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Why Treloan Campsite is so special

  • open all year
  • Portscatho and the Roseland Peninsula are magical
  • we are a family run campsite welcoming families and dogs
  • mobile homes available all year, sleep 4 - 6 some dog friendly. Ideal for those not wanting to camp. They all have fantastic sea views
  • superb location with panoramic sea views - see our Treloan map
  • tents, touring caravans, trailer tents and motor homes welcomed
  • quiet, relaxing family campsite with friendly owners on-site
  • standard grass pitches, some hard standing, both with electricity
  • well behaved pets welcome - on leads
  • close to long, sandy Cornish beaches
  • miles of lovely coastal and river walks
  • old Cornish pubs with real ales and good food close to campsite
  • pretty cornish village location
  • short drive to St Mawes, ferry to Falmouth, easy access to main A30 trunk route
  • a perfect base for visiting the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • short walk to the famous beach cafe and coffee shop The Hidden Hut
  • we allow fires providing you use our braziers and the seasoned wood we supply which will be accompanied with a detailed safety brief

Cornwall's Treloan Campsite welcomes you all year round. Our seaside holiday camping and caravan park boasts a truly spectacular coastline panorama. We are situated on the beautifully unspoilt rural Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall's South Coast narrow strip of outstanding beauty - bounded by the sea on two sides and the beautiful Fal river on another. Experience the best sandy beaches, narrow country lanes, real ale in historic pubs, churches and castles, picturesque harbours, quaint villages, cream teas. Sleepy Gerrans and buzzing fishing village Portscatho offer pubs, shops, art galleries and Post Office, and are only a short, beautiful, stroll away.

From the Blog
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Gerrans Bay sunrise
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View of Gerrans Bay this morning
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spring on the way
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calm again
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...and seals on the way back