Static Caravans For Sale On Small Sites In Wales

A guide to static caravans for sale on small sites in Wales over image of Tenby in Wales

There has been a rise in demand for static caravans on small sites, and Wales is the perfect place to look for one!

With gorgeous beaches, mountains, valleys, historic castles and bustling towns, there is much to enjoy on holiday in Wales.

If you are looking for a quieter location for your holiday home, we’ve rounded up our favourite small sites in Wales with static caravans for sale.

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1. Haven Penally Court

Close to the gorgeous stretch of Blue Flag sand at the Tenby, South Wales harbour town, Penally Court is a smaller, secluded, peaceful park, perfect for a relaxing holiday.

Penally Court holiday park by Haven Holidays with 4 people walking through the park area with a static caravan in the background
Penally Court Haven


At Penally Court, owners have the best of both worlds with the use of all the Haven fun and activities at Kiln Park, less than a mile down the road. There’s a shuttle service too.

Haven Kiln Park
Nearby Kiln Park

Penally Court enjoys a lovely, landscaped location close to the beach, with woodland walks and stunning views, and is ideal for exploring the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.

A wide range of caravans and lodges are sited on flat, landscaped grounds, and owners have a heated pool on the park.

Penally Court Highlights

  • Owner’s only park
  • Exclusive Privilege Card Discounts
  • Heated outdoor pool

Kiln Park Highlights

  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor play area
  • Entertainment
  • Sports field
  • Food outlets (Papa Johns, Cook’s Fish and Chips, Millie’s Cookies)


2. Cardigan View, Haven

Cardigan View is next to Black Rock Sand’s long Blue Flag beach. The foothills of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales are a stunning backdrop with breathtaking coastal walks, water sports, rock climbing and various outdoor pursuits on offer.


Close to the harbour town of Porthmadog, Cardigan View is surrounded by gorgeous scenery, an idyllic location for your holiday retreat. This is a quiet, owners-only park, where owners have full use of all the facilities at the lively sister park, Greenacres. Various static caravans and lodges in multiple sizes are available to suit your budget and holiday dreams.

Cardigan View Highlights

  • Owners only park
  • Owners’ day trips to local attractions
  • Wine club
  • Sauna and gym
  • Summer ball
  • Live acts, quiz nights
  • Blue flag beach
  • Dogs welcome

Greenacres Highlights

  • Outdoor play area
  • Activities: bungee trampolines, archery, junior Segways, treasure trail, bug hunt
  • Entertainment
  • Food & drink venues


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3. Barmouth Bay Holiday Park – Away Resorts

Barmouth Bay, Away Resorts
Barmouth Bay (Photo Credit: Away Resorts)

This award-winning holiday park is uniquely positioned in an area of outstanding natural beauty, between the mountains of Snowdonia and the sea, with a fabulous sandy beach on the doorstep.

It is a beautiful location on the west coast of Wales, perfect for exploring North Wales and for outdoor activities, cycling, climbing, and hiking. Close to the seaside town of Barmouth, for cafes, restaurants, pubs, and shops.

Barmouth Bay Holiday Park believes in a friendly, home-from-home approach to ownership, offering accessible, affordable ownership deals to help you find your dream caravan or lodge.

The park has direct access to the beach and a host of facilities.

Barmouth Bay Highlights

  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Adventure playground
  • Multi-sports court
  • Bike hire

4. Penlan Holiday Park

Penlan Holiday Park is a family-run holiday park set in relaxing wood and parkland in the heart of the Teifi Valley, Carmarthenshire.

Close to the delightful, historic market town of Newcastle Emlyn, Penlan Holiday Park is a short drive to the spectacular, unspoilt sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay, on one of the most beautiful peninsulas in Wales.

There are beautiful forest walks, coastal pathways, dolphin spotting, and many fantastic family outings to enjoy.

There is an abundance of wildlife to see on the Cenarth Forest Nature trail. The picturesque Falls at Cenarth are less than a mile away.

Choose from a range of 2–3-bedroom lodges, Norwegian log cabins, and static caravans for your ideal holiday retreat, and be involved in the layout and design to suit you.

Penlan Highlights

  • Heated outdoor pool, sunbathing area
  • Children’s play area
  • Family lounge bar, entertainment
  • Video cinema
  • Crazy golf
  • Coffee shop
  • Launderette
  • Open March 1-December 31

5. The Village Holiday Park

The Village Holiday Park is a tranquil, family-owned park situated a couple of miles from the charming seaside town and beaches of New Quay on the Cardigan Bay Coast.

Beautifully set in lovingly landscaped grounds, this is an ideal base for exploring the caves and castles and taking in the stunning views of the Ceredigion coast.

The Village is a family-oriented park with a friendly owner’s community. A holiday home at Village Holiday Park lets you enjoy the best of both worlds: a peaceful retreat with free access to all the fun activities at the lively sister park Ocean Heights next door.

Village Park Highlights

  • Outdoor heated pool
  • Children’s play area
  • Ocean Heights
  • Country club
  • Indoor and outdoor heated pools
  • Restaurants
  • Outdoor sports court
  • Sunday carvery, BBQ area
  • Amusements, entertainment

6. Ty Gwyn Park

Ty Gwyn Park is a pretty, quiet, family-run park close to the seaside town of Towyn and the unspoilt sandy beaches at Abergele and Pensarn, North Wales.

Set in a relaxing, grassy parkland with lots of peaceful green space, wildflowers, and trees, this is a terrific location to get away from it all, take in sea views and explore historical attractions.

Ty Gwyn is a perfect base for exploring North Wales, within easy reach of Llandudno, Conwy, and Snowdonia.

A range of top-quality new and pre-owned static caravans are available.

Ty Gwyn Park Highlights

  • Seafront access
  • Peacock Lounge restaurant and bar
  • Fishing
  • Dogs welcome
  • Direct access to the seafront
  • Coastal cycle path
  • Abergele golf course nearby

7. Caeran Caravan Park

Generations of holidaymakers have enjoyed happy family holidays at this popular, long-established North Wales Park. Set in tranquil woodlands in a beautiful valley woodlands location on the scenic banks of the Elwyn river, award-winning Caeran is a small, family-run park.

Caeran Caravan Park is a peaceful, secluded retreat. The exclusive park offers spacious 10 and 12-ft plots and is one of the most relaxing escape parks in North Wales.

Ideal for families who enjoy outdoor activities, Caeran Caravan Park is a terrific location for long country walks, cycling, horse-riding and Fishing, and a short drive to the beaches and coastal seaside resorts.

Spectacular Snowdonia and Anglesey are also an hour away.

A range of affordable new and pre-owned static caravans is available at competitive prices, with a 3-month warranty.

Caeran Caravan Park Highlights

  • ‘The Mill’ lounge and bar, entertainment, bingo, quiz nights, karaoke
  • Local country walks
  • Private river access, free Fishing (fishing licence applicable)
  • Bowling green
  • Picnic area
  • Children’s play park, sand pit, indoor games room
  • Widescreen TV
  • Outdoor patio area
  • Metred gas and electricity
  • Open March 1- October 31
  • Dog friendly

8. Little Paddock

Just minutes from the sandy beach at Kimmel, Little Paddock is set on 3 acres of level, landscaped grounds between the lively seaside resorts of Rhyl and Towyn on the glorious North Wales coast. There are stunning views across the Vale of Clwyd, the Hiraethog mountains and Snowdonia.

Little Paddock is a smaller, sheltered, family-owned park on sheltered level ground, a delightful holiday escape. Walking, golf, sailing, cycling, exploring historic castles and sliding down a zip wire are all activities to enjoy in the local area.

All the holiday homes at family-friendly Little Paddock are privately owned, with no subletting. There’s a selection of new and previously owned static caravans available to buy on this quiet, relaxing site.

Little Paddock Highlights

  • Children’s play area
  • Dog friendly
  • Close to all the seaside fun and shopping at Rhyl
  • 30 minutes to Llandudno’s Victorian pier and trams
  • Nearby: cycle hire, Fishing, golf, horse-riding, sailing, tennis, watersports

9. Sirior Bach

Sirior Bach in the charming market town of Abergele in North Wales is a beautifully landscaped, luxury static caravan park in a countryside location.

Stunning views, scenic walks in the country or along the Wales Coastal Path, and Abergele, Rhyl and Colwyn Bay beaches are within easy reach.

Sirior Bach is set on 19 acres of the peaceful countryside; all the caravans and lodges enjoy home comforts and spacious gardens.

There is a wide choice of deluxe new and pre-used static caravans and boutique lodges available,

10. Treetops Caravan Park

Recognised as one of the top Caravan Parks in North Wales, award-winning Treetops Caravan Park is a relaxing, family-friendly park set among tranquil woodlands high on a hillside in Flintshire, northeast Wales.

The owners take pride in maintaining this beautiful 5-star park which regularly wins Wales in Bloom Award for Best Caravan Park. Tree Tops also holds the David Bellamy Gold 5-Year award and is home to a variety of wildlife and distinct species of birds.

Delightful floral displays, stunning location and breathtaking views make 5-star Tree Tops a perfect holiday escape.

There’s a full-time team available 24 hours to ensure your comfort.

A selection of new and pre-owned static caravans and luxury lodges are available at competitive prices.

Treetops Caravan Park Highlights

  • Children’s play area
  • Outdoor gym
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Coastal walks
  • Launderette
  • Dogs welcome

Why Buy A Static Caravan In Wales?

There are endless advantages to investing in your own holiday home in Wales.

You can pack a bag and take off on holiday or for a short break whenever you feel like it, without the hassle of booking, packing everything and heading off into the unknown.

Besides the initial outlay, there will be site fees, utility bills and general maintenance. However, buying a static caravan is more affordable than you might think, with the opportunity to recoup some costs by renting out your holiday home.

Nowadays, caravans and lodges are expertly designed, spacious, fully furnished, and comfortable, with lots of storage space. And there is plenty of variety to suit your tastes and budget.

If you would like to discuss buying a static caravan on a small site in Wales, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Caravan Sleeps.

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