Things to do
Heligan Caravan and Camping Park is close by to some world famous attractions as well as some lesser known.
Whatever you choose to do during your stay in Cornwall, we can guarantee that you will have some experiences that will create lasting memories of our most beautiful county.
Adjoining the world-famous The Lost Gardens of Heligan, to the beautiful South West Cliff path, there is so much to see and do nearby!
Lost Gardens of Heligan
These stunning gardens are right on our doorstep and we have negotiated an exclusive discount especially for our guests. Please ask at reception or call our reservations team for more information.See more
Cornwall Football Golf
This unique multi award-winning attraction on the outskirts of St Austell is spread over 20 acres of the stunning Cornish countryside. Cornwall FootballGolf Park is where guaranteed fun and laughter awaits for all ages & abilities. Well behaved dogs are always welcome.See more
The famous South West Cliff path
The famous South West Cliff path is rated one of the top walks to be found anywhere in the world by Lonely Planet.See more
You can enjoy fantastic home cooked dishes, made with fresh local ingredients on the upper deck - both of which give magnificent views out across Mevagissey Bay! *subject to fees including parking.See more
Located close to many beautiful beaches, just two miles away the soft, calm seas of Pentewan Sands - perfect for children and adults alike. There are also a number of secret coves and hidden beaches to explore further along the coast.See more
National Maritime Museum Falmouth
This multi-award winning museum has 15 galleries over five floors, beautifully illustrating the past, present and future of Britain.See more
National Trust Lanhydrock
The grandest house in the county is set in 450 acres of woods and parkland running down to the River Fowey.Trerice and Cotehele are beautiful Elizabethan manor houses with fine interiors and delightful garden.See more
Fishing Harbour at Mevagissey
The fishing harbour at Mevagissey is a picturesque and still working fishing village with an inner and outer harbour and fleet of small fishing boats.See more
Shipwreck and Heritage Centre
The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre is in Charlestown. The many and varied exhibitions reflect village life in Charlestown, its history, shipwrecks and the once thriving China Clay industry.See more