North Wales caravan holidays and holiday parks

A North Wales holiday is given something extra special by the magical site of Snowdonia. Wales’ highest peak dominates the skyline, and as it lowers, you’ll find green valleys dotted with cottages. The coast is full of golden sand and natural structures that have formed over thousands of years. A North Wales caravan holiday is the go-to package for a hiking holiday, with rugged rocky hill paths coupling with a harmonious horizon to bring you lifelong memories.

The best North Wales holiday parks are home to Haven, and to you for as long as you choose. Each dotted along the Irish Sea coast, they host entertainment, activities and dining to make your stay a special one. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to North Wales.

Greenacres, PorthmadogGreenacres, Porthmadog

At the magnificent Greenacres holiday park you couldn’t wish to be any closer to the coastline, soft sandy beach and stunning Snowdonia.

  • Greenacres, Porthmadog

    Indoor pool

  • Greenacres, Porthmadog

    Nature reserve

Hafan y Môr, PwllheliHafan y Môr, Pwllheli

North Wales' beauty and charm await you at Hafan y Môr holiday park. Be awed by the dramatic Snowdonia mountains and history of nearby castles.

  • Hafan y Môr, Pwllheli

    Perfect for under 5s

  • Hafan y Môr, Pwllheli

    Stunning views

Presthaven, PrestatynPresthaven, Prestatyn

It’s easy to fill your days with adventure at our Presthaven holiday park. Explore the woodland of Greenwood Forest and saunter down to the beach.

  • Presthaven, Prestatyn

    Entertainment

  • Presthaven, Prestatyn

    Gronant Dunes

Things to do in North Wales

If you're a surfer, kayaker or general adventurer, 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.

Conwy CastleConwy Castle
A Magnificent medieval fortress built by Edward I, in the 13th century
Criccieth CastleCriccieth Castle
Situated on a rocky promontory overlooking Tremadog Bay
Dragon Raiders Paintball ParkDragon Raiders Paintball Park
Paintball, Segway & Bear Grylls Survival courses
Dwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm and Animal ParkDwyfor Ranch Rabbit Farm and Animal Park
The perfect place to take the kids on a day out
Gypsy Wood ParkGypsy Wood Park
Enchanting outdoor attraction for the whole family
Portmeirion Village Portmeirion Village
This unique village is surrounded by sub-tropical woodland gardens
Pwllheli Beach Pwllheli Beach
Blue Flag awarded beach just 5 miles away
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