Spectacular scenery for big days out

Holiday parks and camping in North Wales

There's certainly something at least a little magical about North Wales and the land around Snowdonia. Green, green countryside and striking coasts with golden sand, mountains, and deep valleys formed in the ice age. And the spell-binding Llŷn Peninsula is genuinely airy and otherworldly. If you're into outdoor pursuits, a caravan holiday in North Wales will leave you spoilt for choice. Walkers will welcome the rugged rocky hill paths, epic views and some surprisingly big mountains. And, of course, the jaw-dropping beauty of Snowdonia National Park.

Parks in the region

Our parks in North Wales

North Wales is home to five of our caravan parks – two of which are exclusive to owners. Two of our parks are raised up above the sea, near Porthmadog and Pwllheli.

Porthmadog, Gwynedd

Cardigan View

Sandy beaches, wild scenery and a sauna – and all on your doorstep. Cardigan View is exclusive to owners and is located on the dramatic Llyn Peninsula. With the Snowdonia skyline as its striking backdrop and two-mile stretch of sandy beach, it's a fun and relaxing place to buy a holiday home.

  • Our sister park, Greenacres, is just a short stroll away
  • Direct access to Black Rock Sands beach

Porthmadog, Gwynedd

Greenacres

Located on the southern shores of the Llyn Peninsula with the Snowdonian mountains as the backdrop, Greenacres is a large park, but doesn't feel overcrowded. There's an outdoor SplashZone that kids will love, plus a nature reserve and 9-hole pitch and putt course.

  • Miles of Blue Flag beach run alongside the park
  • Coastal walks with stunning views over the bay
Find out more about Greenacres

Porthmadog, Gwynedd

Garreg Wen

Wild mountains, tinkling rivers and Blue Flag beaches – we're surrounded by it all here. Perched on the Llyn Peninsula, Garreg Wen is an owners-only caravan park and is the perfect location to buy a holiday home. Almost all of the pitches on the park are on their own, making it a peaceful and tranquil experience.

  • The park is a short drive to our sister park, Greenacres, where you can use their fab facilities
  • The park sits beside a two-mile stretch of golden sand and warm shallow sea at Black Rock Sands

Pwllheli, Gwynedd

Hafan y Môr

Hafan y Mor sits in a great coastal location with direct access to a sand and pebble beach. The park itself is huge – in fact, it's one of Haven's largest parks. Take a trip out on the boating lake or take in the views from the Aerial Adventure. The giant indoor pool has recently undergone a fab £3 million facelift to include slides, flumes and a wave machine!

  • Only a 25-minute drive to Snowdonia National Park
  • Ideal for active, outdoor-loving families
Find out more about Hafan y Môr

Prestatyn, Clwyd

Presthaven

Perched on the northern tip of Wales, Presthaven Sands is all about the beach. With rolling hills on one side and a vast stretch of sand on the other, it's a very pretty park – you'll feel as though you're at the edge of the world! Presthaven is a lively, all-action holiday park. Challenge yourself on the Aerial Adventure, or splash about in one of our three pools. There's also an indoor SportsDrome so rain doesn't stop play!

  • Miles of sandy beaches, and protected dunes full of rare wildlife
  • Refurbished outdoor pool
Find out more about Presthaven

Touring and camping in North Wales

Pitch, park and relax

If you’d like to bring your own tent or tourer to North Wales, we’d love to welcome you to Haven. You’ll find pitches for both at Greenacres, Hafan y Môr and Presthaven. We have great facilities and different types of pitches to choose from. And you’ll be able to join in with all the usual Haven fun with your free Fun Pass included in your booking.

Your own Welsh holiday home

Static caravans for sale

If you'd like more magic in your life, imagine a permanent Welsh eyrie with Haven. You could be gazing down at glistening blue waters every night: two of our parks look out over the sea, near Porthmadog and Pwllheli. All of our holiday parks here have static caravans for sale in North Wales. On top of your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment, you'll get exclusive Owners' Lounges, and other private facilities like gyms, pools or golf courses.

Learn more about ownership

Explore North Wales

Places to visit

Inside the Sygun Copper Mine

Sygun Copper Mine

A view of the steep gradient of Snowdon Mountain Railway in the distance

Snowdon Mountain Railway

The clouds reflecting on a lake in Snowdonia

Snowdonia

High angle view of Portmeirion coastal resort

Portmeirion

Conwy Castle overlooking the river

Conwy Castle

A lake in Bodnant Garden

Bodnant Garden

A guest on the world's fastest zip wire at Zip World

Zip World

Caernarfon Castle reflecting into the River Seiont

Caernarfon Castle

Exterior view of Bodelwyddan Castle

Bodelwyddan Castle

Magnificent mountains, castles and beaches

Explore the area

Conwy Castle, North Wales
If you're a surfer, kayaker or general splasher-abouterer, you can take your pick from fearsome tidal races or sheltered bays and estuaries. Sedately sail and paddle around in ravishing still lakes, or roar through whitewater rafting and kayaking. Smaller water babies can happily stick to the miles of sandy beaches, including the Blue Flag-worthy Black Rock Sands. The hidden cove of Porthor is known locally as Whistling Sands. Take a stroll to find out why, as you hear the beach singing – or whistling – as individual grains of sand rub against one another. For a day off from big days out, try a breath-taking train journey through the Cambrian coastlines of Snowdonia National Park. Or go medieval on a castle visit: Beaumaris, Caernarfon, Conwy and Harlech are all pristine examples of historical military architecture. Places to visit in North Wales