Killiwerris Touring Park is a sheltered adult only caravan site with a sunny aspect, perfect for relaxing in the Cornish sun.

Penstraze village is tucked away from busy roads though conveniently close to the coasts and many attractions in Cornwall.

Mature trees surround the park which is attractively planted with shrubs between spacious hard standing pitches.

There’s always a warm welcome from owners Stephen and Andrea when you visit their beautifully kept four star touring park.

Park Facilities

Pitches are spacious, level hard standings with electric hook-up, fresh water and waste water drain, so there’s no need to carry water around the park.

The heated facilities building is new and spotlessly clean with wet room style showers and hair dryers built in for your convenience.

A fully equipped disabled suite is included.

Showers are free.

Washing-up and laundry room facilities are inside the heated building.

We keep milk, bread, free-range eggs, ice cream and a selection of Cornish produce at reception.

You can pick up tourist information or borrow a book from our small library.

Most daily requirements can be found in Chacewater village less than a mile from the caravan site.

There’s a Post Office, butcher, bakery and fish and chip shop.

Several country inns offer a variety of dining locally.

Dogs are welcome at Killiwerris Touring Park.

We have pleasant walks around the park to keep dogs and guests well exercised.

Coarse fishing is available nearby and good sea fishing.

There is a choice of Golf courses are within a short drive.

Whats On Nearby

Killiwerris Touring Park is ideally situated for touring and exploring Cornwall.

The Cathedral city of Truro is just 5 miles, equidistant between the coasts.

The city is an attractive tourism and riverside retail centre.

St Agnes is the nearest coast, just 4 miles from the caravan park, along the coast path engine house’s cling to cliffs; memorials to tin mining.

A few miles north are excellent sandy beaches at Perranporth and Newquay, both popular surfing resorts.

St Ives is a charming seaside town where you can enjoy a sandy beach, bistro-cafes, art galleries and craft shops.

A short drive south is the bustling holiday center of Falmouth.

The town’s seaport history is commemorated by the National Maritime Museum.

The River Fal is an immense natural harbor with villages, marinas and boating centers nestling in its creeks.

The entrance is overlooked by headland castles at Pendennis and St Mawes on the pretty St Just-in-Roseland peninsular.

Cornwall offers some great days out, The Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lands End, The Lizard and a selection of National Trust properties cater for every interest.

Wherever you do choose, there will be fresh seafood, real Cornish pasties and, can you resist a cream tea with Cornish clotted cream?

How To Find Us

Killiwerris Touring Park is off Chiverton Cross, on the A30 in Cornwall.

Click the map for directions to the caravan site.

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