Beaches, access to Snowdonia, history galore and the Isle of Anglesey: North Wales has everything to make a camping holiday a success. With plenty of caravan parks, campsites and glamping options, North Wales’ visitors are spoiled for choice.
To help holidaymakers narrow down where to book, the Visit Wales website is a good place to start.
The website offers recommendations, as well as a handy tool to find any type of accommodation, including campsites and caravan parks, around the country.
In Anglesey, Tyddyn Isaf Caravan Park has received a 5 Star of ‘Excellence’ rating and overlooks the beach at Lligwy Bay.
In Porthmadog, Greenacres Holiday Park gives access to Snowdonia National Park and the Blue Flag beach Morfa Bychan / Black Rock Sands.
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Also on the edge of Snowdonia, you can bring your caravan to Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and enjoy access to two beaches, an indoor swimming pool and much more.
Hafan y Mor Holiday Park is located in Pwllheli, on a 500-acre site.
Also in Pwllheli, Tan-y-Capel Hideaway is a glamping alternative with a pod and a shepherd’s hut and has availability in October.
Plassey Holiday Park in Wrexham still has some caravanning options.
For something quite different, visitors can go glamping at the Slate Caverns in Snowdonia, with availability from September.
Llechwedd Glamping is right in the middle of the action with six luxury lodges.
Llechwedd Glamping has easy access to the caverns, Snowdonia and the attractions of the adventure sport capital of Wales: Zip World, Bounce Below and Antur Stiniog Mountain Bike Centre.
Bluebell & Snowdrop Dome at Pant Y Rhedyn isn’t far from Llanrwst and Llandudno, and while August is fully booked, September and October are still options.
Bach Wen Farm is on the Llŷn Peninsula and has views of Caernarfon Bay.
Bach Wen Farm has two pods for glamping and a handful of camping pitches, as well as a private access to the mostly pebble beach.
Aberafon Campsite offers seaside camping and caravanning, as well as a holiday cottage/ bungalow available for rent.
With private access to the beach, the campsite is located in the hamlet of Gyrn Goch.
There are plenty of camping and caravanning options in North Wales, most offering fantastic views of the sea or of Snowdonia.
For holidaymakers looking for staycation inspiration, North Wales may be worth a look.
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