Looe Country Park caravan and campsite is around 3 miles from Looe town in the rolling hills. It is very peaceful and relaxing. We have large pitches so enough room for everyone …. and the dog. For a small site we have a lot of green areas which are used for playing badminton, volley ball or gather for a BBQ. There is also a kids play area which we are growing. Campers if you need anything we have a small shop which has all the necessities and extra things for the kids to keep them entertained. We have a large heated toilet block with plenty of loo’s and shower cubical’s. In the ladies there are also hair dryers no charge. We also have a laundry room so you don’t need to worry about the kids getting a bit muddy on a day out.
Out campsite is one of the few which allows caravans, camper vans of all shapes and sizes, motor- homes, trailer tents and tents. Also on site we have Static caravans and pods.
Being on the south coast there are so many different beaches you could never get board. Looe Country Park caravan and campsite is close to the small seaside resort of Looe which is popular with holiday makers for its sandy family beach, fishing trips from the harbour, glass bottom boat trips around Looe Island, shops, pubs and cafes serving Cornish pasties and delicious Cornish cream teas.
An invigorating walk westwards along the spectacular scenic coast path brings you to the picturesque fishing village of Polperro with its shops, cafes, fishing harbour, sandy beach and smugglers caves. If you walk eastwards you will come to the beach of Seaton which is amazing for rock pools and a great dogie beach.
This lovely part of Cornwall has many beaches, hidden coves, country houses and gardens to explore and there are a host of tourist attractions and leisure opportunities for all the family.
Pitches for Large Family Tents
We do not have any pitch restrictions. A lot of our pitches have space for awnings all tho if you could let us know when booking we can put you on the best suited pitch.
We do allow campfires as long as they are off the ground and don’t mark the grass. During the high season we will be selling logs so no need to worry about running out.
We have a male and female modern heated washrooms. They are kept spotlessly clean at all times. All hot water is provided free of charge along side Soap dispensers, electric hand dryers and in the ladies, hairdryers are provided and are free to use.
There are 8 showers in total and 9 toilets with an additional shower and toilet room around the back of the block.
Electric Hook Ups
We have hard standing and grass pitches, some with gravel awning stands. Our pitches are larger than average with space for an awning or car beside your caravan. The individually marked pitches are separated by a hedge or rustic fence and all of the pitches have water points within easy reach and electric hook up (bar 4 grass pitches).
Several fully serviced pitches are available with water, electric and drain on each pitch, and the electric supply is 10 amps.
Our WIFI covers the whole park and is free!
Nearby Places to Eat
There are lots of places in Looe town from fresh Fish and chips to Thai restaurants and lots of café’s. Near the campsite you have the Black Rock Beach Café & Bistro which is on the beach front at Millendreath 1.7 miles away and newly refurbished. The smugglers inn Seaton 2 miles away is a dog friendly pub with good food.
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Looe Country Park Prices
We are open all year round and pitches range from £10 per night base price in the winter months (electric additional cost around £3.50) to £30 for a fully serviced pitch (electric, water and drainage) over the summer holidays.
View prices on Looe Country Park website
Prices last updated Jan 2019
Getting in Touch with Looe Country Park
Here’s how you can get in contact with Looe Country Park.
Where to find Looe Country Park
Sat Nav Postcode: PL13 1QS
Latitude: 50.3817749, Longitude: -4.4239345
Postcode PL13 1QS
Please make sure if using a Satnav, that it brings you via the B3253 and No Mans Land.
From M5 join the A38 towards Plymouth. Go over the Tamar Bridge, follow A38 for just over 7 miles where you reach the roundabout at Trerulefoot and take first exit, stay on A374 towards Looe and Torpoint, after about a mile turn right A387 towards Looe, follow through Hessenford and on to Widegates.
At Widegates stay left onto the B3253, after approx a mile turn left just past the bus stop in No Mans Land (opposite Bindon Court). At the top of the lane, turn left onto Bucklawren Road, then continue for approx half a mile past the signpost to Bucklawren and approximately 50 metres further on you will find the entrance to Looe Country Park on the right, the entrance is clearly signposted.
Looe Country park, Bucklawren Rd.
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You can phone 01503 240265 to book or enquire.
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