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Dolbeare Park

Holiday Park / Campsite

Address
Dolbeare Park
Landrake
Saltash
Cornwall
PL12 5AF
England
Telephone (01752) 851332
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Quality award winning park on the Cornwall/Devon border

A lovely family friendly park on the Cornwall/Devon border located in the countryside of South East Cornwall.

Over the years, Dolbeare Park, has gone from strength to strength and is passionate about sustainability and how to improve the efforts and rewards that make the park more sustainable and environmental.

Encouraging pitch and storage, storage and seasonal pitches have all helped to reduce the carbon footprint of the park.

The park is in an area of natural beauty and we do our best to encourage visitors to explore this delightful and little known area of Cornwall. The Rame Peninsula known as ‘the forgotten corner’, Whitsand Bay, Looe Polperro and also the delight of Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor that is all in very easy reach from the park.

Dolbeare Park has hardstanding all weather pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents (if they would like it) all with electric. Camping pitches are on grass with or without electric. In 2016, we introduced our Lotus Belle tents to supplement our Eurotent that has proved to be very popular.

To find out availability or to book, either see our website or call us on 01752 851332 between 9am and 6pm.

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Directions

From East:

Follow A38 to Plymouth and then onto Landrake. As you arrive into Landrake, at the blue footbridge turn immediately right into Pound Hill, the park can be found just under a mile on the right hand side.

From West:

Follow A38 from Liskeard to Landrake. As you arrive into Landrake, turn left just before the blue footbridge into Pound Hill, the park can be found just under a mile on the right hand side.

SATNAVS: Please be careful using satnavs as they can get it wrong. You must come into Landrake on the A38 to access the park safely. If you satnav is asking you to do anything else, please ignore it.

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