Newquay is known as the surf capital of the UK and with its golden sandy beaches it’s one of the most popular destinations for families & couples wanting a holiday on the South West coast.
Caravan parks are extremely sought after, especially in the Summer months when the kids break up for school.
Having visited several of the holiday parks ourselves, we have compiled a complete guide to give you an overview of which are the best.
Let’s not hang about..
This Newquay holiday park has vast rolling countryside on its doorstep with various walks and cycling routes for you to explore. You will also be pleased to know that the park does have pet friendly caravans onsite so no need to leave your furry friends at home.
The caravan site itself has an abundance of top notch holiday homes & facilities, more like a hotel than a holiday park! This includes an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, 9 hole golf course, children’s outdoor adventure play area and a large gym with over 80 fitness classes.
If you are looking to get off the complex, then the quiet picturesque villages of Padstow, Tintagel, Watergate Bay and Polzeath are all easily accessible.
This Newquay caravan park is an award winning resort offering both camping and caravanning. Situated on the North Coast of Cornwall, the park benefits from having some of the best beaches in the UK on their doorstep, these include Fistral Beach & Perranporth Beach.
There are a wide range of holiday homes at this wonderful park, so no matter what your budget or group size, you should still easily be able to find a caravan that suits your requirements.
The facilities onsite cater for both adults and children meaning you will never get bored, and even if you do, there are so many activities in the local area such as surfing, kayaking, and cycling for you to try as well.
Positioned enviably in 80 acres of parkland, holiday parks here have a host of activities and attractions for the whole family. This resort is popular amongst families with young children due to the vast range of things to do including an indoor swimming pool with 3 flumes, playgrounds, amusements, archery, skate park and soccer stars just to name a few.
As you are located in Newquay, you also have a wealth of days out on your doorstep including a zoo, surfing beaches, picturesque harbour, restaurants and shops. Horse riding is also available locally but gets extremely popular in the summer months so be sure to book early.
This wonderful holiday park has everything you could wish for when enjoying a seaside caravan break. This caravan park has fantastic onsite facilities including an outdoor heated swimming pool with a 300ft water slide and toddlers pool. Cornwall Surf Academy is on your doorstep for anyone wanting to try the exhilarating sport.
Due to the steep gradient, the holiday parks itself is not suitable for people in wheelchairs or with severe mobility difficulties.
Just 9 miles from Newquay, this holiday park serves as a great base to explore the south west and has an array of attractions and activities onsite to keep you entertained for hours. The evening entertainment is one of the highlights of this park with sport screenings, live quizzes and bingo.
Further afield, you have Perranporth beach which is a must if you enjoy surfing or any other type of water sport activities. Newquay itself has a small selection of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes for you to try.
With over 184 acres for you to explore, you will have no trouble finding activities or places to visit at this resort. There are over 10 coarse fishing lakes for anyone looking to try their hand at this popular hobby, whilst there’s also an indoor swimming pool, kids club and crazy golf for the children.
The golden beaches of Newquay are just waiting to be explored either for a day out surfing or long walks with your canine companion. You can even stop for a bite to eat at one of the local pubs or restaurants.
Based just 100 meters from the golden sands of Porth Beach, which is considered as one of the best beaches in Cornwall, this delightful holiday park provides a fantastic seaside break and is only 2 miles from Newquay. Whether you want to stroll into Newquay or drive, your pet is more than welcome as there are attractions and pubs that cater for you and your pooch.
This holiday park doesn’t have any activities for children but does have a great location so you can go and explore the coast and the quaint market towns. This caravan park is better suited for those wanting to relax and unwind without too much going on.
This resort provides a truly relaxing holiday where you can unwind on one of Cornwall’s finest beaches, Crantock Beach. With numerous quaint fishing villages, pubs for something to eat and days out with the kids, it’s easy to see why this resort serves as such a good base if you want to explore Newquay and the surrounding area.
If you want to stay at the caravan park, the activities onsite are endless including mini gold, adventure playground, kids club and an amusement arcade. In the evening there is entertainment and also a pub with a terrace is available if you want to eat out.
A fantastic holiday resort that is surrounded by some of the finest beaches in the country. With over 10 golden beaches for you to relax on and Porth beach being on of the most renowned, you are truly spoilt for choice with activities such as surfing, paddle boarding and boogie boarding.
There’s a fantastic range of facilities onsite to keep the kids and adults entertained for hours. Some of these include a 200ft water slide, live entertainment, 9 hole pitch and putt golf course and a kids club.
Renowned for its surfing beaches and warm weather, Newquay allows you to experience all the south west coast has to offer just meters from your door.
There are a number of fishing towns nearby if you want to enjoy some of the fresh local food and stop for a pint. These include Crantock, Holywell, Perranporth & St Agnes which is a slightly further drive but well worth checking out if you have the time.
If you want an action packed day that will keep the kids entertained for a few hours, Newquay Zoo and The Blue Reef Aquarium are great for all ages. Porth beach is another popular day out on the north coast before you return to your luxury Newquay caravan.
If you are into your water sports, or outdoor swimming, then you will love this part of the country, as it has everything you could ask for. Try paddle boarding, surfing, kayaking, canoeing, parasailing, wind gliding, you name it and it’s available down on the north coast.