White Tower Caravan Park is a beautiful, five-star holiday park found in north Wales, close to the town of Caernarfon, near the Snowdonia National Park.
The park is open from March 1st to November 30th, welcoming guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Static caravans and a holiday cottage are also available for hire at White Tower, while seasonal pitches are available at the park for guests looking to return throughout the season. In addition, there is winter storage on site for guests planning to purchase a seasonal pitch for the following year. A small number of owned caravans are also the park – the season for owners is an extended one, running until January 10th.
Hardstanding pitches are available, Super pitches with water hook-ups in addition to electricity are also available – a select number of pitches also have waste water hook-ups.
Facilities on the site include an outdoor heated swimming pool, a games room, a television room and a children’s play area, while Wi-Fi is provided, too. There is also a club house on the site with exciting live entertainment provided every Saturday night throughout the main March to November season.
Guests often travel to White Tower Caravan Park because they love the outdoors, and anyone new to the park will find miles of the very best rugged and unspoiled Welsh countryside.
Camping and caravan holidays in Wales give much for the whole family to enjoy. This campsite in Gwynedd is just west of the Snowdonia National Park. Head here to drink in the astounding landscape of the region. And there are so many things to do, from countryside and woodland walking or cycling, to pony trekking, climbing, fishing, golf, kayaking, canoeing, rafting and abseiling. The views of the surrounding area from Snowdonia’s hills are unrivalled in Wales, while Mount Snowdon is a challenge all tourists ought to take on during a stay in the area. Or if you don't fancy the climb, take the train and still enjoy the wonderful views from the top.
Half an hour's drive from White Tower Caravan Park is the university city of Bangor – and it allegedly has the longest high street in Wales. You can also visit Garth Pier, the second longest pier in Wales. From Bangor it's easy to cross the Menai Strait to the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn).
Fancy a day beside the seaside? The beach at Dinas Dinlle is very popular and is just two and a half miles from this campsite. This beach is easy to access and on a day when the weather is fine, you can see along the Llŷn Peninsula and over to Llanddwyn Island on Anglesey. This is a Blue Flag beach and it has a shop as well as a cafe, which serves food made using locally sourced produce. It's great for a family day out or if you want to go surfing.
Visit Wales on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays and stay at White Tower Caravan Park, to explore the coastline and the wonders of the Snowdonia National Park.