Summary of ground: 3200 Capacity; Two covered seated stands and one covered standing area. One seated family stand. Large licensed bar overlooking the pitch.
Consumption of alcohol is confined to the area in front of the Clubhouse.
Ticket Prices: 2019/20
Concessions: £5 (Over 65's) (Students to show ID card.)
Under-10s: Free when accompanied by an adult
There is also a £1 charge for the car park to raise funds for a new youth section.
TREYEW ROAD INFORMATION
Fully licensed bar is available at the Treyew Road ground open on match days only. Choice of food on match day includes a cullinary array of burgers, sausage rolls and chips etc. On special occasions, a hog roast is available. The general ground facilities have improved hugely under the new management and are still ongoing now. In 2014, a completely new pitch perimeter was installed, complying with League regulations, plus numerous other enhancements to improve the supporter's ambience and safety.
Parking is £1 at the ground and is usually accessible, though an overspill car park exists at the County Hall, 500 m west from the ground.
Truro mainline railway station is a maximum 10 minute walk to the ground, with gradient.
Away from the ground, refreshments can be found within the bustling city centre; A2B taxi (01872 272989) is recommended from the city to the ground, or take the 15 minute walk (virtually all uphill).
Recommended for Away and Home fans is the popular Bunters Bar in Little Castle Street, the largest sports bar in town. Simultaneous multi-game Sky-TV / BT Sports viewing is shown. No food is served here though you can bring/consume your own.
Cornish favourite brews are the award winning Tribute Pale Ale (St. Austell Brewery), Skinners (brewed in Truro), and Doom Bar (Sharpe's of Rock). Several ciders are also available.
Cornish pasties and saffron buns are the local Cornish delicacies. Several bakeries claim their pasties are the best, but this is open to debate. Rowe's pasties though are considered one of the best.
For those staying over on Saturday night, accommodation is somewhat limited within the City. The County Arms (St Austell Brewery owned) has brand new rooms and the location is only 5 minutes walk from the ground. The Donnington B and B opposite the ground includes a generous cooked breakfast.
There are a few other B&B's dotted around but hotels are surprisingly thin on the ground (and expensive). The city centre is vibrant with plenty of pubs and very cosmopolitan eateries. Indian, Bangladeshi, Chinese, Nepalese, Italian, English, French, Egyptian, Turkish and Geordie...
Fans from other visiting clubs tend to stay overnight in either Newquay (15miles away) or Falmouth (9 miles). Both towns have ample accommodation and arguably a more vibrant nightlife, though Truro can certainly pack a punch.