Little Dinham is perfectly situated to give you easy access to all the great holiday pastimes and activities you would expect to find in Cornwall.
Rock, Polzeath and Wadebridge all lie within a three mile radius of us, and popular attractions like the Eden Project are within easy striking distance.
Major shopping market’s are only a 10 minute drive away in the town of Wadebridge which also features a range of useful stores and cafe’s
Set in mature grounds in a sheltered wooded valley, our family-run holiday park is on the banks of Dinham Creek where you can enjoy the stunning views, and woodland walks down to the River Camel.
Rock is a veritable paradise for the boating enthusiast, where the wide sheltered waters of the River Camel estuary offer some of the best boating facilities in the South West.
Nearby Polzeath is famous for its surfing and is a popular family beach with its vast expanse of sand and rock pools.
Daymer Bay, great for children, with safe sandy beaches. It also has excellent windsurfing and St. Enodoc Church is the burial place of Sir John Betjeman.
Also available at Rock is the Water-Skiing Club, and a foot ferry operates daily to Padstow, just a short ride across the estuary.
Little Dinham Caravan Park in Cornwall is only three miles from Wadebridge, a small bustling market town well provided with friendly shops that can satisfy most needs.
Wadebridge is also at the mid-point of the Camel Trail cycle way. You can hire any type of bike and choose whether to head upstream through lush woodland to Bodmin or alongside the estuary to Padstow.
For the golfing enthusiast, we have the choice of the finest golf courses in the country at St. Enodoc and The Point.
Port Isaac, an unspoilt fishing village now famous as the setting for the Doc Martin television series.
Padstow with its famous harbour, and, of course, nowadays it is also renowned for Rick Stein’s restaurant.
Apart from these nearby interests, there is much to see in the surrounding area, such as King Arthur’s Castle at Tintagel, and the Eden Project at St. Austell to name but two.
Further afield are the Tate Gallery at St. Ives, and the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth. Also many children’s adventure parks are situated nearby.
Leaflets are available from our Tourist Information on site.