Person fishing trout in North Wales

The Fishing Spots of North Wales

North Wales is undoubtedly one of the most scenic areas within the UK. As you drive to our North Wales caravan parks, expect rolling hills of green, luscious forests and even some dramatic seaside landscapes. While many who visit our caravan parks will opt for an adrenaline rush through the vast array of outdoor activities…

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Person climbing in North Wales

Best Climbing Spots in North Wales

North Wales boasts a plethora of incredible climbing spots for all abilities –  from novices to experts – and is known as a world-class venue for scrambling, mountaineering and rock climbing. This is mostly down to its vast quantity and quality of rock faces, sea cliffs and caves. The views from these spots are unparalleled…

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Stunning Wild Swimming Spots to Jump Into in North Wales

Take a dip in one of the Wale’s most beautiful natural swimming spots on your family holiday to the region, staying at one of our caravans for sale, North Wales. The caravans are in great locations, close by to several popular attractions in the area. With summer fast approaching and temperatures rising, there is nothing better…

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Fallen leaves on the ground in North Wales

Five Reasons to Take an Autumn Staycation to North Wales

Autumn has officially arrived, but that doesn’t mean that the time for holidays is over, as you can still enjoy an exciting staycation to North Wales in the coming months. As the trees start to change colour, the summer crowds begin to leave and the area settles into a blissful calm. If you still need…

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sunset in North Wales

4 of the Best Places to Watch the Sunset in North Wales

The beauty of North Wales shines bright throughout the summer days, and continues through to the night as the sun begins to set and the stars come out to light the midnight sky. There is something quite special about summer sunsets in particular that adds an extra element of magic to the evening, so we’ve…

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Top 6 Winter Walks in North Wales

North Wales is home to one of the most stunning National Parks and highest mountains in the UK. The views enjoyed from Snowdonia’s many peaks stretch as far as Ireland and southern Scotland, though you may need binoculars to help you! There is something magical about walking up the mountains and alongside the lakes of…

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