Croft Farm Holiday Park is approximately 1 mile from the pretty village of Luxulyan where the large granite outcrops are evidence of the furthest Glacial activity in Cornwall at the end of the last Ice Age. In the more recent past the extensive woodland of the Luxulyan Valley was important during the Copper smelting history of the area. Walkers and cyclists will enjoy the trails through the pretty woodland surrounding the intriguing water leats and the impressive granite Treffry Aquaduct once used in the smelting process.
Cornwall's South coast was popular with the wealthy Cornish families who built their estates and Historic Houses taking advantage of the mild climate and lovely views. The lost Gardens of Heligan lay dormant for over 100 years until recent renovation enabled visitors to view their sleeping beauty. Trerice, Pencarrow and Lanhydrock Houses are all within easy travelling distance. The pretty fishing village of Mevagissey and the quaint yachting haven of Fowey are 6 and 8 miles respectively.