Newquay’s premier beach side holiday park
Welcome to Porth Beach Holiday Park
Nestled in a sheltered bay, our Cornwall touring and camping site is based in the small village of Porth, just over a mile from the popular resort of Newquay. Our location on the beautiful north coast means you’re surrounded by outstanding natural beauty and close to must-see destinations and top family attractions.
A great location
Explore Cornwall from our holiday park and discover all that this magical county has to offer. Enjoy walks on some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, wander for miles along the majestic South West Coast path as it meanders its way around the Cornish coast or visit popular tourist attractions, such as the Eden Project and St Michael’s Mount.
Something for everyone
We’re a family friendly site and our holiday park offers a great selection of pitches for those wanting to come touring and camping in Newquay. All our pitches are level and on either grass or hard standing.
Whether you choose to bring your caravan for a long stay with us or a tent for just a short break, our site offers the best of both worlds for touring and camping in Newquay.
Many pitches at our touring and camping site have the option of an electric hook-up – great for those added creature comforts – and all pitches differ in size, to help accommodate different needs.
We also offer a selection of premium pitches alongside the riverbank, which you will see from the above park map. These offer you your own personal water supply, electrical hook-up, sink-waste drainage and TV point – all designed to make your stay with us even more comfortable.
What Visitors Say
“…the location is excellent with Porth beach over the road, Lusty Glaze and Whipsiderry beach close by and a lovely coastal path walk to Watergate Bay if you are feeling energetic. We would definitely stay here again whether it would be in a static caravan or might even try camping!”
“Love this site staff are friendly facilities are spotless pitch sizes are good and it’s literally across the road from the beach … ? will be back again.”