Treamble Valley

Rose, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9PR | Telephone: 01872 573 675 | View Map

  • Receive a warm welcome at Treamble Valley
    Receive a warm welcome at Treamble Valley
  • Bikes at the ready - choose from the Cornish Way cycle route and National Cycle Network route 3
    Bikes at the ready - choose from the Cornish Way cycle route and National Cycle Network route 3
  • Visit Perranporth (Droskyn) for a weekend stroll
    Visit Perranporth (Droskyn) for a weekend stroll
  • Furry friends welcome! Head to the on-site dog walk to stretch those legs
    Furry friends welcome! Head to the on-site dog walk to stretch those legs
  • Kids will love the children's play area
    Kids will love the children's play area
  • Visit Trevellas Coombe beach in St Agnes, 15 minutes from site
    Visit Trevellas Coombe beach in St Agnes, 15 minutes from site
  • Visit Newquay, just over 10 minutes from site
    Visit Newquay, just over 10 minutes from site

Open Dates:
12 March - 31 October 2021
11 March 2022 - 30 October 2022

Earliest Arrival Time: 12pm
Latest Departure Time: 12pm

Facilities on site

• Laundry facilities
• Wash room / toilets
• Electric tent pitch

Why stay here

Set in 36 acres of woodland park, our Treamble Valley campsite in north Cornwall is within easy reach of Newquay, Perranporth and the St. Agnes Heritage Coast. The site is ideal for families, with a secluded play area for children and Perranporth’s three mile golden beach less than four miles away. The larger resort of Newquay, synonymous with surfing, is also close by, and is home to a range of shops, bars and restaurants. Wildlife enthusiasts will love Treamble Valley as it is home to rabbits, buzzards, bats and owls, and is perfectly positioned for spectacular sunsets.

Accommodation at Treamble Valley

Site details

Why stay here

Set in 36 acres of woodland park, our Treamble Valley campsite in north Cornwall is within easy reach of Newquay, Perranporth and the St. Agnes Heritage Coast. The site is ideal for families, with a secluded play area for children and Perranporth’s three mile golden beach less than four miles away. The larger resort of Newquay, synonymous with surfing, is also close by, and is home to a range of shops, bars and restaurants. Wildlife enthusiasts will love Treamble Valley as it is home to rabbits, buzzards, bats and owls, and is perfectly positioned for spectacular sunsets.

Family days out

The Lappa Valley Steam Railway is just four miles from site and is the perfect place to bring the kids, with activities from crazy golf to a pirate play ship, canoes and pedalos - plus the railway itself of course. It's just four miles from site.

Slightly further afield, around 40 minutes' drive, you can find the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the famous Eden Project. If you've got children over the age of 8, the latter is home to the UK’s longest zip wire so everyone can experience an adrenaline rush.


Facilities on site

• BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
• 
Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
• 
Disabled shower room
• Family washroom
• Laundry facilities
• Toilet block
• Electric hook-up
• Dog walk on site
• Dog walk from site

Activities & experiences nearby


  • Cycling Cycling

    National Cycle Route 32, part of the Cornish Way cycle route, runs from Bodmin to Truro via Padstow. Bodmin is close to the site, making it easy to explore the coast and countryside of this region. It also connects with other routes, opening a wide network of villages and towns to explore.

  • Walking Walking

    There are some fantastic coastal walks in this area, taking in the rugged coastline and stunning beaches. The St. Agnes Heritage Coast in particular offers a variety of walks; why not try the clifftop path from Perranporth to St. Agnes? You'll take in the remains of Nobel's dynamite works, Britain's best preserved spitfire base and the Blue Hills of Trevellas Coombe.

  • Pubs and restaurants Pubs and restaurants

    Located close to the beach, the cafe/bistro Willow is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as Cornwall's famous cream teas. Serving food from locally sourced ingredients, Willow offers a varied menu to appeal to all, including a selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.

    There's also Chrissy’s Tea Room, a quaint, traditional tea room, serving homemade scones and cakes as well as light lunches. It's located in Perranporth, about three miles from the site.

    You could also try Smugglers’ Den Inn, a 16th century thatched pub just two miles from the site. Offering traditional fare, the pub offers a relaxed and cosy atmosphere not too far from the sea.

  • Things to try Things to try

    A trip to Treamble Valley wouldn't be complete without visiting Callestick Farm. Here you can watch Cornish ice-cream being made from start to finish, and enjoy your own tasty treat at the end. Callestick Farm is just 15 minutes from site.

    You could also visit Perranzabuloe Museum in Perranporth, which offers an insight into the social and industrial past of the area. You'll find the displays of mining, fishing, farming and surfing, and a replica of a Cornish kitchen just three miles from site.


* Price for 1 adult and 1 pitch. Bookings can be made online for tents up to 5x5 metres (approximately a four person tent). If you have a larger tent or specific requirements, please contact the site direct and site staff will help you with your booking. There will be an additional £2 surcharge per night for large tent pitches. Please read our FAQs further booking information. Terms and conditions apply.

Location and Transport

Rose, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9PR
Telephone: 01872 573 675

Transport Links:

  • Nearest bus stop is 20 minutes walk from site on the A3075
  • Buses go to: Truro and Newquay
  • Nearest train station: Newquay (14 miles from site)

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