The Caravan and Motorhome Club has added another site to its extensive network across the UK, after acquiring Carnon Downs Caravan Park in Cornwall.
While the site has been affiliated to the Club since 2007, it’s only since its reopening earlier in April this year that it’s been officially owned by the caravanning organisation.
Now known as the Carnon Downs Caravan and Motorhome Club Site, it’s accepting bookings for those keen to explore England’s southwestern tip.
The site has the capacity to host 169 touring caravans and motorhomes, with facilities including a toilet block, electric hook up and a TV room.
As well as the villages of Carnon Downs, Devoran and Feock being close by, the cathedral city of Truro with all its attractions is just three miles away.
Keen cyclists can set off on two wheels right from the site, as it’s located on Route 3 of the National Cycle Network.
No trip to Cornwall is complete without a day at the seaside and Loe Beach is situated close to the site.
It’s a great location to indulge in sailing, kayaking and windsurfing, with a watersports centre to teach those new to these activities.
Nick Lomas, director general of the Caravan and Motorhome Club said: “We are delighted to have purchased the Carnon Downs campsite as it’s an excellent site that we know is hugely popular with our members.
“We would also like to thank Simon Vallance and family for all their hard work building and maintaining this fantastic campsite over the years and we look forward to continuing their success. We hope you will join us in celebrating this fabulous news as we reopen the network following lockdown, and we look forward to welcoming you on site soon.”