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Tregarton Park in Cornwall

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Welcome to Tregarton Park, an exclusive touring and camping park near Mevagissey in Cornwall. Whether it's a short break or a longer stay Tregarton Park can provide you with a relaxing haven to recharge your batteries.

Our 12 acre family run camping park in Cornwall is within easy reach of several beaches and only a short drive from St. Austell. We accept families and couples only, providing the ideal holiday park to relax, explore and for camping in Cornwall.

Privately owned and personally cared for by the Hicks family, we pride ourselves in maintaining a clean, friendly and efficiently run park. Every effort is made to make your stay a happy and memorable one.

All our pitches are large and well maintained, clearly divided with hedging and shrubs to ensure there is no over crowding, giving you your own individual space. Some pitches are "awning friendly" gravel hard standings and all of the pitches have 10amp electric hook-ups.

With both coastal and countryside views, Tregarton Park is ideally situated for camping in Cornwall and visiting big attractions such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Eden Project and the Flambard Experience, as well as the quaint harbour village of Mevagissey. There is a public bus service to Mevagissey (4 miles) and St. Austell (8 miles), which stops at the entrance to the campsite (timetable is available from our download page). In the ancient village of Mevagissey you can, if you wish, browse around the galleries and craft shops, giving you an insight into the history of the area. To help plan your days visit our links page.

Whether you are a family looking for an annual summer holiday camping in Cornwall, a couple without children or a young family with pre-schoolers, we have something for everyone. In our opinion Tregarton Park is most suited to younger children, the adventure playground has been designed with this age group in mind. Why not take advantage of our out of season breaks giving you a great holiday at an excellent price.

We cannot guarantee the weather, however, we can guarantee you a warm welcome!

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We are on site as I write this, so if you can read it the wifi works great. As does everything on this site. Showers, Toilets, Shop, Pool, etc etc. It is without question the best site in the UK we have visited, and we have been on loads all over the kingdom. The pitches are all huge and level and everything is immaculate. The Hicks Family are without doubt the most committed owners I've had the pleasure to meet, and improve the site little by little every year.

Within 2 miles you have Gorran which has a shop and the Barley Sheaf, a pub/restaurant which is really good. A little further is Mevagissy with loads of little shops, cafes, and restaurants. Caerhays Beach is 1. 5 mls away, and is our little dogs favourite. As I type this the sun is going down, its a clear blue sky, and tomorrow no doubt will be as beautiful as today. Roll on retirement, then we can spend more time here than we do
Rob Calderbank (6th Jun 2012)