North Wales campsites are a very popular choice for camping holidays with great tent pitches in coastal camping sites with breathtaking sea and mountain views near seaside resorts and small delightful fishing villages. Book in at superb dog-friendly sites and beach sites. This coastal area offers a heady mix of natural beauty and ancient heritage where you’re never too far from the stunning countryside or the breathtaking coast with magnificent golden sandy beaches that are just perfect for beach games, safe bathing and water sports for all ages, while the countryside offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventure and activities. If you’re looking for a unique campsite for your next holiday adventure, then head for North Wales!
Camping in North Wales is simply unforgettable. It puts you close to the great outdoors where you can experience exceptional natural beauty. There are many well-equipped sites where you can spend time with your family, friends, or loved one. Most have safe playgrounds for children. Some welcome dogs while others offer laundry facilities and amenities for the disabled and a few have special features like restaurants, shops, swimming pools, and Wi-Fi.
The campsites are the perfect playgrounds for those who long for fresh air, leisurely strolls, and action-packed adventure. They place you near a variety of activities like the Zip Wire at Bethesda and Blaenau Ffestiniog, Surf Snowdonia at Dolgarrog near Conwy and Paintballing at Abergele.
If this is the year you plan to keep fit, what better place to start than in North Wales? It is the hub of outdoor campsite adventure and has beautiful scenery to help you stay motivated. You can enjoy walking in the countryside or running at the beach every morning. The area is filled with rural and coastal routes that offer different levels of difficulty. There are trails for every age so finding the perfect one will be easy. Visit Conwy Valley and enjoy the lovely walks showcasing lakes, forests, waterfalls, Neolithic settlements, and sublime mountains.
The cycling routes range from easy to difficult and plenty begin at the campsites. There are routes for families and others for advanced cyclists. If you’re feeling energetic, try cycling on the mountains. The stunning mountains dominate the area and have some of the highest peaks in the UK. They are a hub for climbers and cyclists and if you fancy some indoor climbing practice try Beacon climbing centre at Caernarfon.
Do you love water activities? Go out and admire the beauty of the coast from your kayak or canoe. The coastal campsites are in terrific settings for all activities. The area has many wonderful spots where you can enjoy paddling. There are locations for novices and some for experts all set against stunning backdrops. Here, you can enjoy surfing, coasteering, white water rafting, and power boating.
The Town best known for its Victorian glamour is Llandudno, a classic seaside resort. It is fondly nicknamed the “Queen of Welsh resorts” because of its beauty and appeal. Its unspoiled seafront architecture, sweeping promenade, and Victorian townhouses make it a must-visit spot.
Caernarfon is known for its medieval castle which was the base of many ancient battles. The castle survived numerous attacks and remains intact up to this day. Caernarfon is set on the banks of the Menai Straits facing the Isle of Anglesey.
From the first moment you set foot in the town, you’ll be captivated by the gigantic castle that seems to dominate everything else. Conwy also has a scenic harbour which is one of Wales’ biggest recreational boating harbours. It has many historical attractions including Plas Mawr, the Conwy Suspension Bridge, and Llewelyn the Great's statue. Camping on the picture perfect campsites near-by allows easy access to the activities on offer but also the shops, bars and fine restaurants this seaside town is known for.
Portmeirion is North Wales’ little Italy. It was the location for the famous TV series “The Prisoner” in the 1960s. Thousands of visitor’s flock to the local campsites near the town each year and it’s easy to see why: Portmeirion has a surreal beauty that is simply unmatched. You will be baffled, entranced and excited by its quirky beauty. It is delightfully continental, but its roots are firmly planted in Wales.
These two towns are known for their beaches, natural beauty, and family fun. They are picture-perfect and are the ideal spots to enjoy anything from donkey rides to ballroom dancing. They have been popular camping holiday hot-spots for generations, with an excellent variety of coastal campsites, family attractions including fairgrounds, theatres, cinemas, an aquarium, and a tropical water park.
A camping holiday is truly magical. There is plenty of outdoor adventure, and the attractions leave you spoilt for choice. If you want to experience the adventure of a lifetime, pack up and go camping in North Wales.