Cornwall has some of the most stunning scenery in the UK, which is why tourists flock back here year-after-year, and there are many ways you can see it. From hiking and walking to cycling and horse riding there is plenty to do around our Cornish parks, and if it all gets too much then a gentle stroll along the beach is the perfect way to unwind.

Want something active to do?

Just because you're spending time at your holiday home it doesn't mean you can't be active.

Whether it's walking the clifftops of Cornwall in search of breath-taking views, cycling through the countryside and getting your blood pumping whilst taking in the fresh air, trying out your surfing skills or simply just going for a stroll with your loved ones along the beach, there's plenty of activities to enjoy in and around Par Sands.

If you don't know the area well, simply ask your customer care team for some suggestions and they'll be more than happy to help. Should you choose to stay on park you can make use of the multi-weather sports courts, mini putting green and children's play area, not to mention taking in the on park wildlife lake. If it's bad weather don't worry, you can always spend an afternoon in the on-site swimming pool.

Our Owners’ Top Picks

The Camel Trail

One of the most successful recreational trails in the UK, the Camel Trail takes you 18 miles through the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line between Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. Perfect for walking or cycling, contrasts in scenery are striking thanks to the stunning landscape and wildlife destinations, and access to country and seaside towns encourage you to check out local shops, pubs and visitor attractions.


The Polkerris Beach Co

Picture a sheltered, sandy beach in a small village, self-catering accommodation just up the lane, no through traffic, a beach shop and café, equipment rental so you don’t have to lug everything with you and personalised windsurfing and sailing courses at our award-winning, RYA Recognised Training Centre


Encounter Cornwall

Encounter Cornwall offers guided canoe and kayak hire on the Fowey River, with options to suit all ages and abilities from April to October. There are a variety of guided kayaking trips, from 3 hour ‘Creek and Backwaters’ trips on the high tide, or the ‘Harbours and Beaches’ tour on the low tide – all allowing you to explore this unique and protected estuary and enjoy the views and wildlife from the river.


Lostwithiel Golf & Country Club

The Lostwithiel Golf and Country Club, set within stunning extensive grounds with rolling wooded hills, offers you the perfect spot to improve on your golfing handicap. Having been described as ‘the jewel in Cornwall’s Crown’, the golf course is renowned among golfers as the location for a challenging yet rewarding round of golf, which is overlooked by the historic Restormel castle, an English Heritage site dating back to the 13th century.

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