Summer is finally on the horizon, which means for many of us the chance to get on the open road with our caravans to some idyllic campsites is just around the corner. If you haven’t chosen exactly where you and your family will set up camp yet, here is a guide along with helpful links to the 10 best caravan parks in Wales.

Lydstep Beach Caravan Park (South-West Wales).

Lydstep is a little more intimate than most, and having its very own beautiful bay definitely makes it even more special. Most importantly, there's plenty of fun to be had. Fencing, climbing and their inspiring Nature Rockz adventures are just the tip of the iceberg. Their heated indoor pool hosts Splash 'n' Bounce and everything from Water Walkerz to Water Confidence classes. Alternatively you can hire sea kayaks to explore the open water, as Pembrokeshire has some of the UK's cleanest waters and sands, with more Blue Flag and Seaside Awards than any other county. Learn more about Lydstep Beach Caravan Park here.

Barmouth Bay Holiday Park (Snowdonia).

Listen to that. It’s the sound of gentle waves lapping against the shore, beckoning you to kick back on soft, sugary sands. Sure beats a ringtone. And when it’s wet outdoors? Get wet indoors in the site’s fabulous heated swimming pool. Barmouth Bay Caravan Park in Wales is sandwiched between the mountains of Snowdonia and the ocean – so the journey is as jaw-dropping as the destination. You’ll love your away-from-it-all Barmouth Bay break, and your four-legged friends will too! Here, everyone feels at home. Learn more about Barmouth Bay Holiday Park here.

Cardigan Bay Holiday Park (South-West Wales).

Set within a secluded valley, this privately owned park is just 300 yards from award winning Poppit Sands beach. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Britain’s only coastal national park, starts from the doorstep. Facilities include a unique indoor pool complex with spa baths and a retractable roof. Cardigan Bay boasts Bottlenose dolphins amongst its attractions, along with a host of other fine, unspoilt beaches in the immediate area. The market town of Cardigan is just 3 miles away, where a selection of pubs, restaurants and shops can be found. There are castles, adventure and wildlife parks, fishing, golf, boat trips and much more within an hours’ drive. Learn more about Cardigan Bay Holiday Park here.

GreenAcres (North Wales).

There's so much for children great and small at Greenacres Holiday Park. All ages love the indoor and outdoor pools, while the littlest can run wild in the soft play area. There's also archery, fencing and an arcade within the site as well as an abundance to explore outside too. For a start, there's Black Rock Sands: miles upon miles of Blue Flag beach right alongside the park. You'll find a nature reserve in the dunes near the beach and, of course, the jaw-dropping beauty of Snowdonia National Park just around the corner. Learn more about GreenAcres here.

Fishgaurd Bay Resort (South-West Wales).

Boasting breath taking panoramic cliff-top views, some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the UK and every chance of spotting pods of dolphins, Fishguard Bay Resort enjoys a truly unique setting in the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. A haven of peace and tranquillity, ideally located for exploring this part of Wales. A beach and nature lovers’ paradise, the park enjoys direct access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, unlocking a wealth of beautiful walks to the famous secluded coves and golden sands of the bay. Nearby, the charming village of Newport Pembrokeshire hosts boutique shops, galleries and a wealth of gastronomic delights, while Skomer Island, St David’s and Haverfordwest are all easily accessible. Learn more about Fishguard Bay Resort here.

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park (North Wales).

Set amidst 200 acres of an enchanting woodland valley within the Snowdonia National Park, this park is conveniently located between the vibrant fishing port of Porthmadog with its golden beaches and the picturesque mountain village of Beddgelert famous for its walking and hiking trails. The ideal location for both families and couples that are looking to discover the delights of the local area and beyond, including the Italian style village of Portmerion. For those seeking a less energetic pace simply sit back, relax and unwind at the Country Club complete with restaurant, bar and bistro with superb outside patio area which commands breathtaking views across the mountain scenery of North Wales. Learn more about Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park here.

Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park (North Wales).

A small and peaceful caravan park, Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park sits close to the magnificent sandy beaches of Prestatyn and the Clwydian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The immaculate landscaped gardens are perfect for a stroll before venturing further afield to discover everything the area has to offer. Snowdonia National Park, Dyserth Waterfalls and Carnarfon Castle make for excellent days out along with the traditional seaside attractions of Rhyl if you want a change from Prestatyn’s safe, sandy beaches. Learn more about Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park here.

Sunbeach Holiday Park (North Wales)

Nestling on the coast between the Cambrian Mountains and Cardigan Bay, this stunningly situated park unites a tranquil beach-front setting with a wealth of excellent facilities. Perfect for relaxing with the family and enjoying all that glorious North Wales has to offer. Rock-pooling, beachcombing, walking and cycling opportunities unfold from the doorstep, while numerous attractions in Barmouth, Aberdovey and Snowdonia await nearby. Learn more about Sunbeach Holiday Park here.

Pencnwc Holiday Park (West Wales).

Situated less than 2 miles outside the picturesque harbour town of New Quay, Pencnwc Holiday Park has something for everyone; from an indoor pool to a family clubhouse combined with a wealth of local attractions, making this an ideal destination for a seaside getaway. Explore the magnificent Heritage Coastal Path consisting of wild inlet bays and horseshoe coves and home to resident bottlenose dolphins and grey seals. The popular coastal resort of New Quay and the regency town of Aberaeron are well worth a visit and feature a selection of cafés, pubs and seafood restaurants with freshly caught fish and local ales always on the menu. Further afield lies the bustling University town of Aberystwyth home to numerous high street and boutique shops and restaurants. A visit to the resort would not be complete without a memorable steam train ride on the Vale of Rheidol Railway with 11 miles of scenic gauge track which leads to Devils Bridge, home to a spectacular waterfall. Learn more about Pencnwc Holiday Park here.

New Pines Holiday Park (North Wales).

Set just a few miles from the stunning waterfalls near Dyserth and the lively towns of Prestatyn and Rhyl, New Pines Holiday Park is the perfect escape for a family holiday away from the hustle and bustle. Sink into the heated swimming pool, unwind in the sauna, steam room and spa bath or discover the fantastic entertainment and activities on site. Perfectly placed for experiencing the best of North Wales, this relaxing retreat is an ideal base to explore the delights of the local area. Learn more about New Pines Holiday Park here.

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