Just a short car journey from the golden beaches of Newquay, Summer Lodge Holiday Park provides the perfect base to explore all that Cornwall has to offer, from the picturesque countryside, beaches and numerous castles to the modern spectacles and culinary delights just a short drive away.
Your holiday starts from the moment you arrive at Summer Lodge Holiday Park where you’ll be greeted by our warm and friendly reception team who are on hand to provide you with anything you may need and who have an intimate knowledge of the surrounding areas if you are wondering where to visit.
Once unpacked, take in the view, explore the park, take a day trip, spend the day on the beach and enjoy everything the coastline or enjoy a leisurely stroll to the beach to take in the full splendour this park and everything its coastline has to offer.
Then relax and unwind at the end of a long day of fun and exploration in one of our modern, fully-fitted caravans, all of which are maintained to the highest standard. Why not treat yourself to one of our luxury models for a real home away from home experience with all the creature comforts you could ever wish for?
When you stay at our Summer Lodge Holiday Parks you’ll have all the space and comfort you’d expect in a location all the family can enjoy!
Great activities / places of interest within walking distance
we are a little outside of Newquay
Padstow 20 mins (12 miles)
Watergate Bay 13 mins (7 miles)
Crealy Adventure Park 18 mins (9 miles)
Cornish Birds of Prey 10 mins (6 miles)
Newquay Town Centre 16 miles (7 miles)
Dailyland Farm World 6 mins (2.5 miles)
Eden Project 30 mins (14 miles)
Lusty Glaze 12 mins (6 miles)
Newquay Golf Course 14 mins (6 miles)
Truro City 20 mins (12 miles)
Great activities / places of interest a little further afield
Cornwall is the number one destination for family holidays in the UK. Though best known for its 300 plus golden sandy beaches and outdoor lifestyle, there are so many other attractions in Cornwall too that you'll find yourself returning year after year to this glorious county.
Attractions in Cornwall are not restricted to seaside fun, although what would a holiday in Cornwall be without sandcastles and surfing, swimming and seaside sports galore for the kids? The water plays such a big part in the heritage and everyday life of those who call Cornwall home that it is bound to be a big part of your holiday fun as well.
You could of course be seeking some more sedate attractions in Cornwall. Take a pleasure cruise or a watery wildlife tour along the rugged shoreline, sail across the many wide, still estuaries and ports, take a stroll along the coastal pathways, or make your way along the coast roads by car or bike and marvel at the wealth of dramatic views. Cornwall has so many quiet places to lose yourself in that a holiday here will revitalise the weariest of visitors.
Then there are the spectacular attractions in Cornwall that will amaze any eye. The massive biomes of the Eden Project house a fantastic array of flora from across the world; an open-air show at the spectacular cliff-top Minack Theatre at Porthcurno will take your breath away; the Lost Gardens of Heligan are a fabulous place for the kids to immerse themselves in magic and mystery; and the many dark, foreboding castles and ruins that dot the landscape all have a story to tell.
Cornwall is an adventure playground for visitors of any age, and no matter whether your interest is in maritime history; activity parks, water parks, fun parks for the kids; educational outings; the culinary delights of the region; a round of golf in one of the hundreds of pristinely maintained courses; the majesty of Mother Nature; or simply somewhere to relax and get away from it all, the many attractions i
Types of pitch available at this campsite
Grass, Grass with Electric
Types of accomodation accepted at this campsite
Tents, Caravans, Camper Vans