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  • Centrally located to visit any attraction in South and West Wales
  • Heated facilities
  • Adults-only and dog-friendly
from £25.00 per night
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from £12.00 per night
  • The campsite is perfectly positioned for walking or hiking
  • 10 minute walk to 2 miles of golden sands, accessible only on foot
  • Facilities including a takeaway café and shop,
  • Unique Accommodation in North Wales
  • Quality Camping and Glamping Options
  • Located By Snowdonia National Park

Dolbryn Campsite

Carmarthenshire, Wales Show on map

  • Located in the Heart of the Teifi Valley
  • Family Run & Family Friendly Campsite
  • Camping & Glamping with Fantastic Facilities
  • Award Winning Family-Friendly Campsite
  • Located on the Edge of the Snowdonia National Park
  • Easy Access to Mountains, Beaches and Lakes
from £55.00 per night
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from £36.00 per night

Llyn Rhys Campsite

Denbighshire, Wales Show on map

  • 8 electric hook ups in total, brand new toilets, showers and wash room
  • 2 flat fields and two large lawned areas
  • Ideal base for mountain bikers and walkers
from £22.00 per night
from £30.00 per night
  • Caravan and camping site on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast
  • A fantastic site shop and bakery, a children’s play area
  • Perfect destination for walkers, families and nature lovers
from £18.00 per night
from £26.00 per night
  • Four spacious fields with some outstanding views across Oxwich Bay
  • award-winning heated showerblock & children's adventure playground
  • Static caravan holiday homes for sale under private licence agreements
  • Set against a stunning backdrop of rolling countryside
  • Ideally located to explore St. David's Peninsula and Pembrokeshire
  • A short drive to the stunning Whitesands Bay
from £25.00 per night
  • Family-Run Caravan & Camping Park
  • Just 10 Minutes From Llanddulas Beach
  • Rolling Hills & Breath-Taking Views


With three national parks, hundreds of sandy beaches, rugged landscapes, ancient castles and a host of delightful towns, cities and villages, Wales is a fantastic camping destination. Easy to reach from most regions of England, Wales has its own identity, language, history and heritage. A camping staycation in Wales has all the allure of a foreign destination, but without the hassle and the price tag!

What to expect when camping in Wales

The coastline around Wales is particularly attractive for family camping holidays with dozens of Blue Flag sandy beaches that rarely feel crowded. Caravan parks and glamping sites offer breathtaking rural or sea views from your own private deck with hot tub, if you’re lucky! Well-appointed campsites offer flat sites for tents along with modern facilities and play areas for kids. Serviced pitches for caravans and campervans can be found throughout North Wales, West Wales and along the south coast of this beautiful country.

Further inland in Wales, campers and outdoor enthusiasts can explore the peaks and forests of Snowdonia or the challenging terrain of the Brecon Beacons National Park. You may prefer a camping break along the Pembrokeshire Coast, another national park brimming with unspoilt natural beauty, wildlife and outdoor adventures.

Historic castles

History buffs planning a weekend break or a longer stay in Wales will find history on the doorstep of their chosen campsite or caravan park. Caernarfon Castle is one of the most visited attractions in Wales, along with Cardiff Castle, Pembroke Castle, Harlech Castle and Conwy Castle.

Historic archaeological sites, national museums, heritage railways and National Trust houses preserve Welsh history along with the Big Pit National Coal Museum and UNESCO Ironworks at Blaenavon.

Wales - the natural choice for camping

The walled town of Tenby makes a great base for a glamping staycation in Wales. You can take a boat trip to Caldey island to see the working monastery and lighthouse on this unspoilt island.

Caravan parks and glamping accommodation near St David's put you within easy reach of the magnificent cathedral and shops in Britain’s smallest city. Walk the coast path and enjoy the pristine sandy beaches that this area is known for. Nature lovers will enjoy a trip to Skomer Island to see puffins while campers overlooking Cardigan Bay may spot seals and dolphins from their camping base. With so much to see and do, Wales camping, caravan and glamping holidays are hard to beat.

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