North Wales Campsites
With fantastic scenery, mountain walks and trails, family friendly seaside resorts, drama and music festivals, and country fairs, campers flock to the region to join in the year round fun.
Many North Wales camp sites approved by The Camping and Caravanning Club have modern facilities including laundries, dish washers, storage facilities, freezers and hot showers, along with childrens play areas, cafes, shops, bars and restaurants.
Tents and trailer tent sites in North Wales are abundant, along with sites catering for touring caravans, and motorhomes. Most have facilities for the disabled. There is also a wide choice of static caravan parks.
Venues vary from larger sites with up to 400 pitches to quiet sites catering for as few as five caravans. The Camping and Caravanning Club lists recommended sites in Conway, Flintshire, Denbighshire, Wrexham and Anglesey.
One of the most popular camp sites in North Wales is Conwy Touring Park near Conwy estuary with its stunning views. Although large, it is well organised with each campsite area screened by natural scenery and woodlands. On the edge of Snowdonia National Park it is a perfect base for a touring caravan or camping holiday, with evening entertainment, a games room and a bar on site.
More medium sized sites include Bodnant Caravan Park, winner of Wales in Bloom competition for touring caravan sites for 26 consecutive years and known for its eye-catching floral displays. It can accommodate touring caravans, motor-caravans and tents and has a separate field for caravan rallies. There are multi-serviced pitches, electric and TV hook-ups, water taps, with all tent pitches in a separate field.
Many people might not think of looking for a caravan site with a gym and sauna but in North Wales you’ll find one at Ty Hen Holiday Park, a family run site, ten minutes walk from Rhosneigr
, with accommodation for static caravans, tourers and tents.
Pen y Berth caravan site on the Llyn Peninsular is a family park next to a golf driving range. With 100 pitches, it is also minutes from the home of Wakestock, Europe’s largest wakeboarding festival, held in July.
Anglesey caravan sites are within easy distance of local beaches, while Conwy, Rhuddlan and Caernarfon all offer sites within short walking distance of historic castles.