Treamble Valley Caravan Club Site (REF : TRE)

Rose, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9PR

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Undoubtedly one of the prettiest sites in Cornwall, Treamble Valley Club Site is a 36-acre woodland park set in an undulating valley. With sea views, charming pitching enclaves, a secluded play area for children and one of the most extensive dog walks/walking trails in the area, the caravan park is ideal for families looking for an unforgettable holiday. The site is a fantastic location for wildlife enthusiasts; you may be lucky enough to spot rabbits, buzzards, bats and owls, all from the comfort of your 'van. It's also perfectly positioned for some spectacular sunsets.

Treamble Valley Club Site in Truro is also well located for excursions to attractive local towns and villages. Newquay, Cornwall's premier holiday and surfing resort, is only 5 miles away and boasts eleven magnificent beaches plus a great range of fun facilities. Smaller Perranporth offers its own 3 mile golden beach as well as plenty of interesting shops, pubs and restaurants. Also not to be missed are Holywell Bay, beautiful Crantock village and National Trust Trerice Manor. An excellent base for touring Cornwall and arguably the closest club site to the beautiful Eden Project (one of the UK's top gardens and conservation tourist attractions) and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, it's no wonder the Treamble Valley Park is so popular.

Non-EHU pitch discount

Book a non-electric hook-up economy pitch at this site for an excellent low price! Find out more about non-EHU pitch discounts.

Things to do on site ...

  • Play area
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Bronze

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Walking notes:

There is excellent walking nearby, especially along the coast path. Local ‘Around and About’ maps are available in reception.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

The closest are Morrisons (MH access) and Lidl in Newquay, about 6 miles from the site.

Great savings on days out

Offers available to Club members

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Directions

Please do not use sat nav. Turn right off A30 (Bodmin - Redruth) 1.7 miles past roundabout by Carland Cross Wind Farm onto B3285 (sp Perranporth). Within 0.75 miles turn right (signposted Newquay) into Scotland Rd. Within 1.75 miles at T junction turn right onto A3075 (Newquay). In 0.5 miles down hill turn left (signposted Rejerrah), continue for approximately 0.75 mile bearing left uphill. Turn right onto site road (90 metres after sharp right bend). Beware of traffic from left. Do not turn into CL. Site entrance is 450 metres straight ahead. Note: When arriving at peak times before noon, please leave outfit on large grass arrival area at top of the site prior to booking in at site reception. Please do not use any other final approach to the site.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
TR4 9PR
GPS:
Lat 50.361604 / Lon -5.11187
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OS field ref:
SW787559
OS map ref:
200
Handbook map ref:
C2

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Newquay and Truro
  • Car hire on site
  • Nearest park and ride: Truro
  • Nearest train station: Newquay
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Lovely Wardens

It is a good site for people who can walk without any mobility issues. It is very well kept in a secluded setting and not too far from the North Cornwall coast. We found the staff very friendly and helpful, although we curtailed the length of our stay in favour of Merrose Farm, because, although the dog walk at Treamble Valley in pleasant enough, it was not really as suitable for our young and active hound!!

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Clean and friendly site

Visited for t days early Sept. Great welcome and a lovely hardstanding pitch elevated above others in front of us. Not sure that I would give the same score if I had one of the many sloping grass pitches so have empathy with others who may not have scored as well. As to be expected, roads in many places are narrow. Shortest route to Perranporth is down 2.5 miles of narrow lanes, with few passing places. Or a round trip of about 8 miles, but that still involves a narrow road of a mile. One caravanner (who may have been staying on one other very local site) decided to come down the road an hour early. Just as well we were not heading out with caravan in tow as there would have been very limited chance to pass. (It would have been a 500 metre reverse for one unit!) Will stay again but would be keen to get a hard standing as very few level grass pitches, some would involve much levelling. Very well behaved dogs on site, it helped that the wardens placed signs constantly reminding owners. We do not have anything against dogs, in fact I met many on site and chatted their owners complimenting on their well behaved dogs with little or no barking or issues at all. But it is quite different on the local beaches, especially Perranporth, with most running around off the lead. Even some owners sneaked their dogs onto dog free beaches, which were few. Padstow seem to now be their adopted seaside with almost more dogs than owners.
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A lovely well cared for site

A really lovely site, wardens were brilliant and helpful as well as keeping the facilities ‘top class’ Very peaceful and quiet. Good distance to Perranporth and Newquay, but! A very long walk there and back. It would be great if there were more hardstanding pitches, as someone has said, some of the grass pitches are sloping. This was our first visit, but, we will be back. Thankyou Wardens
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Time for change

I have been coming to this site for many years to spend my main summer holidays. Most arrive early as its a lottery as to what pitch type you get, i.e. grass, hardstanding, under trees, sloping pitch or near park areas. After my experience this year of having to spend two weeks on a wet, damp, overused and smelly grass pitch i feel its time for a change here. The club should give the consumer, us, the choice to stay either on a particular pitch or pitch type, grass or hardstanding. By giving us the choice would determine whether we stay here or use another site with choice. This year I arrived very early and still got a grass pitch which was already wet and muddy on arrival, many pitches had been moved forward of their original position because of the conditions encroaching on other pitches giving a cramped feel. Weekenders arrive and have a better choice than people spending a long time on a pitch. I put my comments into the comments book and the reply from the warden team was "Cornish weather eh!!" not really the answer to this problem people are seeking If people were able to choose a pitch when booking and knew where they were going to be there would not be a need for the many caravans that arrive early overnight to get the best pitch thus alleviating the mad rush, subsequently if a desired pitch was unavailable then we can make that conscious decision if we go or not. We as a family love this site which is why we return year on year but i`m fed up of the lottery. Many people i know like a grass pitch as i do but do not wish to spend 2 weeks on a muddy and smelly pitch and would like the choice due to the fact that on this site all pitches are classed the same regardless of hardstanding or grass. The club would gain extra revenue by charging a little extra for a guaranteed hardstanding pitch if so desired. The club does this at many other sites so why not here? Due to this years experience i am considering going somewhere else for the first time in years.
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Perfect for exploring Cornwall.

We have just returned home after 6 nights at Treamble Valley. It's a great site and well situated for exploring Cornwall. There are lots of great walks from the site and the helpful guide available from reception is well worth the 50p. We personally thought the shower blocks were clean and the facilities were well looked after. Lovely wardens who were very helpful and kept the site looking great. No phone signal which is actually a nice thing! Will be back!
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01872 573675