Holiday Parks & Camping in North Wales
North Wales makes a wonderful destination for a family holiday, with lots of stunning countryside and striking coastline to explore
It’s easy to see why holidays parks in North Wales are so popular – offering a magical blend of medieval heritage, sparkling beaches and soaring summits. Although still something of a hidden gem, holidays in North Wales offer so much to see and provides the perfect backdrop for a truly memorable family getaway.
From outdoor pursuits in the Snowdonia mountains to exciting water sport days, endless opportunities abound with holidays in North Wales. If you fancy a slower-paced break, why not sit back and enjoy the view from a train carriage as it rolls gently through the Cambrian coastlines? Or dig deeper into the region’s history with a day out at one of the formidable Caernarfon, Conwy and Harlech castles.
And that’s not all! How about a day out at one of North Wales’ superb family attractions? Bodelwyddan Castle is a firm family favourite with exhibitions and events happening throughout the year, and thrill seekers can’t miss Zip World Titan – a 2000m zip line where four people can ride at once!
Campsites in North Wales
There’s no better way to soak in the beauty of North Wales than on a campsite. We have three beautiful parks offering camping facilities; you can pitch a tent and enjoy an exhilarating holiday enjoying the local history, wildlife and activities on offer nearby. Camping at Greenacres allows you to enjoy our nature reserve, whilst just outside you’ll find Black Rock Sands and be able to admire the beautiful views of Snowdonia in the distance. Camping at Hafan y Môr means the whole family can enjoy our on-park fishing lake; or why not explore further afield and head to the incredible Llyn Peninsula? Holidaymakers also love camping at Presthaven, with its stunning seascapes, local wildlife and sprawling beach. The choice is all yours, but we know you’ll just love camping at one of our North Wales parks.
Around the region
1. Conwy Castle
A perfectly preserved medieval castle set in the walled town of Conwy.
2. Bodnant Gardens
World-famous, stunning botanical collections.
3. Greenwood Forest Park
Unique eco-attraction with the world's first people powered roller coaster.
4. Sygun Copper Mine
Recreates Wales' precious industrial heritage.
Pretty Italian-style village in a beautiful coastal setting.
6. Snowdonia National Park
Explore the lakes, mountains and valleys of this breathtaking landscape.
More about our holiday parks in North Wales
Touring and camping available
A great location for holidays parks in Wales on the sheltered southern shores of the Llyn Peninsula.Greenacres
Hafan y Môr
Touring and camping available
One of Haven’s flagship caravan sites in Wales with a stunning setting and direct access to the beach.Hafan y Mor
Touring and camping facilities available
A lively, all-action holiday park stretching out behind dunes with direct access to miles of sandy beach.Presthaven