Campsites in Wales 2024 from £1/nt | (2024)

644 bookable campsites in Wales

  • Favourite 9.4 Pencarnan Farm Caravan and Camping Site Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales Family-run site situated on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path Direct access to Porthsele beach; a mile from Whitesands Farm shop, coffee hut, bar and pizzas available in high season
  • Favourite 9.5 Pen Y Bont Touring and Camping Park Bala, Gwynedd, Wales Family-owned Snowdonia site near the shore of Bala Lake A short walk to watersports, boat hire and Bala Lake Railway Within walking distance of Bala’s shops, restaurants and golf course
  • Favourite 9.6 Morfa Bychan Holiday Park Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales Clifftop site with stunning sea views out towards Cardigan Bay Under 15 minutes' drive from Aberystwyth Outdoor heated pool, playground and games lounge
  • Favourite 9.2 Bryn Gloch Caravan and Camping Park Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales Peaceful dog-friendly site with views of Eryri (Snowdonia) On the banks of the river Gwyrfai; a 10 minute-drive from Caernarfon Walking routes directly from the site; playground and games room
  • Favourite 9 Tyddyn Goronwy Camping Park Tal Y Bont, Gwynedd, Wales Family site two miles from Barmouth Sea views on site; short walk from Talybont station Access to facilities of sister site including swimming pool
  • Favourite 9.1 Park Farm Holiday Park Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales Half a mile from award-winning Manorbier beach 10 beaches within 10 miles of the site Five miles from Tenby and close to Oakwood, Folly Farm and Heatherton
  • New Favourite 9.7 Cae Du Campsite Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales Friendly Eryri/Snowdonia site on the banks of the River Glaslyn Yr Wyddfa/Snowdon Watkin Path five minutes' drive away Beddgelert's cafés, pubs and railway station less than a mile away
  • Favourite 9.6 Tyn Yr Onnen Farm Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales Family-run farm on the edge of Snowdonia National Park Donkeys, llamas, chickens and more to see on site Well-known walking country with hundreds of acres direct from the farm
  • Favourite 8 Dinarth Hall Caravan and Camping Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Wales Dog-friendly site on a working farm in Rhos on Sea A 25-minute walk from the beach and a 10-minute drive from Llandudno Surrounded by country walks and a short walk from pubs and a shop
  • Favourite 8.7 Penally Court Farm Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales Clifftop site a three-minute walk to the pub and 10 mins to the beach 10 minutes’ drive to Tenby for its castle, harbour and boat trips 10 minutes from Heatherton and 30 from Oakwood
  • Favourite 9.1 Bron-Y-Wendon Holiday Park Colwyn Bay, Conwy, Wales Coastal site in Llanddulas, just off the A55 North Wales Expressway A 15-minute drive from Llandudno and 25 minutes from Snowdonia Stunning views; a five-minute walk from Wales Coast Path and beaches
  • Favourite 8 Ty Mawr Holiday Park Abergele, Conwy, Wales Busy family park within easy reach of Colwyn Bay and Rhyl Close to the beach at Abergele Pool, playground, bar, restaurant and takeaway
  • Favourite 9.6 Barcdy Touring Caravan and Camping Park Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales Family-run park between the mountains and the sea In Snowdonia National Park, five miles from Harlech Pitches over 12 acres, with 28 acres of woodland and fields to wander
  • Favourite 9.2 Hendre Hall Holiday Park Llwyngwril, Gwynedd, Wales Family holiday park in the grounds of an 18th-century listed building Aberdyfi 20 minutes' drive; half an hour from Barmouth Play area and laundry facilities; pub and station five minutes' walk
  • Favourite 9.3 Dare Valley Country Park Aberdare, Glamorgan, Wales A scenic 500-acre site on an old colliery at the Brecon Beacons’ edge A five-minute drive to Aberdare and 15 minutes to Penderyn Distillery Playgrounds and cafeteria on site; walk to a family bike park
  • Favourite 9 Torrent Walk Campsite and Bunkhouse Dolgellau, Gwynedd, Wales Popular place for hikers, bikers and Mach Loop viewers Surrounded by woodland and farmland, 35 mins' drive from Zip World Easy access to the Torrent Walk and Coed-y-Brenin mountain bike centre
  • Favourite 9.1 Ynysymaengwyn Caravan and Camping Park Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales Well-maintained family site just over a mile from Tywyn In the Snowdonia National Park half an hour's drive from Dolgellau Access to woodland walks and fishing on the Dysynni river
  • Favourite 9.3 Greenways of Gower Premier Leisure Park Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales Spectacular setting for the Gower Peninsula, overlooking Oxwich Bay Refurbished eco-friendly shower block with underfloor heating Large adventure playground
  • Favourite 9.8 Woodlands Caravan Park Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales Excellently-kept village site 12 miles from Aberystwyth A few minutes' walk from Devils Bridge Falls In a walking, birdwatching and wildlife haven
  • Favourite 9.6 Llys-y-frân Lakeview Campsite Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales Family-friendly site with views over Llys-y-frân Reservoir A half-hour drive to Broad Haven and 40 minutes to Tenby Café and shop; watersports, bike hire, fishing and woodland walks

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Why visit Wales?

Active adventures

Wales is a place that takes the outdoors seriously – about 20% of its land is protected by national park status, and there are many ways in which you can explore its scenery. Walking trails, cycle routes, canoe hire and horse riding outings are plentiful around Wales, as are more challenging options for daredevils, like gorge scrambling and downhill mountain bike trails.

Stunning coastline

Wales was the first country to establish a walking trail all the way around its 870 miles of coast – that’s how much this country loves its coastline. Even short stretches offer up spectacular views, or you could simply head straight to one of the hotspots likePembrokeshireorLlandudnoto paddle from sandy beaches and explore hidden coves.

Heaps of history

Famously, Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country in the world, so it’s easy to get a sense of its history as you travel around. From the fossil-strewn beaches of the Vale of Glamorgan up to the imposing castles of Caernarfon and Harlech, you’re never far from somewhere that you can step back in time around Wales.

Essential things to do in Wales

  • Climb a mountain – both Snowdon in the north and Pen y Fan in the south are accessible for first-timers

  • Spend the day at Barafundle Bay, a Pembrokeshire beach that often features on lists of the world’s best

  • Explore the colourful Italian-style seaside village of Portmeirion

  • Hire canoes and paddle down the river Wye from Monmouth

  • Join a sea safari from New Quay to see if you can spot Britain’s biggest resident pod of dolphins

  • Experience a thrilling ride on the fastest zipline in the world at Zip World Penrhyn Quarry

Unexplored Wales

Crowd-free walks

Popular spots like Snowdon can get very busy at peak times, but there are many alternatives around when it comes to places to go for a walk. Take a look instead at areas like the Clwydian Range or Teifi Valley for trails that are just as pretty but much less visited.

Ancient trees

VisitBorthbeach at low tide and you’ll find yourself wandering among the remains of a petrified forest that’s said to be several thousand years old. The three miles of sand at this Ceredigion beach make it a great place to visit at any time, but it’s worth trying to time your trip to see this incredible phenomenon.

Colourful trails

Anglesey’s remote location makes it a good place to find quieter stretches of coastline, and it’s also home to some quite spectacularly colourful walks through the abandoned copper mine at Parys Mountain – any snaps you take along the way will have an amazing background of all sorts of shades of reds, purples, yellows and pinks.

Here’s how

Camping in Wales is a fantastic way to continue enjoying all that fresh air and scenery from dawn to dusk, whether you choose to pitch close to thebeachor perhaps choose afarm sitewhere you can wake to uninterrupted rural views.

You can also choose your Wales campsite with specific requests by using our filters to narrow down your choices – perhaps you’d like somewhere with aplay areafor the kids, or where you can do somefishingon site? Alternatively, have a look through some of our popular collections using the links below.

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