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Cosawes Park is a family owned 120 acre country estate steeped in interesting history.Purchased by the Fraser family in the 1950’s and originally run as a farm smallholding until Cornwall became one of the country’s best loved holiday destinations, it was first developed as a campsite in the 1960’s.

The Frasers began to develop a separate more permanent residential side to the Park which has now grown into an award winning residential retirement Park-Home site, which accommodates approximately 120 permanent homes.

FACILITIES

Cosawes has recently seen considerable effort to improve, re-style and expand the touring and camping capabilities. Recent years have brought on-line 25 new ‘premium’ all service pitches for the more home-from-home camper and work is now complete on providing a superb new toilet and shower block which features full disabled facilities, with enphasis on reducing their environmental inpact.
Additionally, Cosawes has added wi-fi connectivity for those who need to stay connected with family, friends or work via the Internet, which is now on the Superfast Fibre Optic Broadband (charges apply).

Whilst keen to constantly improve the touring and camping facilities, Cosawes Park has successfully remained loyal to campings more ‘rustic’ roots. You will not find club-houses or bars, swings, roundabouts, swimming pools or noisy entertainment. Situated in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, our biggest strengths are superb practical facilities and the peace, quiet and un-spoilt nature of the environment. Indeed, 2012-20013 saw us win a prestigious Gold David Bellamy award for our conservation efforts.

Towns near Falmouth:

Camborne (13.3 miles)
Coverack (17.9 miles)
Helston (12. miles)
Lands End (33.2 miles)
Marazion (20.4 miles)
Mevagissey (24.2 miles)
Newquay (23.1 miles)
Padstow (33.7 miles)
Penzance (24. miles)
Perranporth (16.8 miles)
St Ives (23.4 miles)
St. Agnes (14.7 miles)
St. Austell (24.6 miles)
The Lizard (19.7 miles)
Wadebridge (34.2 miles)

Nearby Attractions:

Flambards Village, (12.4 miles)

Goonhilly Earth Station The Visitors Centre,Helston (12.8 miles)

National Seal Sanctuary,Helston (9.1 miles)

Newquay Zoo,Newquay (22.9 miles)

Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary,Hayle (19. miles)

Screech Owl Sanctuary,St Columb (24.6 miles)

Springfields Pony Centre and Fun Park,St Columb (24.6 miles)

The Eden Project,St Austell (28.7 miles)

World in Miniature,Truro (17.2 miles)

DIRECTIONS:

Directions to Cosawes Park:
For SatNav users either enter TR3 7PE or Perranarworthal.
We are clearly signposted off the A39 (6 miles from Truro), despite Google Maps showing the
start of our road missing!
Pick up the A39 at Truro and follow signs for Falmouth.
After the Perranarworthal sign continue past The Norway Inn on your right.
As you exit the village our turning is on the right after the layby on the right with a Fruit and
Veg Shop. Look for the brown camping sign.
Follow the lane 500 yds and take the 2nd turning on the left into the park.

PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND THE TARIFF

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  • Gilly Hughes
    26th March 2010 at 12:00 am

    What a lovely Park we stayed here last summer and had a fantastic time thanks

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