About Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park
Trevaylor is located in the beautiful West Penwith area of Cornwall, close to Land’s End. We are situated on the edge of a UNESCO World Heritage site with Botallack and its unique historic Cornish mining landscape.
The famous Crown Mines and the South West Coast Path just a short walk away. Here at this Cornish campsite we welcome people from every walk of life, from all four corners of the earth, so to speak – every day of the year! Once here you can stay for just one night or many, many more … there is so much to explore.
When you come to Trevaylor a warm welcome awaits you at this friendly family run site. Our touring fields are pet friendly (please see our ‘dogs‘ page) and set over 4 acres of sheltered paddocks providing you with the perfect place to relax and unwind. We have around 70 reasonably level grass pitches in a range of 3 sizes suitable for backpackers, tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes. Or you can choose to stay in one of our six well-equipped luxury holiday homes.
Trevaylor is the popular choice for backpacking, ramblers, climbers, intrepid Land’s End to John ‘o’ Groats trekkers and of course, intrepid John ‘o’ Groats to Land’s End adventurers! We are ideally situated for birdwatching, photography, geocaching, walking the coastal path and cycling – both on and off road or revelling in one of our many local arts festivals. Whilst basing yourself at Trevaylor you can also enjoy surfing, horse riding, sea kayaking, orienteering, potholing or just immerse yourself in the multitude of historic sites of interest this Peninsula has to offer.
Apart from all the favourite little towns and villages like Mousehole, St Ives and Penzance we also have some of the most magnificent beaches and coves in Cornwall. There are an abundance of gardens to visit – ranging from intimate to grand and a plethora of art galleries to satisfy even the most the insatiable of appetites … And of course a sumptuous choice of eating establishments – including our own onsite bar and restaurant – to tempt you after a hard day’s play – or a simple do nothing day. Bring yourself, bring the family, bring a friend, bring the dog – there’s something for everyone!
Charlie and Michelle Blaken