Are you looking for holiday parks near Snowdonia?
Snowdonia National Park in north-west Wales spans 823 square miles of outstandingly beautiful, dramatic, diverse landscapes, with a range of holiday parks available for touring and camping.
Holidays in Snowdonia
More than 4 million holidaymakers, walkers, climbers and nature lovers flock here every year to enjoy the network of trails, and climb craggy peaks such as Cader Idris and Tryfan.
Snowdonia is home to Mount Snowdon, the highest and most visited mountain in the UK, in England, and the Llyn Tegid or Bala Lake, at 4.5 miles long, the largest natural lake in Wales.
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The historic mountain railway climbs slowly to the summit of Snowdon for panoramic views stretching as far as Ireland.
Clusters of charming, picturesque villages provide ideal holiday park bases for exploring ancient, wooded valleys, medieval fortresses and to enjoy the warmth and hospitality of the local people.
Riverside Touring Park
Riverside Touring Park is set in the village of Betws y Coed, known as the gateway to Snowdonia.
The village has an international reputation, popular with tourists for its shops, restaurants and pubs and this relaxing holiday park is the perfect location for exploring Snowdonia National Park.
Close to the lakes, mountains and narrow-gauge railway, attractions include the railway museum, golf course and the famous Swallow Falls.
Facilities on offer:
• Baby changing facilities
• BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric,
• Disabled and wheelchair users’ facilities
• Disabled shower room
• Dishwashing area
• Dog walk from the site
• Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
• Electric hook-up
• Family washroom, showers, laundry room
Maenan Abbey Caravan Park
Maenan Abbey Caravan Park in the heart of the scenic Conwy Valley amid secluded landscaped gardens nestles within the ancient walls of the Abbey.
The park is the ideal base for touring Snowdonia.
This Betws-y-Coed caravan feels like home from home, with all you need for a relaxing, comfortable stay:
• Warm, community atmosphere
• Outdoor eating spaces
• Picnic area, barbecue and patio area
• Family friendly
• Weekend/midweek breaks
• Bus stop nearby
• Outdoor activities
• Bed linen available
• No smoking
Beddgelert Campsite is located in an exquisite riverside location, surrounded by snow-capped peaks within Snowdonia National Park.
Set within a forest, a few minutes away from the charming Welsh village of Beddgelert.
Beddgelert campsite is a place to escape to, be close to nature and the ideal location for a tranquil, truly special camping experience in idyllic natural surroundings.
You can catch the steam train from the campsite station at this lovely Snowdonia holiday park.
Among its many amenities, Beddgelert offers:
• Public wifi
• Children’s meals, highchairs available
• Gift shop
• Outdoor furniture
• Clothes dryer, launderette
Ty’n Rhos Caravan Park
Ty’n Rhos Caravan Park is situated on a family-run farm, less than an hour’s drive from Snowdonia National Park and the North Wales beaches.
With panoramic views towards the mountains, conveniently situated between Betws-y-Coed, Bala and Llangollen, this holiday park provides a comfortable, convenient base for walkers and cyclists.
There’s a network of quiet lanes and tracks and Ty´n Rhos is also very close to the trails of Llyn Adinlwen and Llyn Brenig.
It’s just a short drive to Dinas Dinlle beach:
• 2 level acres of superb pitches
• Motorhomes welcome
• Children and pets welcome
• 10-minute walk to Lligwy Beach
• Free wifi
• Toilet block and free hot showers
• Ample hot water
• Freezer pack service
• Seasonal farm produce
Tan Y Rhiw Holiday Park
Tan Y Rhiw Holiday Park a mile from the centre of Llanwrst is an ideal location for either a relaxing day on the beach or an action packed holiday that includes walking, climbing, mountain biking.
Zip World and Surf Snowdonia are nearby attractions.
Llanwrst is a market town in the Conwy Valley on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, with a range of shops, 2 small supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and takeaways.
The walking centre at Betws-y-Coed is approximately 5 miles away with accessible walks along the riverbanks and more challenging walks around the famous Swallow Falls, Fairy Glen and in the surrounding forests.
• Family-friendly site
• Showers, flushing toilet and hand basins
• Hardstanding pitches with electric hook up
• Hardstanding with electric hook-up
• Hardstanding only pitch
• Hardstanding pitch (Super Service)
Cilcennus Farm Caravan Park
Cilcennus Farm Caravan Park on a family run working farm is located in an idyllic setting in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
Two miles from the historic market town of Llanrwst Cilcennus Farm is close to the picturesque village of Betws y Coed and offers:
• Disabled wet room
• Hot showers – powered by wood-burning
• Sustainable Bio-mass boiler
• Food preparation/ washing up room
• Games room
• Cycle wash
• Electric hook-ups
• Freesat (not Freeview)
• Box and lead required
• See photo for connection type
• Wi-fi (additional charge)
• Bus stop 5 min walk from the campsite
Coed-Y-Llwyn Caravan Club Site
Coed-Y-Llwyn Caravan Club Site in Blaenau Ffestiniog is located in the stunning surroundings of Snowdonia National Park and has been developed as a family-oriented park, a place for both relaxation and activity.
The Coed-Y-Llwyn site is an ideal base for climbers, for the water sports at Lake Bala and for the safe, sandy Lleyn Peninsula beaches.
Cyclists will enjoy traffic free routes or the beautiful Mawddach Trail. The site is situated in Gelliydan so a ride on its narrow-gauge railway is a must.
Coed-Y-Llwyn offers visitors:
• Baby changing facilities
• BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
• Disabled facilities including a shower room
• Dishwashing área
• Dog walk on site
• Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
• Electric hook-up
• Family washroom
• Laundry facilities
• Motorhome service point
• Showers and toilet block
• Wi-Fi rating: Gold
Searivers Caravan Park
Searivers Caravan Park is located in the seaside village of Aberdovey (Aberdyfi), in the beautiful surroundings of the Ynyslas Nature Reserve. There are shops, restaurants and a Snowdonia National Park Information Centre in the village which has spectacular views of the bay. The sandy beaches are a haven for water sports enthusiasts or for a relaxing day out. Searivers facilities include:
- Launderette, washers, dryers, ironing
- The Boardwalk Bistro & Shop
- Children’s Play Areas
- Dogs welcome (but on a lead at all times)
- Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
- Scenic walks
- Disabled Access
- Family park
- Towel Hire
- Lending Library (DVD’s, Books Games)
Hafan y Mor Holiday Park
Hafan y Mor Holiday Park, Pwlheli, with its fabulous beaches, wealth of attractions and Snowdonia National Park on the doorstep, is an idyllic holiday park for families and holidaymakers.
Situated on the Llyn Peninsula, the Park offers a host of facilities including:
- 75 pitches located in flat surroundings
- Euro pitch with an awning and car parking
- Heated shower block, a dishwashing area
- Shower for people with disabilities
- Great entertainment schedule
- Large indoor pool with slides
- Shops and eateries in the park
Hendre Mynach Touring Caravan & Camping Park
This park is award- winning set between the mountains and the sea.
It’s a 20-minute walk along the promenade to Barmouth, on the stunning Mawddach Estuary.
Just 100m from Hendre Mynach, Barmouth’s blue-flag sandy beach is perfect for the children to play and paddle, while parents sunbathe and swim.
Sea-fishing is very popular from the shore and boat trips are available from Barmouth harbour for fishing off-shore.
The Snowdonia National Park is right on the doorstep of the holiday park, with the foothills of Cadair Idris just 10 miles away by car.
Five-star Hendre Mynach is ideal for both couples and families:
- Two shower blocks and disabled facilities
- Hard and grass standings and electric hook ups
- Children’s play area
- On site shop & launderette.
- 3 static caravans and 3 pods
- Glamping: a luxurious house which sleeps 8
Coed Helen Caravan Park
Coed Helen Caravan Park is situated on the Menai Straits in the picturesque town of Caernarfon in a spectacular location with views across the Menai Strait towards Anglesey to one side, and snow-capped Snowdonia mountains to the other.
Known as the premier holiday park in the area, Coed Helen is a short walk from the town centre and Caernarfon castle.
On the doorstep of Snowdonia National Park, some of the leading tourist attractions such as Surf Snowdonia, Zip World, and Mount Snowdon – are within easy reach.
Coed Helen’s touring field is the perfect place to securely park your caravan for the season and remove the stress of towing and travel:
- Fully serviced hard standing pitches
- Conveniently located
- Outdoor heated pool
- Molly’s bar and restaurant
- Gym and children’s play area
- Glamping pods
- Wi-Fi available across the park.
- New toilet and shower pods
Whether you’re looking for an energetic, active holiday, climbing or hill-walking, or a relaxing one, strolling in beautiful countryside or days out on the beach, there’s a well-kept holiday park waiting for you in Snowdonia.
The National Park simply has to be on your bucket list as one of the most outstandingly beautiful parts of the UK