The Oaks Holiday Park in Looe, Cornwall

The Oaks Holiday Park is situated in beautiful countryside just outside of the coastal town and fishing port of Looe, Cornwall.

The Oaks Holiday Park - South West Coast Path

We are a small, quiet site looking out onto woodland and rolling hills. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the Sparrow Hawk, Buzzard, Kestrels or Barn Owl that grace us with their presence every now and again.

Park Views 3

With no clubhouse or bar it is the perfect place for stepping back and unwinding with friends and loved ones. We have also been lucky enough to see some spectacular sunrises and sunsets, which are well worth getting up early and staying up late for!

Relaxing Holiday Park

You can bring your own touring caravan or tent. Or stay in one of our beautiful Bell Tents or Static Caravans, most of which are dog friendly.

There is plenty of space here to walk your four-legged friends, take in the scenery around some tranquil ponds and coastal paths.

Bell Tents: The Oaks Holiday Park

You are welcome to take a stroll with your dogs (or children!) down to our neighbours’ ponds where you will find and abundance of wildlife including Kingfishers, Dragonflies and much more. A beautiful and peaceful place for a walk or even a picnic. *Please note all children must be accompanied by a responsible adult and dogs must be kept on leads.

Looe to Polparro Caostal Path

We also have a mile-long dog walk around our field so there is no need to head out onto the main road with your furry friend (unless you want to of course!).

Looe is beautiful all year round, you can watch the boats from the harbour or take a walk through the town, to the beach and down onto Banjo Pier.

Looe Harbour: Beautiful all year round

It boasts some amazing bars and restaurants, not to mention the delicious Fish and Chip shops, cafes and ice -cream parlour.

Treats for all the Family

For those who like to get out and about the South West Coastal Path passes through the town, where you can spend some time crabbing off the harbour wall, there really is something for everyone!

South West Coastal Path