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Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park

Caernarfon, Gwynedd

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Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park is a charming three-star holiday park on the north west coast of Wales. The campsite is open from the middle of March until the beginning of November every year.

Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park has 35 pitches for touring caravans and motorhomes, with five hard standing pitches available. These pitches are set in a picturesque terraced area, and most of them benefit from electric hook up. In addition, there are 24 pitches for tents available on both sides of the stream that runs through the park, while there are nine separate pitches available for backpackers and cyclists looking to stay overnight before heading on elsewhere.

Facilities available on-site include toilets, showers, laundrette, and washing up area. There is also a designated barbecue area for you if you enjoy cooking outdoors during the summer. There is a children’s play area at the park, ideal for all parents of little ones who need to run off energy reserves before bedtime.

Tourist information is available from reception, perfect for guests planning to use their stay at Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park to tour the beautiful north west Wales region. Calor Gas and Camping Gaz is stocked by the park, and you can buy refills from reception.

When you need to stock up on holiday essentials and groceries you will find a small supermarket and off-licence a short walk from the site. If you want to shop somewhere larger, you can drive to Morrisons and Tesco supermarkets within 10 minutes of the park.

Best of all, from Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park, it is just a short walk into Caenarfon town centre, where there is a large selection of shops as well as leisure and entertainment facilities, including a cinema, theatre, and several pubs and restaurants, with independent eateries as well as popular chain outlets and takeaways available.

Visit the mighty Caernarfon Castle, an enormous fortress overlooking the water, designed in the style of Constantinople in the glory days of the Roman Empire. This is where Prince Charles had his investiture as The Prince of Wales in 1969, and it was the birthplace of King Edward II, the very first English Prince of Wales, born in 1284. The castle is open all year round, except the week of Christmas and New Year.

Also a short distance from the park, you can spend an energetic day at Arfon Leisure Centre, where you can enjoy a wide range of activities, including swimming, football, squash, tennis, and a gym. The leisure centre also has a great range of food and refreshments on sale, ideal for restoring your energy levels after all that exercise.

While there is plenty to do in town, this part of Wales is better known for its amazing range of outdoor activities on offer. The beaches in and around Caenarfon are beautiful (, while some exceptional riverside walks through the Cwn Cadnanr Valley can also be enjoyed directly from the park.

Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park is just a stone’s throw away from the edge of Snowdonia National Park, which offers miles of trails for walking and cycling. Although the terrain is largely mountainous, guests looking for a less challenging experience in the area will find plenty of flat countryside to enjoy.

You don't have to be super fit to get fantastic mountain views in North Wales, because you can always head up Snowdon, the tallest mountain in Wales, by train, when the Snowdon Mountain Railway is running.

For more ideas and things to do in North Wales, see the Practical Caravan Travel Guide to Caravan Holidays in North Wales (

A short drive takes you across the Menai Straits to the Isle of Anglesey, and from there you can drive north to Holyhead and take a ferry across the Irish Sea to Dublin. Those preferring to stay in Wales can easily access the north Wales coast road and all the great towns along this route.

If you're looking for good campsites near Caernarfon, put Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan Park at the top of your list!

Open from:
14th March to 3rd November (approx.)

Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

For Electric hookups, please refer to "Caravan or Motorhome" rates. Guide price is for two adults. For other rates please refer to our own webpages at

Tent pitches have a larger range due to larger tents being charged for two pitches to ensure your safety under fire regulations. Any queries, feel free to contact the park direct.

35 Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, 24 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis, Internet Access, Leisure Centre

The Caernarfon area offers something for everybody; beautiful scenery, an abundance of history and culture, unspoilt beaches, sporting facilities, walking, mountains, fishing pony trekking - in fact the perfect base for touring in all directions.

Tourist attractions include:

Yr Hwylfan
Royal Welch Fusilliers Museum
Air Museum
The Castle

Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park (www)

Llanberis Road
Gwynedd, Wales
United Kingdom
LL55 2DF
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This is our new favourite site. We received a really warm welcome from the owners, who were helpful and friendly throughout our stay. The facilities were clean and it’s ideally located for access to the beautiful scenery of North Wales.
Cwm Cadnant Valley Caravan & Camping Park, Caernarfon, Wales