Proprietor: Elaine & Steve Holding
Address: Wayfarers Caravan Park, St Hilary, Penzance, Cornwall
Postcode: TR20 9EF
Telephone: 01736 763326
Number of pitches: 35
Open Season: 8th May until 28th September 2015
Wayfarers Caravan Park is a beautifully landscaped, tree lined touring park with a Mediterranean feel just minutes from some of the loveliest beaches in Cornwall. Spacious, level pitches are sheltered by traditional Cornish hedging and mature trees. Just for adults, Wayfarers Caravan Park offers guests the tranquility rarely found on coastal holiday sites. You can expect a warm welcome from Elaine and Steve as well as local information to make your stay in South West Cornwall truly memorable.
Wayfarers Caravan Park has 4 star graded facilities for tents, caravans and motorhomes up to 25ft long*. There’s a choice of generously sized, level grass or hard standing pitches, most with 16A electric hook up. Water points, waste water and chemical disposal points are easily accessible.
Our spacious, modern toilets and showers are kept beautifully clean and include individual shower rooms for comfort and the consideration of those who may require help showering. Showers and hot water are free. Shaver points and a hairdryer are provided for your convenience. The laundry room has washing and drying machines with deep sinks.
Our small shop carries a wide variety of groceries, essential camping spares and Calor gas. We freeze your ice packs free of charge.
The park also has a public telephone and a Tourist Information room.
For eating and drinking out, Mounts Bay offers a choice of seaside restaurants, bistros and inns including two excellent village inns within a mile of the caravan park.
Wayfarers is in a secure location, though for added peace of mind, the site is gated and there is subdued night lighting in keeping with the quiet, relaxed atmosphere around the park.
What’s on nearby?
Wayfarers is an ideal adult caravan site to experience the charm of South West Cornwall. Just 2 miles from your pitch, beautiful Mounts Bay stretches across the horizon from Lands End to Lizard. St Michaels Mount rises from the sea, attached to Marazion’s golden sands by a few hundred meters of causeway.
For relaxed walking, take the seaside cycle path to Penzance. an historic town of great character, a busy harbor, narrow streets, convenient shopping and a swimming lido.
The Coast Path toward’s Praa Sand’s famous surf beach rises to high cliffs, hiding pretty smuggler’s coves; great for picnics, sea fishing and viewing wildlife.
A short drive west, the Lands’ End peninsular is dramatic and captivating. Ask about ‘starry gazey’ pie in the pretty port of Mousehole and don’t miss the scenic coves on the way to the UK’s most Westerly point at Lands End. St Ives is just 10 miles from Wayfarers caravan site. This delightful holiday resort is popular for its sandy beach, bistro-cafes, and art galleries and craft shops.
The Lizard coast is legendary for deep coves and shipwrecks. Romantic Kynance Cove, Cadgwith and the UK’s most Southerly point at the Lizard light are a comfortable day-trip from Wayfarers.
Diverse habitats around the caravan site provide guests with the chance to see many spieces of sealife, birds, flora and fauna rarely seen outside of Cornwall. There’s so much to look out for and exotic plant collections at National Trust gardens. The Eden Project makes a good trip.
Cornwall is such a friendly place with so many good things to try. Newlyn’s fishing boats land every variety of fresh fish and there’s real Cornish pasties. Along your way, tiny cafes offer tempting teas with thick Cornish clotted cream.
How to find us
Turn left off the A30 at roundabout on to A394 sign posted Helston. Proceed 2 miles to a roundabout. Turn left onto the B3280 sign posted Goldsithney.
Travel through Goldsithney Village on the B3280. Wayfarers is a further 1 mile on the left of the main road.
1) Sorry we cannot accommodate twin axle caravans or tag axle motorhomes.
2) We regret dogs and other pets are not permitted at Wayfarers Caravan Park.