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Holiday Parks in Cornwall

Holiday Parks in Cornwall

Willow Bay Country Park is a fantastic location for those wishing for a coastal break, and also for anyone wanting a base from which to explore the many delights of Cornwall.

Willow Bay Country Park, Cornwall

Our peaceful holiday park in Cornwall is just a short drive from the sea where you can explore the coastal path that goes for miles and miles.

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Visit our holiday park in Cornwall

Close to Widemouth Bay, with its stretch of famed golden sands, you can also venture a few short miles to Crackington Haven, another popular beach with cliff top walks.

Famed for its world-renowned beaches and for being a surfing paradise, Cornwall has long been a premier holiday destination in the UK. Visiting our holiday park in Cornwall is something you will not regret and we guarantee you’ll fall in love with this amazing peninsula.

Willow Bay Country Park is the ideal coastal getaway, offering you an opportunity to explore outstanding coastlines unique to this part of the UK. Whether you want to come for a family adventure or romantic break, the tranquillity of this park is unrivalled. The Park is open 12 months a year for holiday and recreational use.

We’re proud to offer a stunning range of luxury holiday homes in Cornwall to suit your every need. When you stay in our holiday park in Cornwall you’ll enjoy around 800sq ft of modern living space, full with all the integrated appliances one is accustomed to in a modern home so you can really holiday in style.

If you’re looking to visit our holiday park in Cornwall please check our availability or contact our team for more information.

Things to do in Cornwall

When you visit Cornwall there’s so much to do and see!

Learn to surf

Learn to surf

Cornwall is a surfer’s haven but if you don;t know how to ride the waves there’s plenty of surf schools available for beginners. Fistral Beach in Newquay is perhaps the best known surfing beach in the UK but there are plenty of other beaches to enjoy such as St Ives.

The Maritime Line

The Maritime Line

The Maritime Line links the bustling Cathedral city of Truro with the harbour port of Falmouth. Truro is mainland Britain’s most southerly city and boasts an impressive gothic cathedral and a hub of bustling independent shops. It really is a shopper’s paradise.

Whilst stopping off in Falmouth you’ll be able to explore its glorious harbour, beaches, art galleries, maritime heritage and more. Whilst the weather is good you could enjoy a boat trip on the Fal River or take a walk along the seafront.

Visit an award-winning animal sanctuary

Visit an award-winning animal sanctuary

Paradise Park is located on Cornwall’s north coast and here you can visit beautiful parrots, Humboldt’s penguins, Caribbean flamingos, Red-billed Cornish choughs, Golden and Bald eagles, kookaburras, hornbills, cranes and so many more amazing bird species. Plus, beautiful Red pandas, rare Red squirrels and playful Asian otters and farm animals.