Check out our Cornwall holiday park leisure facilities

Are you looking for a holiday park with swimming pool? What about other top leisure facilities? Whether you want to keep fit or simply have some fun, we have a range of facilities to suit your needs. The clubhouse is at the centre of our holiday park and is just yards from all our self-catering accommodation.

Our holiday park with swimming pool is perfect for kids and adults alike and the ideal place for some family fun! With shallow and deeper areas, there’s plenty of room in the pool for kids and adults alike. There’s also a separate, small children’s pool. And, if you’re in the mood to unwind after a hard day exploring Cornwall, then why not visit our sauna?

Away from the pool, there is a range of sporting activities on site. Be sure to pack your tennis rackets, as our tennis courts are the place to test out your skills! Or if you see yourself as the next Rory McIlroy then put your golfing prowess to the test on our putting green. And, to help the kids burn off all that excess energy, there is even a small play area.

Take a closer look at our leisure facilities by viewing our gallery of images below…


What leisure facilities and activities are nearby?

We are proud of our Cornwall holiday park leisure facilities but there is so much to see and do close to our site. Penzance is less than 2 miles away and there is so much to do around the Cornish coast. Here are our top 5 leisure activities you should consider when staying at Kenegie Manor…

  1. Surfing and bodyboarding: Kenegie Manor is a short drive to the beach and with clear blue waters on your doorstep you’d be mad not to give surfing a try! The closest beach to Kenegie Manor is Long Rock and with it’s long shallow beach and gentle wave is the ideal place for bodyboarding. Down the coast are the beaches of Sennen, Gwenver and Porthmeor at St Ives, which are renowned surfing beaches. Further north is the iconic Fistral Beach in Newquay, regarded as one of the top surfing beaches in the UK.
  2. Kayaking, canoeing and windsurfing: There are several sailing clubs in the Mount’s Bay area that offer beginner’s courses throughout the summer season. West Cornwall’s winds and waves mean whether you’re kayaking or windsurfing you’re sure to have a great time out on the water.
  3. Fishing: Whether you fancy a spot of sea fishing from a charter boat or the shoreline, coarse fishing from one of the many ponds or rock fishing from one of the many coves or cliff tops, there’s something for all fishing enthusiasts nearby.
  4. Golf: Cornwall is the place for a golfing holiday, with some excellent courses across the county. West Cornwall is also blessed with some top class links and parkland courses nearby, perfect for testing out your game!
  5. Take a boat trip: Discover Cornwall’s magical marine environment with a boat trip out to sea. Some charters offer scuba diving, where you can get up close and personal with this underwater world
Read what our guests say...

A friend and I booked a 2 bed bungalow for 3 nights over a long weekend in April. The Park was quiet and although we didn’t use any of the facilities we had a great break. The accommodation was clean, cosy and well equipped; a great base.
The only one tiny niggle was no blind in the bathroom and as overlooked by other houses and a pathway our modesty was a little compromised. Maxine G, Trip Advisor, April 2018

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