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Recommended campsites in Wales

Posted on: Monday 10th of February 2020

If you’re in to adventure and outdoor pursuits then Wales could be the place for you. With 3 mountainous National Parks, a rugged coastline, and more hills and valleys than you can shake a stick at, you’re sure to find an activity that suits. Or if you prefer you can just put your feet up and enjoy the incredible landscape.

Glanusk Caravan Park, Crickhowell, NP8 1LP

Glanusk Caravan Park is situated right in the heart of the Glanusk Estate and has 34 all-weather pitches, with a high quality amenity block. Its location makes it an ideal base for touring and exploring Mid Wales, the iconic Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. In addition to a dedicated dog walking field the Caravan Park has easy access to fabulous dog walks as well as routes for cycling, mountain biking and canal and riverside walks.
A great site for whatever type of holiday you’re looking for.

Hafan y Môr Touring Park, Gwynedd, LL53 6HX

Located near Pwllheli in North Wales this Haben Holiday park is set around its own sandy bay, with a breathtaking backdrop of Snowdonia. There are loads of new developments for 2019 including Dragon Lakes Adventure Village and a host of new & refurbished pubs and restaurants. Not to mention the Splashaway Bay swimming pool with slides, flumes, and a wave machine, and the Indoor SportsDrome!

South Wales Caravan Park, Llwynifan Farm, SA14 8AX

Situated in Llangeennech near Llanelli and just one mile from junction 48 of the M4, this site is centrally located to visit any attraction in South and West Wales, from Cardiff and the valleys to the East, Pembrokeshire to the West and the Brecon Beacons to the North.

Please note that this is an adults only touring park

Towy Valley Caravan Park, Carmarthen, SA32 7NL

Nestled between 2 working dairy farms all pitches at the Towy Valley Caravan Park have beautiful, unspoilt views of the Towy Valley. The site is next to the Halfway Inn, a restaurant well known in the area for its superb food and fantastic service where you will also find a small deli where you’ll be get all your essentials.

Please note that this is an adults only site

Black Mountain View Caravan Park, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, HR3 5RX

Situated in the beautiful Wye Valley, on the Powys/Herefordshire border, Black Mountain View is a great destination for walking the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park or other outdoor activities such as cycling, pony trekking, golfing or canoeing. Hop over the border and The Golden Valley has something for everyone with its historic market towns, stunning scenery and plenty of cultural attractions and museums.

Brecon Beacons Caravan & Motorhome Club Site, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7SH

Brecon Beacons Caravan & Motorhome Club Site can lay claim to some of the best views of the central Beacons, with dramatic views of Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Dufeatures. With all the features and facilities you’d expect from a Caravan & Motorhome Club Site, it provides the ideal base for touring the many nearby attractions

Barcdy Touring Caravan & Camping Park, Harlech, Gwynedd, LL47 6YG

Perfect if you’re after a nice quiet and relaxing stay, Barcdy is a small holiday park that lies in a secluded and sheltered vale, with wooded hills tumbling down to the rear and wide open views across the Dwyryd estuary to the front. Situated in the Snowdonia National Park between the sea and the mountains it really is a great place from which to wander and explore the area.

Rhandirmwyn, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, SA20 0NT

Enjoy fishing? A bit of amateur photography perhaps? Walking the dog? How about a bit of cycling? If so then this is the site for you. Rhandirmwyn lies just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park and is situated in the middle of the valley with the lively River Towy running alongside. You also have the choice of two nice pubs in the village for that well-earned drink at the end of the day.

Cardigan Bay, Llandysul, Caredigion, SA44 6LW

If you prefer making sandcastles on the beaches to hiking up mountains, then Cardigan Bay in Ceredigion may be your preferred choice. The coves and beaches of West Wales are within easy reach and if you’re lucky you might catch a glimpse of the dolphins often found close by off the coast. The area is a nature-lover’s paradise and plenty of attractions for all the family.

Bala, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7LN

An idyllic rural location just outside the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Spend your days at the Bala Lake where sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and fishing are all possible, and with great walking and cycle routes from there too. Or take a trip on the Bala Lake and Ffestiniog Railways, a great way to take in the local scenery.

Fishguard Bay Resort, Newport, Pembrokeshire, SA65 9ET

Located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Fishguard Bay Resort offers some of the most dramatic and breath-taking views in the UK. Walkers & nature lovers can explore the many paths and trails accessible directly from the park whilst those just wishing to relax can sit back and enjoy the spectacular views in glorious peace & quiet.

Gwerniago Camp Site, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9JX

Located in the heartland of Mid Wales, at the most southern point of Snowdonia National Park, the campsite is situated on the edge of Pennal village in the beautiful unspoilt Dyfi (Dovey) Valley.

A great spot for bird watching and walking, Red Kites can regularly be seen overhead and nearby is the RSPB nature reserve at Ynyshir.

Travel Guide Wales

Recommended Attractions:

  • Snowdonia
  • Millenium Stadium
  • National Museum Cardiff
  • Great Orme Tramway
  • Big Pit National Coal Museum
  • Caernarfon Castle
  • Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo

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