Re-opened in May 2014 after a major programme of investment and improvement, Trevalgan Touring Park occupies an enviable position near the coast in west Cornwall, with rugged moorland hills behind. The campsite is located between St Ives and Zennor, and is well positioned for excursions to Land's End and the Eden Project.
The new facilities on site are first-rate, with great attention to detail. The toilets are stunning with high quality fittings and privacy cubicles, and the custom-made Trevalgan rugs indicate the level of thought that has gone into their creation.
There is a fully-equipped laundry and wheelchair-accesible facilities, and an on-site shop with fresh bread daily, local produce and a good selection of groceries and basic camping supplies. A regular, accessible bus runs from the campsite to St Ives town centre and for 2017 there will also be a walkers' minibus service to Zennor and high-season minibus service to Carbis Bay Beach.
There is a good network of footpaths around here, including the renowned South West Coast Path. There is also quite a lot to do on site, with a well-equipped indoor games room and a well-appointed playground for youngsters.
Trevalgan, St Ives, Cornwall, South West
This site is located on the coastal path so it’s perfect for fishing, or watching marine wildlife. On our first evening we saw dolphins, seals, a kestrel, wild bunnies and fox cubs. The site staff...
We stayed at Trevalgan for a week at the end of May/beginning of June. There were 5 of us in a tent and 2 friends in a camper van on the pitch next to us. We last stayed here about 6 years ago and...
This was our second visit, with our first in 2017 being cut short due to extreme weather. Feeling like we hadn’t had time to appreciate this site or the area we returned June 2018, and already plan...