Easter in Cornwall

February 28, 2019 Atlantic Coast Holiday Park

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With Easter 2019 being almost the latest is can be, what could be better than enjoying your Easter holiday with us here in Cornwall.  We are ideally located to reach the North and South coasts of this beautiful county and if the weather isn't quite as good on one coast, there if every chance it will be much improved on the other.  We had a customer just the other day who had left the Falmouth area in grey cloud only to arrive on park with clear blue skies.

There is plenty to see and do if you can bear to leave the peace and quiet of the park.


If you venture to Falmouth, the Maritime Museum is well worth a visit.  The Titanic Exhibition tells the well-known story and displays some rare and never before seen artifacts.  There is also a Treasure Island themed play area for the younger ones and lots of interaction fun in the Navigation zone. From the lookout tower at the top to the underwater view of the harbour, there is sure to be something for everyone.



Cornwall is know for it's history of Tin Mining and Geevor Tin Mine is the largest preserved mine site in the country. You will discover the story of mining from a small taste of what it was like to be underground, to the overground  processes.  Geevor finally closed in 1990 and The Dry, where the men would change after their shift, has been left exactly as it was after the last shift. There will be lots of activities for the children over the Easter holidays too.


For a great family day out, then a trip to Flambards is a must.  There will be plenty of Easter themed fun from 'explosive' science experiments (including gunge making!) to Ferdi's Big Easter Egg Quiz Trail.  As you look around the authentic Victorian village, you can do their quiz too. Experience an air raid in the life-sized replica of a London street complete with an Anderson shelter.  Back to the present day there are plenty of rides for either the thrill-seeker or those who prefer something a little quieter.



A stay with us here at Atlantic Coast isn't complete unless you have been to Mutton Cove to see the seals.  Less than 5 minutes drive from the park (or a lovely walk if you are feeling energetic!), at low tide you can witness the seals in their natural environment either playing in the water or sleeping in the sun.  Inaccessible to the public, this beach is a place where they can feel completely safe.  There are plenty of places to watch them from the cliff top - but please keep your dogs under control and speak in a whisper as any excessive noise will disturb them and they will retreat into the sea.



These are just a few of the things to do and see over Easter in Cornwall.  We have plenty of other tourist information leaflets in Reception or just ask one of our staff who have lots of local knowledge.

We are very lucky to be surrounded by beautiful beaches in Cornwall.  Adjacent to the park we have almost 3 miles of sandy beach, much of which is dog friendly all year round. 
Alternatively you might want to explore these equally lovely beaches.


But don't take our word for it, come and see for yourself!  We have accommodation to suit many needs, from Lodges and Poacher's Huts with Hot Tubs to Pet Premium, Platinum and Access Plus caravans.  There is something for everyone.

Easter will soon be here - so don't miss out.

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