Tregarton Park

UK England South West England Cornwall Mevagissey

Remote, unspoilt, beautiful Cornwall – with coastal and countryside views a-plenty, you soon realise Tregarton Park just can’t help being a cool place to camp

Lets not beat around the tent pegs here; at first glance Tregarton Park should be everything Cool Camping is not. Touring caravans are welcomed, pitches come well-manicured and there’s a distinct ‘holiday park’ vibe that may ruffle some traditional camping feathers. But as you pitch next to a 17th century (Grade II listed) farm building, in the remote, unspoilt surroundings of beautiful Cornwall, with coastal and countryside views a-plenty, you soon realise that despite initial concerns, Tregarton Park is truly a cool place to camp.

The sprawling Tregarton Estate was built back in 1492, and today this 12 acre site is run by the welcoming Hicks family who remain determined to maintain the site's notable charm. All the walls have been constructed using traditional Cornish hedging methods, and the paving areas are laid with natural local stones including granite, limestone and sandstone. However, facilities here are anything but dated. Motion-sensor operated glass showers, excellent access for the disabled and Wi-Fi (across the whole site!) offer campers 21st century amenities that makes camping more comfortable.

And location? Well, as luck would have it, Tregarton is perfectly situated to explore the breathtakingly beautiful county of Cornwall and all its attractions. Nearby, the world famous Eden Project is one millennium project that appears to have been a success. Each football-like Biome takes visitors into a different region of the world; trek through a humid South American rainforest, or experience the dry deserts of Northern Africa. There’s plenty going on in the Outdoor Biome too, with 13 hectares of garden containing almost 2,000 plant species.

Despite Tregarton's huge capacity (125 pitches), it never feels overcrowded. Each pitch comes generously sized and clearly divided with hedging and shrubs to ensure campers enjoy a sense of privacy and seclusion. If you’re an 'old school' camper and still concerned that caravans just aren't cricket, then rest assured; you’ll be too busy falling under the spell of Cornwall’s tiny fishing ports, old smuggler’s inns and never-ending coastline to care.

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