Tregoad Park East Looe, Cornwall, South West England, PL13 1PB (Location map)
Open all year
Visit Cornwall and whatever time of year you choose to make the trip, head to Tregoad Park, a simply stunning holiday destination that's open all year round.
The park is situated in a nicely secluded location, about a five-minute drive from the popular coastal town of Looe. The site itself covers 55 acres and offers tourists access to miles of beautiful Cornish countryside and several incredible beaches. And as this park is open all year, guests are able to secure a seasonal pitch for the full 52 weeks if they wish to.
There is a wide variety of accommodation options open for those looking to stay at Tregoad Park. Static holiday homes, chalets and camping pods are available, along with a vast number of touring and camping pitches, suitable for guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Many of the pitches are hardstanding, while most of them are serviced by electric hook-ups. Water and drainage hook-ups are also available on a selected number of pitches, although there are also water and drainage points found across the park for all guests to make use of.
There is a good range of additional facilities provided at Tregoad Park to ensure guests enjoy the maximum in comfort during their stay, including sanitary and shower blocks, a laundrette and washing up facilities. Gas exchanges are also available at the site, while guests are welcome to use the on-site Wi-Fi. There's a well-stocked shop found on-site, too, while those looking for more than a self-catering option can enjoy food at the on-site café and bar/restaurant, plus there is also a takeaway facility for those wanting to eat back in the privacy of their accommodation.
This is a dog friendly and family friendly park. Please clean up after your dog and ensure it's kept under control and on a lead all the time.
There is plenty for guests of all ages to do at Tregoad Park, with open space for ball games, a heated indoor swimming pool and a clubhouse. The children's play area is great just for little ones, while adults into fishing can enjoy time at the three coarse fishing lakes. When it’s time to relax and unwind, the wonderful jacuzzi spa is just perfect.
Camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall have been popular for decades, and it is not hard to understand why. Maybe you'd like to follow the South West Coast Path, which you can join in Looe. The area's beaches are also one of the reasons people choose to holiday here.
The world famous Eden Project is a 40-minute drive away, while guests looking to explore the country towns and villages of Cornwall will find St Austell, Bodmin and Liskeard all within easy driving distance of Tregoad Park.
For a fun family day out, perhaps you could go to Wild Futures, a monkey sanctuary that's just a five-minute drive from this campsite. Looe itself is also worth exploring – not just because there's a tourist information office there. Visit Looe Island, do the Looe to Polperro walk, or tempt your sweet tooth at Seaside Sweets. There are also a great many pubs, cafes and restaurants here to give you a break from cooking, many of which are clustered around the river, such as The Old Sail Loft, Squid Ink and The Admiral Boscarn.
However you like to spend your holidays, pitch at Tregoad Park when you next visit Cornwall and make memories to last a lifetime.
The City of Plymouth, The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Porfell Animal Land, Carnglaze Caverns, Dobwalls Adventure Park, National Marine Aquarium, sailing, fishing, golf, Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor, Polperro, Fowey, the South West Coast Path and country walks.
Childrens Splash Pool.
Based on 2 review(s)
somerset 17 Jun 2012
Just had 3 days st this site and felt compelled to leave a review. The main reason for this is that we were simply stunned by the real friendliness of the staff. Add to this the very warm indoor pool and spa, the clean and modern toilet blocks and the well priced bar and restaurant and we came away one very happy family. We will definitely be going back
Dorset 06 Jun 2008
We keep coming back to this park every year, if only for a long weekend. The staff are friendly and this contributes to the aymosphere of the bar/bistro. Pitches are a mix of grass and hard standing, with a continual process of upgrade going on to the facilities, resulting in good shower blocks, laundry, etc. Outdoor swimming pool is popular in the summer (on the odd occasions that happens!!). A good spot to spend NewYears Eve, with a good party going on every year.