James Caravan Park is a beautiful campsite situated in seven acres of countryside, a short distance to the south of Wrexham and close to the England and Wales border. The park is open all throughout the year and has pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes, and tents. Electric hook-ups are available for a selected number of pitches, while gas refills are available for guests that need them. On-site camping facilities include toilet and shower blocks, washing up sinks, and chemical waste disposal.
There is a shop within a mile of the site, so you will be able to top up on your travel essentials, toiletries and groceries without driving anywhere.
The local village, Ruabon, has a number of great pubs that serve authentic home-made food and some lovely local ales to quench your thirst. The old church in Ruabon and Pen-Y-Lan Hall, a Regency gothic grade 2 listed building, are also worth checking out, although the architecture around the village in general is attractive.
There are miles of woodland and countryside close to James Caravan Park, offering plenty of opportunities for outdoor exploration and activities. Many campsite guests enjoy bringing their bicycles and heading out around the quiet country lanes and fields to discover the natural beauty of this area in the Welsh borders.
There are several wonderful attractions in Wrexham for holidaymakers to enjoy. While there are plenty of restaurants and shops to enjoy in the town, the 'must-see' places to visit include Wrexham Cathedral, St Giles’ Church, the Pontcycyllte Aqueduct and Bellevue Park. Visit the lot during your motorhome or caravan holidays in the Welsh Borders to ensure you get to experience the outdoors as well as the brilliant architecture of the town.
Wrexham is also the host town of the Wales Comic Con event and the Erddig Hall National Trust Property. Shoppers who want a quaint old-fashioned experience should check out the indoor markets that run across the town.
For more places to visit in Wrexham, how about Acton Lake? This is another popular tourist attraction, offering wide open spaces that are perfect for family fun and picnics, as well as a lake itself, with a chance to spot diverse wildlife. Acton Lake also has a bowling green, tennis courts, and a children’s play area.
Wrexham is also known for being a thriving cultural destination. There are a number of theatres showing productions from local theatre groups as well as well-known shows. The town also boasts a lively music scene with several music venues playing both up-and-coming artists as well as globally popular bands.
If you don’t mind travelling a little further you can visit the popular town of Chester to the north. If you don't fancy driving, just take the train from Wrexham. For a great day out, use James Caravan Park as your base and explore the North Wales coast, which has a number of seaside towns and great beaches along with wonderful golf courses and open parkland.
If you have a spirit of adventure and reasonable fitness levels, why not drive from Wrexham right into the heart of Wales and discover the natural beauty of Snowdonia National Park? Climbing Mount Snowdon is the most popular pursuit in the park but you can always take the train up, or walk up the surrounding Welsh mountains. North Wales offers many opportunities to discover diverse wildlife as well as enjoy a range of outdoor activities, from the relaxing, such as fishing and canoeing, to the intense, such as mountain biking and climbing.
James Caravan Park makes a great destination for anyone looking to enjoy wonderful motorhome or caravan holidays near Wrexham. Staying here gives you great access to a wide range of brilliant places and tourist attractions in the Welsh Borders, mid-Wales and North Wales.
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