Cosawes Park is an award winning, five-star holiday park on the outskirts of Cosawes Wood, a short distance from the A39 Truro/Falmouth road.
This campsite in Cornwall is open all year round and welcomes guests with touring caravans, tents and motorhomes. Seasonal and serviced pitches are available – 25 of the pitches at Cosawes Park are premium, serviced pitches, which have electric hook-ups as well as water and drainage hook-ups. There's also an amenities block with toilets, basins and showers, and a dishwashing area.
Wi-Fi is available here and it is a secure campsite, with 24-hour CCTV and a warden who lives on site.
The park is mainly an adult site, however well behaved pets and children are allowed to stay at the park owner’s discretion. There is no bar or clubhouse found at the site, as Cosawes Park aims to provide an authentic camping experience and a relaxing, tranquil break.
This campsite sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the adjacent wood offering acres of mature woodland to be explored during a relaxing stay at the site. You've also got miles of countryside just waiting to be explored, the surrounding area easily accessible on foot or on bicycle.
The park has great access to the River Fal, which flows into the Carrick Roads waterway. Both offer tremendous opportunities for fishing, while Loe Beach, on the shores of Carrick Roads, is one of the most popular destinations on the south Cornwall coast for water sports, with sailing and fishing among the activities available. Walks along the banks of the Fal are also popular, especially during lighter evenings when the surrounding landscape looks incredible. You can also pick up the South West Coast Path and enjoy a walk along a section of this footpath.
Camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Cornwall have long been popular and there is so much to entertain guests of all ages. When pitched at Cosawes Park, a good starting place is the city of Truro, just a 20-minute drive to the north east. Visit the cathedral or the Royal Cornwall Museum, wander through Penrose Water Gardens or Boscawen Park, or maybe just enjoy time on the beach. Or how about heading to Falmouth, which is a little closer to this campsite. You could go to Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, take tea at Glendurgan Garden, take a walk along the seafront or admire the greenery in the Queen Mary Gardens.
Surfing and Cornwall go hand-in-hand and from Cosawes Park near the county's south coast you're still just a 40-minute drive from the surfing Mecca that is Newquay on the north Cornish coast, with the iconic Fistral Beach – there's also a zoo in Newquay which makes for a great day out if surfing isn't your thing. Padstow and Penzance are also doable for days out, both a bit further away, but still less than an hour by car from this campsite. Similarly the Eden Project, which is near St Austelll, is about an hour's drive from Cosawes Park.