Places to visit
Croft Farm Holiday Park – Local Attractions
Croft Farm Holiday Park is ideally situated in mid-Cornwall. Set in the countryside, yet only 3 miles from large sandy beaches, and only six and a half miles from the main arterial routes to explore the whole of Cornwall. Positioned only 1 mile from the entrance to the Eden Project, we have many visitors “off the road” who have been to Eden for the day, and then return to us time and time again.
The Eden Project
The Eden Project – An unforgettable experience in a breathtaking location; a place of beauty and wonder. Most people have heard about its giant green houses and thousands of plants.
Gardens of Heligan
The Lost Gardens of Heligan – A delightfully restored magical garden that was nearly lost to decay. It now contains an exotic jungle, wildlife hides, working gardens and a huge estate to explore. Only 8 miles from the park
Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre – An exhibition on the Titanic, with some of the relics from the ship, are amongst many interesting things to see and learn about here.
Originally a fishing port for pilchards – still has a thriving fishing industry. Narrow cobbled streets, quaint fishermen’s cottages, trips around the bay and a ferry to the yachting haven of Fowey, make a trip to Mevagissey a must. Just 7 miles from the Park.
Magnificent late Victorian country house –Extensive servants’ quarters, gardens and wooded estate. There is a stunning 17th-century gatehouse, long gallery, 19th century upstairs/downstairs experience, wonderful gardens and an adventure playground. 5 miles from the Park.