Brixham Pirate Festival
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Discovering something new is easy on a Cornwall holiday. With 7 of our John Fowler Cornwall caravan parks dotted along the county's coasts, you are never far from everything this exciting region has to offer. We have as many holiday parks in Cornwall as our Devon holiday parks and Somerset holiday parks combined, which shows just how much faith we place in Cornwall as a holiday destination.
Cornwall is famous for its beautiful beaches and our Cornwall holiday parks are perfectly situated for you to take advantage of the glorious coastline. Cornwall has more coast than any other county in England, with loads of beaches, cliff top walks and hidden coves all along it. Whatever you’re looking for in a beach, be it small, quiet and covered in pebbles, long and sandy, or even a mix of everything, you should be able to find it in Cornwall. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to the cliff walks as well. Long, steep walks that constantly go up and down, or flatter, shorter walks that are a perfect stroll before lunch are also available. You can even explore different landscapes, as the coast of Cornwall is made up of very different areas. Different plants, animals and geography mean that no two places are quite the same to wander through. So, the county offers some of the South West's most exciting beaches and coast, whether you want to swim in the sea, explore rock pools, play on the sand or walk for hours.
There are always plenty of seaside activities for you to get involved in as well. Why not try out some surfing with one of the all day lessons offered by clubs along the coast? Or you could learn to rock climb on Cornwall’s amazing cliffs. If you’d rather start at the top and go down then coasteering, where you jump from the top of a cliff into the ocean, may well be for you! There are plenty of activity centres that regularly organise these sorts of trips, so you can book before you arrive or look one up once you’re here. With this sort of variety, it’s no wonder that Cornwall caravan parks remain a popular choice year after year. There’s plenty to get every member of the family involved with, and everybody is guaranteed to find something that interests them going on within the county.
When not on the beach you can immerse yourself in Cornwall’s culture and history, with festivals taking place all year round and ancient castles, country houses and even old mines open to the public. The carnivals that many towns and villages put on during the summer are an excellent way to discover what great community spirit Cornwall possesses, and you’ll get to enjoy some great live music and local ales whilst doing so. The annual county show is another great way to experience Cornish culture, with dog trials, sheep dog trials, gymkhana and more taking place in the bright south west sun. Of course, this is all much easier to experience by staying in one of our cheap holiday cottages in Cornwall and planning each day out from there.
By using our holiday news section, you can keep up to date with all of the events that will be going on during your stay with us. You can find local festivals or celebrations, find out what the big attractions are doing whilst you’re in the county and see if there’s anything that catches your eye. We focus on a wide variety of events so that you can find a day out for each member of the family. You never know, you might just find something absolutely perfect for your stay and find the legendary day out that every member of the family enjoys.
If you’re looking for a local attraction to visit for a day out then Cornwall won’t disappoint! There’s the Eden Project, Crealy Adventure Park, Land’s End and much more! Each of our parks has a list of nearby attractions which come recommended by us, so be sure to take a look in your brochure or on this website and find out exactly what you can get up to on one of John Fowler’s cheap holidays in Cornwall.
Renowned for its beautiful beaches, comely countryside and vibrant cultural landscape, Cornwall is regarded by many as one of the UK's leading holiday destinations.
Boasting an array of high quality holiday parks, the county attracts its large amount of visitors not just for its natural beauty but also its vast selection of local and traditional festivals.
Here is a list of the best three events to look out for should you be enjoying a break in an excellent caravan park in Cornwall over the course of the next two weekends.
The St. Endellion Easter Music Festival – Taking place from 29 March – 7 April, this glorious event welcomes both amateur and professional musicians to participate in a week of high quality music making. Originally founded by the late Richard Hickox and then-wife Frances, who remains a director, almost four decades ago, the festival remains a significant fixture on Cornwall's events calendar.
Falmouth Spring Flower Show – Marking the start of spring is a wonderful occasion for anyone in the UK, but Falmouth does it in style. The pretty seaside resort throws up wonderful displays of shrubs, daffodils and cacti on 23 and 24 March. Held annually since 1944, the show sees exhibitors and trade stalls cram into the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth with a selection of locally grown flowers, floral arrangements, specimen plants and photographic displays on offer.
Trereife Easter Food and Craft Fair – Hosted at the historic Queen Anne manor house from 29 March – 1 April, the festival has garnered a reputation for attracting the finest local food producers over the years, a theme that looks set to continue this year. Visitors can expect cookery demonstrations, craft demonstrations and a packed programme of entertainment.
Whatever you decide to do on your Cornwall holidays over the coming weeks, you are guaranteed to have a memorable time.