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Trekenning Tourist Park

Trekenning

Newquay

Cornwall

TR8 4JF

Contact Us

TEL: 01637 880462

E-MAIL: holidays@trekenning.co.uk

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OUR STORY

 Trekenning Tourist Park is a family run park for families. Set in 6.5 Acres surrounded by mature trees.

We are 7 miles from breathtaking beaches, and are centrally located to make the most of your time in Cornwall. Being a small park all our facilities are centrally located, just a short walk away. Trekenning is in such a position that the best of both worlds is available to all that stay - many beaches are easily accessible including the famous beaches of Fistral and Watergate Bay..

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If your idea of a great holiday is just to relax and unwind you will find our picturesque swimming pool area heaven.

(The outdoor swimming pool is open from Whit weekend to the 31st August)

Another wonderful thing about Trekenning is the safety of children, with only one entrance / exit to they are safe to enjoy themselves and meet with old friends and new. A children's play area gives the little one a place to escape too..

In the evenings some enjoy to just sit outside their caravans and tents sipping wine and barbecuing, others make their way to the Hayloft Bar where they can sample bar food and great beers. Our traditional pub style bar serving local cask ales

 (The bar is open on Saturday nights in low season. During the summer the bar is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday).

Please Note; As the site is close to Newquay Airport and the A39, there can be occasional noise from aircraft and cars.

 

 

“We loved the welcoming family atmosphere. All the staff are friendly and made our stay relaxing & fun. We will definitely come back.”

Chelsea Turnbull,

Cambridgeshire

“Most enjoyable nights stay, friendly staff, good facilities.”

Mr Butcher,

Waltham Cross

“A great little holiday park with a well sized pool, cozy bar/diner, good facilities and all very close to the centre. As a little tip - go to the Cornish pasty shop nearby.”

Laurence Kellett,

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