Riverside Holiday Park
- 01637 873617
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet close to Newquays glorious sandy beaches.
Our tranquil park, situated on the River Gannel, makes an ideal holiday destination, where you can relax, unwind or explore.
We have a covered heated swimming pool, games room, shop, "Bar Riverside", and laundry.
We cater for couples and families only.
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- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Children's play area
- Electric hook-ups
- Sanitary block(s)
- Take away food
- Washing up facilities
- Club house
The Local Farm Shop - Trevilley Farm
On the outskirts and as you enter the lane to the Riverside Holiday Park you will pass our local farm shop. As you can see it is stocked to the hilt with fabulous provisions and supplies.
All products are locally grown or produced and supplied from Newquay and the surrounding region and virtually all are organic and traditional.
The owners of the Trevilley Farm Shop pride themselves on good quality Cornish foods
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Beautiful beaches, surfing, coastal walks, fishing, golf, horse riding, National Trust houses and gardens, theme parks, zoo and many more!
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Boat launch
- Cycle hire
- Swimming (Outdoor)
- Water Sports
- Internet Access
- Games Room
- TV Room
Newquay and the surrounding area offer something for everyone:
Beautiful sandy beaches, surfing, coastal walks, fishing, golf, horse riding, National Trust houses and gardens, theme parks, zoos and many other attractions. Summer in Cornwall is a time for local and traditional celebrations. Most villages have flower or music festivals and the towns have spectacular regatta or carnival weeks. For the youngsters there are many theme parks ranging from the historical to the just thrilling!
Newquay is Cornwall’s premier resort and offers sport and leisure facilities for all tastes and ages, situated at the heart of Cornwall it is an excellent starting point to discover our rugged coastline, quaint fishing ports and wonderful beaches. Take a day to travel inland to the now famous Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan or enjoy a leisurely walk around any of the county’s famous gardens. In a day you can easily explore any part of Cornwall from Land’s End to Looe, St Ives to Tintagel, home to the legendary King Arthur.
Situated on the rugged coastline of North Cornwall, Newquay boasts some of the finest views in our country of the mighty Atlantic Ocean and is known as a surf mecca in the UK.
Whatever your interests come and enjoy your camping or caravanning holiday at Riverside Holiday Parks Cornwall and enjoy our mild climate any time of year.