Our website contains extensive details and photographs of the Park and its facilities as well as some information on the local area. You can check availability and pricing in real-time via the website and book directly on-line.
A small brochure can be downloaded from the website (PDF format). This can be produced in large print on request.
We accept enquiries and booking requests by email, online from our website, or by telephone.
Arrival & Car Parking Facilities
Once booked in guests may park on their pitch next to their caravan or tent. If you have visitors one additional car may be parked on your pitch subject to space being available.
Access to Reception and the Shop is paved up a very slight slope.
Main Entrance and Reception / Shop
There is a slightly sloping pathway to the entrance to Reception.
The entrance to Reception and the shop is 80cm wide and can be extended to 160cm on request.
There is room for a large wheelchair or mobility scooter to manoeuvre.
The proprietor speaks fluent French and Spanish, a little German, and has a basic knowledge of British Sign Language (CACDP Level II course taken and has also passed a CACDP Certificate in Deaf Awareness)
Staff will offer assistance if required.
Public Areas – General
There are tarmac/concrete roads at the entrance and around one field, the other field has a smooth hardcore road.
There are picnic benches close to Reception / Shop, and washing up areas at various points around the park.
Public Areas – WC
Access to the Ladies toilets and showers is paved and level and has a dedicated Mother and Baby facility with sink, changing area, baby bath and WC. There are also private washrooms as well as public hand basins, WCs and showers. A hairdryer and hand-dryer is provided.
The Gentlemen’s toilets and showers has 2 or more steps to the entrance and has public handbasins, urinal, WCs and showers. Hairdryer, hand-dryer and shaver points are provided.
There is a separate wheelchair accessible Washroom with WC (50cm high), washbasin, shower with shower chair, hairdryer and shaver point. The entrance is 85cm wide and has level paved access.
Laundry services include afront loading automatic washing machine, a front loading tumble dryer, a hand washing sink and iron/ironing board
Parking next to your caravan / tent is allowed.
All pitches have electric hookups available.
There are 14 level fully serviced pitches which have their own cold water tap and waste water drain in addition to and electric hookup point.
There are 4 washing up sinks available by Reception and 1 sink in the laundry.
Numerous drinking water points and waste water disposal points around the perimeter of the Park and by the amenity block / Reception
The chemical toilet disposal point is at the lower extremity of the Park.
General Waste disposal receptacles are centrally located opposite reception, Recycling bins for Glass, Paper, Cardboard, Cans & Plastic Bottles are situated next to the washing up sinks.
There are 3 fire points with water and powder fire extinguishers and alarm no further than 90m from any pitch.
Pitches are not normally pre-allocated so you may choose the pitch which suits you best on arrival. If you have particular requirements please advise us at the time of booking so that we can ensure we are able to offer this. We will be happy to advise you.
A boat slipway and pontoon berths are adjacent to the park, use of which can be arranged through the Fowey Harbour Commissionners. This facility also has a quayside with picnic tables and fishing which may be accessed on foot by park users. There is also a Café serving food and light refreshments. Access is by way of a steep concrete road descending the 300 feet from the Park to the waterside. Vehicular access can be arranged but a daily access / parking charge is payable.
The surrounding area is hilly and steep gradients are encountered in most areas.
The ancient town and port of Fowey is across the Estuary and can be reached on foot (approx ½ mile + ferry). The road is steep but there is both a Car Ferry and Passenger Ferry – timetables vary throughout the year.
There are numerous beaches locally with very different accessibility. We will happily advise you – or take a look at the Cornwall Beach Guide which provides full descriptions of beaches and access.
Mobile telephone coverage is generally good, but networks vary.
There is no public transport available in the immediate area.
Hours of Operation: Reception open 9am to 7pm low/mid season, and 8am to 8pm peak season.
We have tried to be as accurate as possible in this statement however we are always happy to advise regarding any aspect of the Park and its facilities. If you have a question please do contact us.
We welcome your feedback to help us continuously improve, if you have any comments please let us know.