with a booking form. A limited number of dogs are accepted on the park by pre-arrangement only one per unit. We are situated in the centre of West Cornwall so are ideally located for exploring all of our beautiful county, either by car or public transport (bus stop 400 yards and Park and Ride for Truro 3 miles from entrance). We are approximately 0.75 mile from Chacewater Village which has 2 pubs both serving food, fish and chip shop, grocery shop and health centre. Our reception houses a library where guests can borrow or swap books, tourist information leaflets, shop providing basic essentials and Calor Gas exchange. We have two toilet/shower facilities, laundry room chemical emptying point and 100 electric hook-up points, being only a few miles from the transmitter mast we have an excellent television reception. Wi-Fi is available on site. For further details, tariffs and booking form please visit our website.
Book 2 weeks in May on a standard pitch and get the second week at half price
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Adults only
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- 100 Electric hook-ups
- 29 Water hook-ups
- 29 Drainage hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- 2 Sanitary block(s)
- 1 Laundry
- 1 Shop
- Wireless internet
- 3 Chemical disposal point
- 2 Washing up facilities
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Twenty minutes west of the ancient port City of Truro and Thirty from Falmouth. Only 7 miles from both the north and south coasts of Cornwall. We are central for all Cornwall has to offer from National Trust houses and gardens, Eden Project, The National Maritime Museum as seen on Antiques Roadshow, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Legendary Lands End & Tintagel, Port Issac home to Doc Martin and the Fishermans Friends, to the awe inspiring coastline which provides a contrast of beaches from sand to pebbles. So from the border to the end of the land, Cornwall is there to be discovered - and you are never very far from Chacewater Park
Chacewater Park ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (5.0/5.0)
Exellent site deserves all its stars. Cleaness is marvellous and the facilites ideal. The whole place has a friendly atmosphere and the owners could not be better. Nothing is too much trouble which is why we keep returning year after year This year will be our tenth visit and I cannot see it stopping now.
Chacewater Park, Truro, Cornwall
This reviewer is a couple, a tourer/motorhomer
3 Mar 2008
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks Award 2008
Chacewater Park is a quiet haven in Cornwall exclusively for adults aged over 30, and is the perfect spot for a relaxing rural holiday. It is located ten minutes out of the county town of Truro, the gateway to western Cornwall. This makes it ideal for exploring the region’s natural beauty, its picturesque villages and its varied coastline. All caravan pitches are hardstanding with electric hook-up. Many also have water points. Site amenities include two washblocks, launderette, small shop and gas exchange.
21 Apr 2007
Practical Caravan Top 100 Parks awards 2007.
If you want a break away from children or noise in general, then you’ll find Chacewater Park to be a haven of peace and calm. Not only is this an adults-only site, it’s also exclusively for the use of over 30s.
The large pitches are mostly hardstanding and are laid out over 10 different areas, with the rows of pitches backing onto hedges, trees or a neat dividing fence. There’s plenty of space between the pitches, so this is an ideal touring park for anyone who values their privacy. Well kept flower beds lend some welcome colour. There’s a four-and-a-half acre dog-walking field for those with four-legged friends to take care of.
A small on-site shop provides newspapers, milk and other essentials, and the toilet and shower facilities are always kept spotlessly clean.
Chacewater Park is well placed for visits to Truro, Redruth, Camborne and the Roseland Peninsula.
St Mawes Castle is an easy drive away, as is Caerhayes Castle Garden, a 60-acre garden noted for its camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons.
With so many places to visit nearby, and such a quiet and friendly atmosphere on site, it’s no wonder that many caravanners come back to Chacewater Park year after year.
21 Apr 2006
Practical Motorhome Independent Site Reviews.
This is a quiet, inconspicuous and friendly site owned, and run, since 1989 by Richard Peterken and his daughters, Mandy and Debbie. The site is set out across several level paddocks, just off a secluded lane. The first three paddocks, close to the huge dog walk, are reserved for tourers with dogs. Only 20 such visitors are allowed on site at a time, and usually only one dog is permitted per pitch. All pitches are supplied with electrical points, 80 per cent of which are all-weather hard-standing pitches, and 29 are full-service.
The large, modernised reception area houses a small shop selling newspapers, milk and all the basics, plus motorcaravanning essentials.
A daily newspaper booking service is available. There are videos for hire and a book exchange, as well as the usual tourist information service. The reception area also houses the main toilet/shower building.
The site was originally set up for families with children. Then, in 1999, the Peterkens saw a niche in the market and took a chance, converting their park to accommodate only adults aged 30 and over.
Their bold decision proved wise and now Chacewater is a very popular destination.
It's often filled with teachers on half-term or vacation breaks. Over 60 per cent of the bookings for June and July are pre-booked by guests from previous years, and at least 85 per cent of the clientele are over 50 years old. And, due to the Peterkens' policy of continuing improvement, we will see more facilities for handicapped visitors in years to come.
As pleasant as it is to sit and relax on your pitch, with a view of old mining chimneys on the adjacent hillside, Chacewater Park makes a convenient base from which to visit many places in Cornwall. It is only a ten-minute drive to Truro and close to Redruth, Camborne, Falmouth and the Roseland Peninsula, as well as the beaches and Coastal Path on both the north and south coasts.
20 Apr 2006
Practical Caravans Top 100 Parks Awards 2006
Although it used to be
a family park, Chacewater Park now caters exclusively
for adults over 30, promising
a wonderfully quiet and relaxing holiday in a most civilised setting. Its large pitches, most of which are hardstanding, are laid out over 10 different areas, with the rows of pitches backing onto perimeter hedging or a neat dividing fence. The grass awning areas between the pitches are kept in immaculate condition, while beautifully planted flower beds add colour and interest.
In order to give caravanners
as relaxing a holiday as possible, the three touring areas nearest the dog walk are reserved for dog-owners only, which means that non-doggie types are not bothered by four-legged visitors. The whole site is absolutely pristine, although it retains
a simple, country feel, with outdoor dishwashing sinks and just a small shop for newspapers, milk and other essentials.
As pleasant as it is to sit and relax on your pitch, with a view of several old mining chimneys as a backdrop, Chacewater Park is a convenient centre for visiting Truro, Redruth, Camborne and the whole of the Roseland Peninsula. It’s not surprising that so many guests return again and again to this site to enjoy a tranquil break.
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