Best Camping Sites in Snowdonia

Snowdownia is a camper’s paradise. It has so many visitors every year and there are many scenic destinations in this huge national park.

Gwern Gof Isaf Campsite

Gwern Gof Isaf Campsite

This is the most famous and best ranked campsites in the world. This is located in the National Trust Farm that is spread over 750 acres of land. The best recreation activities at this campground are fishing and light hiking.

Bodnant Caravan Park

Bodnant Caravan Park

This is a very good camping site as it is close to the small market town of Llanrwst. Therefore all basic amenities are within your reach. This park is popularly called the capital of Conwy Valley. Just relaxation and enjoying the tranquility of the pristine air is what people camping here do most.

Pen y bont

Pen y bont

Located near Bala Lake, this is a 4-star camping site and RV park. If you are looking at luxury in camping, then this is the best place to be in. Replete with water sports the campground is for those who look to combine adventure and pleasure.

Llyn Gwynant Campsite

Llyn Gwynant Campsite

Pegged as the most beautiful among all the campsites in Snowdonia, one can indulge in a range of activities like trekking, swimming and adventure sports. There are a number of walking trails in and around this campsite for those who want to enjoy a leisurely and slow paced camping vacation.

Barcdy Camping Park

Barcdy Camping Park

This camping site is a family run park that has space for all. From touring caravans to tents and permanent vacation caravans are available here. Each has their own distinct space and spread out to give priority to every occupant of the park. This makes the campground most sought after.

Tyn Cornel Camping Park

Tyn Cornel Camping Park

This campsite has the advantage of its proximity to the National Whitewater Centre. Located near the Bala Lake, this camping park provides the dual benefit of tents, caravans and water sports. Best for those who want to enjoy adventure in a tranquil surrounding, far from the madding crowd of urban dwellings.

Rhinogs

Rhinogs

If wild camping is on your chart, then one such destination is the Rhinogs, only it is lesser known and difficult to reach and hence lesser tried even.  Rhinogs is a compact cluster of hills that cover the southern part of Snowdownia. It is lined by the rolling grass hills of Y Llethr and Diffwys and engulfs the deep blue Llyn Hywel Lake. Beyond this are the twin summits – Rhinog Fawr and Rhinog Fach. These hills are immaculate and not many hikers trek this way. So if you are looking for a real wild camp experience, then here it is.  The only recreation you could expect here would be extreme hiking experience. It is definitely not for the faint hearted.

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