For many of us, the fondest memories we have of being a child are from when we are on holiday with our families or loved ones. Everybody is relaxed, there are no pressures from the normal day to day life, and we are usually doing something out of the norm. For many children, the anticipation is just as thrilling as the holiday; they may have been involved in helping to choose the location or packing their bags. The excitement of the journey there is also a common memory, all being crammed in the car with bags of stuff you probably won’t need that are piled as high as the windows, playing eye spy and listening to your favourite music. Going on holiday is more than enough reason to be excited, somewhere new to explore and learn. Adventures create memories, and North Wales is full of adventure. Why not look at the range of Wales caravans for sale? So, your family can continue making these memories in this stunning location? AdventureGetting out of your routine can be refreshing. Trying something new, or doing something daring will energise you and make you feel alive. Children are bond to discover and see things they have never seen before, making it even more interesting for them. Go and get lost in the woods, walk in streams, build forts on the beach or hire a bike and go for a ride. Let your children choose where to go or let them direct you from a map and go to explore the local area in North Wales.Adventure packed attractions in North Wales are plentiful. Take a day trip to the Welsh Mountain Zoo and get up close to some of the animals, watch them play, eat and learn about their natural habitats. Or have an action-packed day at Greenwood Forest Park, join in with the extensive program of events, from story-telling to den building or roller coasters to tree top climbing. OutdoorsMany kids are much easier to manage when they’re outdoors; there are much fewer accidents that can occur, there is no need to worry about spilling squash on the carpet or getting pen on the newly painted walls. They can run, jump, scream and shout as much as they like when they are in the great outdoors. The fresh air and all the energy they will use will have them happily exhausted, contempt with their day and relishing all the memories they have made on their North Wales holiday. The outdoors is a natural classroom, they have the chance to explore, discover and understand how things work. They can pick flowers, skim stones or collect their favourite twigs, the activities are extensive as their imagination. Being outdoors as a family is a great way to maintain your connection with one another, it slows your minds and allows you to spend more time enjoying the little things rather than rushing onto the next one.If you’re looking for a place where the children and you can let off some steam, Surf Snowdonia is the perfect place. The 300-metre surf lagoon will enthuse aspiring wave riders and experienced surfers alike. Or if the board is not their thing, have a go at the water assault course. WildlifeNorth Wales has an abundance of wildlife, become an explorer and see how many of the animals and sea life you can spot. With the stunning countryside and extensive coastline, you will not be disappointed. From dolphins, otters, kites and puffins there is a natural spectacle waiting to be enjoyed. Take a gentle boat ride and tour around the Puffin Island, taking in the breath-taking scenery and wonderful animals on display. HistoryFor children, it can be tricky to put their lifetime into perspective. When they think about dinosaurs or Vikings, it can be a struggle to understand when it all occurred. North Wales has a range of captivating sites that will teach and excite your children about the life of people who previously walked this world. The Steam Railway is a great way to mix the incredible scenery and take a dip into history. See Snowdonia National Park in style and be transported back in time on your journey.