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We offer relaxing holiday experiences on our spacious pitches for camping and caravanning or quality self-catering in log cabins or yurts. Our philosophy is to offer our guests a truly relaxing and wonderful stay on a quiet park, while making sure we help you to discover the best places, activities and adventures that suit your needs.
East Crinnis Holiday Park is perfectly located to explore Cornwall on foot. You can reach the southwest coastal footpath and beach in 15-20mins respectively or the wonderful harbour of Charlestown, home to the tall ships, or the world famous Eden Project both in 40mins. The sailing port of Fowey, fishing harbour of Mevagissey or Lost Gardens of Heligan are only a short car journey away, while the North Coast is only 16miles away or 30mins in the car.
School Holidays 20th July-1st Sept What a great time to be with us with so much to do in the local areas and when hot and sunny some incredible beaches on our door step. The sea is at its warmest and can be 20C through this period. The Shack selling cooked breakfast and evening takeaway, local produce and licensed is the hub of our site. We sell quality products and everything you need from 08:30-11:30am and 16:30-20:00 every day. Every Tuesday we hold our wonderful magical story telling, a free family event at grumpy’s pond where amazing are told from two of Cornwall’s best actors. The evening starts at 6:30 and is set at the pond around a campfire! Live music from Jamie Bridger at the shack every Wednesday playing some amazing tunes from the last few decades. Sunday night is treasure hunt night – this is a family challenge around the local area solving clues along the way! Also Carlyon Bay beach summer pop up bar and food offers and fun activities only a 20 min walk form East Crinnis. For the more adventurous head to Polkerris Beach for water-sports. Last minute camping in Cornwall and camping near the […]
Come and see beautiful sights like our local harbour of Charlestown famous for Poldark in 2019. Guided walks start every Tuesday from the 28th May which are free to guests. Join us on a lovely walk from East Crinnis along the south west coastal footpath to Charlestown. Find the secret path to the beach, look out for sea life in St Austell Bay, stop at the Marine observation coastal watch tower and explore the wonderful harbour of Charlestown. The walk is approx 4 miles there and back and takes around an hour each way. Please note we only guide you to Charlestown and then leave you to explore, have lunch and then return in your own leisure.
Throughout the main summer we offer freshly cooked takeaway food. 6oz award winning burgers, fresh local chicken, award winning pasties with chilled Beers and wine – perfect after a long day of Cornish sightseeing or beach going. We also stock holiday essentials so don’t worry if you’ve forgotten your toothbrush!
We will be hosting two walking weeks in 2019 one in mid May and the other will be at the end of September. Join like minded guests and explore this wonderful part of the south coast of Cornwall, taking in breathtaking coastline and learning about the history of the Tin mining and China Clay heritage of the area. All walks will begin and finish on circular walks from East Crinnis. Walk 1 – Luxulyan Valley; discover this beautiful hidden gem home of the Treffry Viaduct and now a World heritage site (15miles) Walk 2 – Fowey harbour – South West Coastal Footpath,around Gribbin Head and past Polkerris beach. (17 miles) Walk 3-Eden Project and WheelMartin – explore the wonderful clay trials to the North of St Austell (14 miles) Walk 4 -Pentewan -Southwest Coastal Footpath around Black Head and returning through the Kingswoods trail (15miles) Please contact us for further information.
There is always something happening in Cornwall whilst you’re on holiday with us. Have a look at some local events so you don’t miss out! March St Pirans Day 5th March – Celebrations take place across Cornwall to honour St Piran, one of the most popular patron Saints. Be it an open air play, a singalong in a pub or a procession through a town, just look out for a black and white flag. April Cornwall Spring Flower Show (Lostwithiel) 7th – 8th April – A fragrant celebration of Cornish garden mania. Exuberant displays with camellias, daffodils, rhododendrons guaranteeing a colourful spectacle at the Boconnoc Estate. featuring show gardens, horticultural trade stands and competitive class. May Padstow May Day – 1st May – The biggest day in Padstow’s calendar. It’s not unusual for 30,000 people to flock into this little town on the day when Padstonians from all over the world return to their roots. Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature 12th – 19th May – Exciting programme includes talks, interviews, creative and practical workshops, exhibitions, presentations, theatre, musical concerts, an Art trail, guided walks and river cruises to enjoy, inform, challenge and inspire the imagination. Polo On The Beach (Watergate Bay, Newquay) 9th – 11th September – Aspall Polo on […]