Chiverton Holiday Park’s Local Area
We are situated in the heart of glorious Cornish countryside. Chiverton Holiday Park is just a few minutes drive from the rugged grandeur and beauty of the North Cornish Coast, with it’s many golden sandy beaches and coves, providing superb surfing or body boarding.
Chiverton Holiday Park is ideally situated and is just a short drive from the main A30, 3 miles from the beautiful seaside town of St Agnes and Chapel Porth. Portreath, Porthtowan and the wonderful beaches of Perranporth are all only a short drive away. Chiverton Holiday Park is 7 miles from the delightful cathedral city of Truro.
We are 19 miles from St Ives, 25 miles from the Eden Project, 30 miles from Lands End and within easy reach are the new heritage trails: Coast to Coast, Great Flat Lode and Tresavean, which whether by horse, bicycle or walking take you around some of the world’s best-preserved historic mining landscapes.
What’s Close By
- Horse riding, golf and fishing
- Surfing and walking
- Pubs and restaurants
- Sandy beaches
- Tennis and bowls
- Quad bike track/BMX Track
- Indoor skateboard
- Cycling, walking & riding trails
- Truro swimming pool
Dog friendly beaches – Click here
Trevaunance Cove – The ‘local beach’ at St Agnes.
Trevallas – Another of St Agnes’s coves with excellent rock pools.
Porthtowan – Has it’s own natural swimming pool.
Chapel Porth – Has a National Trust car park and cafe.
Bedruthan Steps – A little further up the coast but one of the most beautiful spots in Cornwall and a fabulous Cream Tea to be had at Carnewas Tea Room.
Perranporth – 2.5 miles of golden sands.
St Agnes: The Official Chamber of Commerce Website. Lots of local information on walks, beaches and where to eat.
Coast to Coast Trail
Great Flat Lode Trail
The Eden Project – Highly recommended! Just a short drive from Chiverton Park and one of the best places to visit in Cornwall. The Eden Project is also an absolute must if you are coming to Cornwall!
The Minack Theatre
The location and construction of the theatre is stunning. The Submarine Telegraphy Museum and Lands End are nearby. www.minack.com
Cliffs at Chapel Porth Covered with flowers at this time of year 1st May 2003
Chapel Porth (about 3 miles from the Park)
Kittiwakes at Trevaunance Cove (about 3 miles from the Park) 23/02/03
Trevaunance Cove St Agnes’ beach
The Old Harbour destroyed in the early part of the 20th Century
Surfer Trevaunance Cove
Iron Age Hill Fort (Idless Woods) Quite large, but overgrown
Headwaters of the River Allen (Idless Woods) Childrens Paradise, and a change from the beach