The park is situated just off the A479 road on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering the peace of the countryside with southerly outlook, giving panoramic views of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. For anglers there is approx 800 yards of trout fishing which is reserved for visitors.Open from:
Entertainment on the weekends
The Brecon area provides nearby facilities for walking, climbing, caving, pony trekking, hang gliding, boating, canoeing, gliding and mountain biking.
For the less energetic there are ancient monuments to visit, and places of historic interest as well as discover timeless villages tucked away within the hills and vales.
Based on 2 review(s)
Cardiff 03 Jul 2009
Don't know what jmsgas is on about! This site is a fabulous site!! The owners are a lovely family - they don't have any staff so it's really personal. I have been to the site loads of times and myself and my family have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves every single time! Yes there is only one toilet block, but it's big and has more than enough facilities for everyone on site! They are always kept as clean as possible - imagine keeping toilet blocks used by 100s of people clean on busy weekends when there are just 5 of you running the whole site!!!!! I think they do a fabulous job! The pool is great for the kids, and they are really child friendly at this site - always have some sort of entertainment on up the bar. I'm no the waiting list for a seasonal pitch!! Riverside International Caravan & Camping Park, Powys, Wales
04 May 2009
toilets dirty and need up dating my little one wouldn't use them as they were dirty showers not very warm, games room a dirty smelly sofa with an old games machine not what we expected won't be going back steep hill to get to the toilet as only 1 block for 100 tourers Riverside International Caravan & Camping Park