Touring & Camping
Camping in North Wales is making a comeback this year - here’s why!
According to our holiday booking experts here at Lyons Holiday Parks, camping in North Wales is on the rise again this year – and is looking likely to be the next ‘hottest’ trend for a third season running.
The UK tourism and travel market changed drastically following the pandemic, with campsites across the UK seeing a huge surge in camping, touring, and motorhome bookings. Last year, a record-breaking number of happy campers visited Lyons St Mary’s Touring Park in Gronant.
But what exactly are the reasons behind swapping all-inclusive hotel breaks for air beds and gas cookers…?
For touring enquiries, please telephone our parks directly
Our touring locations
Make the most out of your stay
Frequently asked questions
Electric hook-up is available at all three of our touring parks for £5 extra per night. Please notify our administration team when you call to book if you would like to camp with electric hook up.
Lyons Pendyffryn Hall is nestled in the foothills of Penmaenmawr, within Snowdonia National Park. You can find us here by following the A55 North towards Anglesey, and turn off at Junction 16A. Address: Glan-Yr-Afon Rd, Dwygyfylchi, Penmaenmawr LL34 6UF
Lyons St Mary's Touring Park lies on the gateway to North Wales' finest tourist hotspots, Prestatyn. Take the North Wales expressway and follow the A540 road to Gronant.
Lyons Manor House Park in Cumbria can be found by following directions for Aspatria, or by following the A595 from Carlisle.
Lyons Holiday Parks has something for all the family - including your four-legged friends! All of our parks are pet-friendly and we have selected pet-friendly areas on most parks.
Each of our touring parks boasts a reception area, children's play area (*outdoor gym at Lyons Pendyffryn Hall), and a toilet block with showers.
The North Wales coast is a must-visit for anyone who's craving the delights of a traditional seaside holiday.
The popular market town of Towyn boasts its very own funfair and horse racing track, and the towns of Prestatyn and Rhyl offer miles of award-winning beaches, plenty of fun activities for the kids, as well as some lovely bars, restaurants and cafes to cater to all the family.
The towns of Ruthin and St Asaph are steeped in history and culture, with plenty to do and see come rain or shine.
Snowdonia National Park is no more than a thirty-minute drive from the area, where you'll find unbeatable views, walking routes to suit all abilities, and some quaint much-loved Welsh hamlets and villages.
Lyons Manor House Park is situated in the picturesque farming village of Edderside, with stunning views of the Solway Firth to one side and panoramic views of the Northern Fells to the other. There's plenty to do in the local area, from maritime museums, water sport activities on the nearby lakes, as well as plenty of country pubs, cosy cafes and even upmarket restaurants to feed your soul.
We currently offer 3-nights stays (Friday-Monday): 4-night stays (Monday-Friday) and 7 or 14 stays (Saturday-Saturday.)
At Lyons Holiday Parks, we're all about creating the perfect space for you to enjoy family moments, adding little extras to make your stay even more enjoyable and simple!
Every plot across all Lyons parks comes with a minimum of 1 (and often 2) parking spaces, and ample parking can usually be found near the park's reception area.
WiFi is available at Lyons Pendyffryn Hall clubhouse, where you can browse on your device while enjoying a drink from our fabulous panoramic terrace.
Lyons Manor House also offers WiFi in the bar and reception area, with seating options available inside and out.