Old Kerrow Farm Holiday Park is a beautiful family retreat set over 20 acres of beautiful Cornwall landscape, close to the world famous Eden Project. The park holds a three-star AA pennant, and is open all throughout the year. Old Kerrow Farm Holiday Park has a number of static caravans available for hire, while guests with touring caravans, motorhomes, tents, and larger RVs are also welcome at the park. Lodges and log cabins are also available.
All permanently situated accommodation is fitted with the latest in modern commodities and appliances, ensuring guests enjoy maximum comfort during their stay.
All of the caravan and motorhome pitches are serviced with electric and water hook-ups, while most have drainage facilities available, too. Seasonal pitches are available for guests looking to enjoy an extended stay while caravan and motorhome storage is also available at the park.
The amenities block at Old Kerrow Farm Holiday Park features toilets, showers, and other facilities, while there is also an on-site clubhouse. Children and families can enjoy ball games and other activities in front of the clubhouse building, and there is a designated dog walking field, too.
The location of the park in central Cornwall means it is the ideal location to use as a base for exploring the county, with guests often capitalising and taking the opportunity to explore as much of Cornwall as they can.
Three miles away guests will find the Eden Project, while the Lost Gardens of Heligan isn’t as well known an attraction yet is just as fun, exciting, and educational. In St. Austell guests will find shops along with cultural attractions including museums, art galleries and exhibitions. Most of the major supermarkets are found in St Austell for guests looking to do their holiday souvenir shopping, while tourists looking to bag a bargain should check out the weekend market in the town, which is one of the largest in the United Kingdom. In addition to traditional country pubs, restaurants, and cafés, there is also a range of popular takeaway outlets. The town has a leisure centre and a cinema to help keep tourists occupied during their time in St Austell.
The nearest beaches are six miles away on St. Austell Bay, which is close to the popular fishing town of Mevagissey. The beaches there are ideal for swimming and paddling, while keen fishermen may even be able to organise a boat trip out into the English Channel or Atlantic with one of the local businesses. Those looking for livelier beach resorts should head to north Cornwall and check out Newquay and Padstow.
Being at one with nature is easy at the park thanks to the miles of pathways and countryside that can be navigated on foot or bicycle. The South West Coastal Path can be joined at various points and gives tourists amazing views across the countryside as well as out to sea.
Old Kerrow Farm Holiday Park is an amazing place for family motorhome, RV and caravan holidays in Cornwall, as well as a good place to find log cabins to rent, lodges and holiday homes for hire. This park allows guests to see as much of Cornwall as they can fit into their trip!
Its location in the very centre of Cornwall makes it an ideal base for touring the whole of the county and it has close proximity to many of the major attractions including the Eden Project which is only 4 miles away and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Other attractions include nearby museums and galleries.
There are local footpaths, cycle routes and we are only 6 miles from the wonderful beaches that occupy the scenic St Austell Bay. Mevagissey, which is a typical Cornish fishing harbour, is a short distance from St Austell and still has a working fishing fleet.
St Austell offers a choice of supermarkets and one of the largest indoor weekend markets in the country.
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20 Jan 2008
When we arrived at this park the reception was closed and another camper who uses the site regularly told us where to pitch because the owners were at work. I got the feeling that they hadn't had the site long but we never saw the owners for three days. The shower block was clean but the waste disposal facilities were primitive and to fetch water/empty waste was a good uphill slog. This is where I learned to hook the wastemaster to the towball and tow it to the emptying point. We were there in March 2006 so maybe things have improved since. At the time the owners were putting in statics at the top end.