Cornwall’s attractions

From theme parks to historic houses, Cornwall is home to a host of fantastic visitor attractions – perfect for days out, come rain or shine.

Many are just a stone’s throw from our holiday park, so you can enjoy fun filled family time or adrenaline-fuelled entertainment without having to venture too far. Take a look at our guide, below, to just some of the great attractions in Cornwall that are definitely worth a visit…

Bodmin Jail

Step back in time and gain an insight into Cornish penal life over the centuries. Regarded as one of the most haunted buildings in the UK, dare you step into this historic building? Built for King George III in 1779, this fascinating building is steeped in both social and architectural history.

Eden Project

Arguably one of the most famous visitor attractions in the UK, let alone Cornwall, the Eden Project is about much more than its magnificent Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes. You’ll be blown away by this global garden – a great day out for the whole family.

Newquay Zoo

Get up close and personal to some wild and rare creatures at Newquay Zoo. From lions to beautiful songbirds, slithery snakes, scaly skinks, marvellous meerkats and tropical toucans, this is the place for animal lovers.

Camel Creek Adventure Park

Head towards the north coast, near Wadebridge for a day of family-friendly fun at Camel Creek. Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, this amusement park is a great day out with with rides, giant play areas and animal encounters.

Blue Reef Aquarium

Journey through an underwater world as you visit the remarkable species living in our oceans, from fish thriving in Cornish water to the stunning Tropical Reefs. Here you’ll find more than 40 innovative displays vividly bring to life the sights, sounds and smells of the sea, whilst regular feeding displays, rock-pool workshops and informative talks provide a fun and fascinating day out.

Lanhydrock House & Gardens

Just a short hop from Mena Farm is Lanhydrock House & Gardens. This magnificent late Victorian house boasts extensive servants quarters, gardens and a wooded estate. The house is set in wooded parkland of 1,000 acres and encircled by a garden of rare shrubs and trees.

Tintagel Castle

Immerse yourself in history, myth and stunning scenery at Tintagel Castle. With its links to the legend of King Arthur, here you can explore the 1,500-year-old history of Tintagel and discover how the Arthurian legends and stories have shaped the castle we see today.

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Heligan is so much more than a garden restored; its own special atmosphere encourages contemplation and inspiration, satisfying the broadest range of horticultural and wildlife interests with over 200 acres to explore.

St Michael’s Mount

Explore the amazing island world of St Michael’s Mount and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of incredible history. Stroll across the granite causeway where a legendary giant once walked and follow the footsteps of pilgrims

Beautiful beaches

Explore Cornwall's famous coastline and discover secret coves and hidden beaches. Whether you want to sunbathe, surf or build sandcastles, there's a beach nearby for you...


Picture postcard destinations

From picturesque Padstow and Port Isaac on the north coast to the idyllic Fowey and Looe on the south coast, there's so many beautiful places to visit - you'll have to come back again and again...


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