Holiday within walking distance of stunning stretches of heavenly Cornish sands. The award-winning Trevella Park lies just outside of Newquay, the UK’s premier surfing destination. Seek excitement on the waves, find relaxation on the golden beaches or head inland to discover the mesmerizing landscapes of England’s southwestern tip.
And with a heated outdoor swimming pool, two fishing lakes, adventure playgrounds, crazy golf and regular group activities and events, there’s more than enough to keep you entertained onsite too.
Choose to base your self-catering holiday in Newquay in a comfortable caravan, a cosy lodge, an exotic safari tent or a stylish geodome. Pet-friendly options are available.
Trevella’s reputation as one of Cornwall’s best holiday parks has been recognised time and again. The many awards the park has won include Tripadvisor's Certificate of Excellence, the David Bellamy Gold Award for green achievements and Cornwall Tourism's award for Best Holiday Park. But to really discover what makes this holiday park so great, you’ll have to come and see for yourself.
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Heated outdoor swimming pool, fishing lakes, crazy golf, games room, ice pack freezing facilities
DirectionsDrive on the on the A30 to Indian Queens, turn right on to A392. Follow signs to Newquay until you come to Quintrell Downs roundabout. Take the exit signposted Crantock Road. Foolow this road to the Trevemper Bridge Roundabout. Turn left on to A3075, the Redruth Road for 200 yards and you will see signposts for Crantock.
Our incredible setting on the north coast of Cornwall means that we are close to Crantock Beach – which we think is one of the best in the world – Newquay has a whole range of fascinating attractions, such as the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Minack Theatre.
Based on 3 review(s)
Derbyshire, UK 28 Jul 2012
Booked to pitch our tent there 11th Aug 2012 online, only to be told the next day by a very stroppy member of staff that the pitch was unsuitable for tents, (even though described as serviced grass pitch with electric hook up). They seemed unwilling to help and just kept telling us to wait a few days to 'see what they can do' all while still having our money. Also initially never offered any apology and as far as I know its still being listed on their website as availiable.
Cheshire 25 Jul 2010
The family arrived at this site in late June just outside the main holiday season and we had a great stay. The team in reception were very helpful and booking was no problem. We chose a Premier pitch for all them amenities and were very pleased. The park was very clean and tidy and all the staff friendly. Upon arrival we had a look around the park and were very happy with our choice. Their is a reception with separate information point, laundry, games room, large shop and takeaway/restaurant. The food was great from the site and indulged in a few takeaways back to the van. There is no club but we didn't mind that at all. There is a toilet block for each large field, one for the camping, one for the bottom fields and one by the statics. The swimming pool was very clean and secure, albeit unattanded. There is a kids pool as well as the larger pool. There are 2 play areas with different apparatus for young and older children. The park is about a mile away from the nearest village and beach, which we can highly recommend. We all had a whale of a time on the beach (very clean). The site is also about half a mile from the nearest main road, handy, with no noise emenating from it. The site has a bus stop outside the entrance with a regular service to Newquay and Truro. We would certainly recommend the site and are going to be booking a pitch there again next year.
Trevella Park, Newquay, Cornwall
Cheshire 31 Jul 2008
We have just returned from 2 weeks at Trevella in a tourer. This was the second time we have stayed there ( because of proximity to surf) First the good news. The site itself is well-maintained with good sized pitches, beautiful flowers, and panoramic views. The facilities are plentiful (shop, cafe, laundrette, outdoor pool, kids play area, fishing lake) and generally clean, and in the case of the showers free. The staff are friendly and there are no silly rules or regulations. Gnerally it is a very peaceful and relaxed site. We have never encountered late night noise, and there is no club (that's a good thing for us but obviously that's our preference and others may disagree). I think it is reasonably priced for the standard of facilities. Off site, there is a very pleasant walk through fields to Crantock Beach (good for surfing and bathing), or a little bit further to Newquay itself. There is a supermarket within a mile, and a good bus service to Newquay if you fancy leaving the car behind.
So why would I not give it top marks? Well to begin with despite what it says in the 'professional' reviews, most of the site is on a very steep slope, and it takes some doing to get the van level (although there are no obvious rules about how you park it or which way you face). Secondly three of the 4 toilet blocks are well past their sell-by date. The showers are exceptionally cramped (and we are neither very tall nor broad) and there are no privacy cubicles (as you would expect at a 'premier' site). A small but irritating lack of hooks or a place to put your things while having a shower also takes marks off. There is a brand new extension to one block with family bathrooms bigger showers and privacy cubicles so perhaps more updating is on the way but even here not enough hooks!
Overall this is a good family site, in an excellent location. Perhaps we're a bit picky or perhaps we've been spoilt by other sites.
Trevella Park, Newquay, Cornwall.
Somerset 11 Jan 2004
We have been staying on this park now for many years ,
have allways found it very clean , plenty to do for kids ,
as for the two lakes they are two of the best on any caravan site in cornwall