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During the past nine years since we have been at Dolbeare Park, we have worked hard on making Dolbeare Park as sustainabile and efficient as possible without affecting quality. For the most part, our customers are unaware of our efforts to remain as cost effective and efficient as possible.

Initially with a huge help from CoaST and continuing as an Ambassador, we have worked hard to achieve a number of awards, namely the GTBS (Green Tourist Business Scheme) and the David Bellamy Award, where we achieved the prestigious Gold Awards in both.

In 2011 and 2013, we were delighted to win the Bronze Award at the Cornwall Tourism Awards for Sustainability.

In 2012 and 2014, we were absolutely delighted to win the Green Tourism Goldstar Award. These awards are such huge achievements for us and also show us that we are being recognised for all the hard work that we undertake to be as sustainable as possible.

GTBS Gold Award

The Green Tourist Business Scheme is the leading sustainable tourism certification scheme in the UK, the largest to operate globally and currently the only green accreditation scheme recognised by Visit Britain.

In August 2014, we are absolutely delighted to be nominated for the GTBS Goldstar Award again. These awards honour businesses that have done the most to promote sustainability, by implementing cost-saving practices that help the environment, improve customer servce and help save the business money.

In December 2013, we are delighted to receive our GTBS Gold Award again.

In June 2011 we received the Goldstar award and the Best Carbon Footprint award recognising Dolbeare Park as one of the greenest businesses in the UK and Ireland!

In June 2010 we were absolutely delighted to be awarded for the second time the prestigous Green Tourist Business Scheme Gold level.

David Bellamy/GTBS

We belong to the David Bellamy Scheme and the GTBS Scheme to show our commitment towards sustainability and biodiversity. Both schemes are similar but different, and each has its own uniqueness.

To find out more information about both schemes, see below for a more detailed explanation.

Wildlife Report

Being situated adjacent to agricultural land and in An Area of Great Landscape Value in South East Cornwall, Dolbeare Park is in a fantastic location for exploring the wildlife of our beautiful surrounding area. Centrally placed between the beauty and the wildness of Dartmoor to our east, Bodmin Moor to our west and the unspoilt area of the Rame Peninsula with its superb cliffs and beaches to our south.

Visitors Charter

Five ways to be the best sort of visitor! Small Steps – Big Impact!

Welcome to Dolbeare Park! Wherever we go and whatever we do, we have some impact on the environment and community. By making positive choices during your visit, you can help to look after Cornwall and this special area ensuring that it retains everything that is special about it for your next visit. You can have an impact right here at Dolbeare Park.

Environment Policy

Dolbeare Park is situated in an Area Of Great Landscape Value. We are committed to providing a high quality caravan and camping park to customers, our local community and our employees.

We believe it is imperative that we take all reasonable measures to preserve and maintain the immediate and wider environment for the prosperity and enjoyment of future generations and to ensure the continuing success of Dolbeare Park.

We will operate in compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and we will endeavour to use pollution prevention and environmentally best practices in all that we do.




Information Centre

We have an extensive information centre with maps, leaflets, guides covering a wide area of both Devon and Cornwall as well as wildlife on our Park. We also have our own guides on `Where to eat', `Where to walk', `Sports and Recreation', `Beaches' and our `Suggestions Leaflet' of things you might miss.