Fun filled activities near our north Wales caravan parks

 North Wales has an unlimited amount of fun filled activities and attractions for people of all ages near our north Wales caravan parks, from adrenaline fuelled fun to blissful countryside walks. The North Wales region has just been voted the 4th best region in the world and here at Lyons that comes as no surprise, we know first-hand the abundant amount of things to do, the delicious food and stunning natural scenery that makes North Wales such a special place. We thought we’d give you a bit of local insight too, if you’re visiting us for a holiday or thinking of purchasing a static caravan for a more permanent holiday spot have a read below for some of the best things to do in the area no matter your age! Anglesey Sea ZooFor those wanting to get up close to a variety of aquatic life then head to Wales largest marine life centre where you can see species native to Great Britain, as well as more tropical varieties. A great place to head when the weather is not at its best! Surf SnowdoniaIf you’ve never tried the adrenaline fuelled sport of surfing then this is best place to learn! A mechanical wave is pushed along a lake making for the perfect platform for beginners with the added safety of lifeguards and highly trained instructors. Set in jaw dropping surroundings, this attraction is a must! Pili PalasAnother great place to head for animal and nature lovers. Home to an incredible butterfly house full of vibrant vegetation and plant life that boasts beautiful waterfalls as well. There are also plenty of creepy crawlies for the brave among you, as well as hands-on sessions with reptiles and animals! Bodnant GardensGet swept up in the beautiful Bodnant Gardens, considered to be one of the best in the UK, which is a sprawling 80-acre estate situated above the River Conwy. On your visit take in the breath-taking views of the Snowdonia mountain range. Tree Top AdventureIf high energy adrenaline fuelled fun is your perfect holiday activity then this is the place to head! It involves being amongst the tree tops and navigating your way through a series of obstacles such as balance beams and zip lines. Other articles you may also want to read:Here’s where to watch Bonfire Night firework displays in north WalesBeautiful display at Caernarfon Castle

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