Trefresa Farm Caravan Park is a small, family run holiday park in a great location for exploring the natural beauty of Cornwall, including the county's impressive coastline.
This campsite has a small number of permanent caravans on site that are available for hire, as well as welcoming tents and touring caravans onto the site.
Trefresa Farm Caravan Park is on the outskirts of the popular village of Rock – a much-loved holiday escape. Guests venturing into the town will find all the local amenities they need for a great stay at Trefresa Farm. Local businesses found in the village include butchers, bakers and family pubs, while anyone wanting to do their shopping somewhere a little bigger will find supermarkets a short drive away. Indeed, Wadebridge is only about a 15-minute drive from this campsite and here you'll find a Tesco and a Lidl.
For a day out with a difference, Sharpe’s Brewery is a short 10-minute walk from Trefresa Farm Caravan Park, which offers tours as well as having a great brewery shop. And the whole family will enjoy a day out at the beach – and the nearest to this site is just half a mile away.
The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is also nearby if you've pitched at Trefresa Farm Caravan Park. It's a vast area, covering almost 30% of the county, with breathtaking coastal views, moorland and more, meaning there are a variety of ecosystems, views and habitats to discover.
Padstow is also only around a half hour drive from Trefresa Farm. It's a pretty harbour town and a well known destination for foodies, owing to chef Rick Stein who owns and runs several establishments there. It's the perfect place for enjoying fish and chips while wandering along the quayside.
There is so much to do on your camping and caravan holidays in Cornwall. If you've pitched at Trefresa Farm Caravan Park, the surfing paradise that is Newquay is just a 40-minute drive away, the iconic Fistral Beach a challenge for surfers of all abilities.
St Austell, on the south coast of Cornwall, is only about 45 minutes away by car. It is one of the biggest towns in the county, meaning there are plenty of places to go if you'd like a meal out and a night off cooking and washing up. While here there's another brewery you could visit, the St Austell Brewery, which has a museum and visitor centre. Or how about the world famous Eden Project, which is a great day out for all the family, and there are events here throughout the year to keep you entertained.
Or how about Truro? It is a 50-minute drive from this campsite. Visit the stunning cathedral or go to the annual Truro Festival that runs for two weeks in the springtime. There is also the Royal Cornwall Museum, as well as the Hendra Play Area that is super for kids and sits in the shadow of the imposing viaduct, or relax in the Bosvigo Gardens, the Waterfall Gardens or the Victoria Gardens.
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