Cornwall Highlights

Planning a campervan trip with Easicampers in Birmingham Airport for Easter with children can be a fun and exciting experience. Cornwall, with its beautiful coastline, historic towns, and chocolate-box villages, is the perfect place for an Easter egg hunt adventure. In this guide, we’ll take you through all the essential steps to plan a perfect campervan trip with children in Cornwall.

  1. Choosing the right campervan

Before setting off on your adventure, you need to choose the right campervan that can accommodate your family comfortably. You can rent a campervan from various companies in Cornwall that cater to families. Some companies offer larger campervans with multiple beds, a kitchenette, and a bathroom. You should also check whether the campervan has heating as the weather can be unpredictable in Cornwall during Easter.

  • Planning the route

The next step is to plan the route you’ll be taking during your Easter egg hunt adventure. Cornwall has many Easter egg hunts taking place during the holiday, so you can choose the ones that suit your family’s schedule and interests. Some popular places to visit in Cornwall during Easter are St. Michael’s Mount, Tintagel Castle, the Eden Project, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

You can also plan your route around the coast of Cornwall and explore its stunning beaches, cliffs, and fishing villages. Some of the most beautiful beaches in Cornwall are Fistral Beach, St. Ives Beach, and Porthcurno Beach. You can also take a stroll through the charming towns of St. Ives, Padstow, and Fowey.

  • Packing essentials

As you’ll be travelling in a campervan, it’s important to pack all the essentials for your trip. You should bring warm clothes, waterproof jackets, and comfortable shoes for your family. You can also bring some board games, books, and DVDs to keep your children entertained during the journey.

You should also pack a first aid kit, sunscreen, insect repellent, and any necessary medications. If you plan on cooking in the campervan, you should bring cooking utensils, plates, cups, and cutlery. You should also pack some food and drinks for your journey and plan to stop at local stores for fresh produce.

  • Easter egg hunts in Cornwall

Cornwall has plenty of Easter egg hunts taking place during the holiday, and many of them are free or low-cost. Some of the most popular Easter egg hunts in Cornwall are:

  • Eden Project Easter Egg Hunt: The Eden Project, located in St. Austell, hosts an Easter egg hunt in its gardens every year. The event includes a treasure hunt, face painting, and other activities for children.
  • National Trust Easter Egg Hunt: The National Trust properties in Cornwall host Easter egg hunts, including Tintagel Castle, Lanhydrock, and Trerice. The events are usually free for National Trust members.
  • Heligan Easter Egg Hunt: The Lost Gardens of Heligan hosts an Easter egg hunt for children every year. The event includes face painting, storytelling, and other activities for children.
  • Bodmin & Wenford Railway Easter Egg Hunt: The Bodmin & Wenford Railway hosts an Easter egg hunt on its steam train every year. The event includes a train ride, storytelling, and other activities for children.

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