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Things to do this spring on your caravan holiday in Cornwall.

Spring is a lovely time to come and visit us in Cornwall. Spring in Cornwall is a magical thing. With the county blooming, the weather getting warmer, and the days getting longer, there is plenty to enjoy. While you are on your caravan holiday in Cornwall this spring, make sure that you do some of these things – you won’t regret it!

Visit a Cornish Garden.

Cornwall’s subtropical gardens are almost as famous as its beautiful coastline. There’s plenty to choose from, the most famous being The Lost Gardens of Heligan. Lost amongst the brambles for many years, Heligan is now one of Cornwall’s most popular gardens to explore, with acres of woodland, as well as traditional and working gardens.

Trebah and Glendurgan are also beautiful gardens to visit on the Helford River on the south coast of Cornwall. Cornwall’s unique micro-climate makes it a perfect place for growing some amazing flowers and shrubs.

Visit a beautiful Cornish garden in the spring

 

Bring your dog to on your holiday in Cornwall before the beach restrictions come into effect.

Spring is a good time for a break to Cornwall if you are bringing a four-legged friend with you. Some beaches have restrictions on dogs during the summer months, such as Porth Beach. Though some places are dog-friendly all year round – get inspired by our guide to Cornwall with dogs here.

We have some caravans and pitches that are pet-friendly, read about where you can stay here.

Walk your dog in Cornwall in spring

Visit Trenance Gardens and see the blossom!

Trenance Gardens is just a short distance away from Hendra – you even walk there (even though there are a few busy roads).

With Cornwall having a warmer climate than the rest of England, everything blooms that little bit earlier. See what you can spot here, and look at the beautiful blossom trees.

There’s plenty to do at Trenance Gardens besides looking at the beautiful flowers, trees, and shrubbery. You can feed the ducks and look at the swans, visit one of its 4 cafes, enjoy the play park there and ride the mini railway. There are also peddle boats open at selected times.

Spring is the perfect time to visit Trenance Gardens and see the blossom

Enjoy one of Newquay’s free Easter Events!

To help your holiday in Cornwall be fun, but not too costly, there’s a couple of brilliant free, family friendly, events on in Newquay.

There’s the Easter Golden Rocks Hunt 2024 where you can keep an eye out for 50 Golden Rocks hidden around Newquay! It starts on Friday 29th March 2024 and finishing on the Sunday 14th April 2024 at 4pm. Age limit up to 12 years.

If you are lucky enough to find one of the golden rocks then bring it to the Visit Newquay Tourist Information Centre, Marcus Hill, TR7 1BD to exchange it for an Easter surprise!

On Easter Sunday Newquay Town Council and Visit Newquay have organised a free Easter egg hunt and trail, with a chocolate egg and prize for every child.

This takes place on the Killacourt, which offers beautiful views over Newquay Bay. There will be live music, games and lots of fun!

The Killacourt is the location of a range of events in Newquay throughout the year.

 

Visit Lappa Valley for Easter holiday fun!

Hidden in a Cornish valley, Lappa Valley is an idyllic countryside location, which will make your Cornwall holiday unique. Children will love riding on the steam train down into the valley. When you get to the valley there are mini-trains, along with paddle boats, peddle cars, and outdoor and indoor play.

This Easter enjoy duck racing! Get your ticket and win Easter prizes. There’s also an Easter Quiz too, with prizes to be won and a special sticker for all.