Attractions near the Caravan Park in North Wales

Local Attractions

Whatever you want from your seaside holiday, Caernarfon Bay is perfectly located between Portmadog and Anglesey - in the middle of all the FUN! Visit the many castles, learn to make a shelter and hearty meal in the depths of the woods, Go extreme picnicking in Snowdon or fall in love with Portmerion

North Wales is not just a place to visit; it's a place to explore, discover and re-visit time and time again.
Whatever the weather there is always an activity for everyone to enjoy from walking, climbing, fishing to the more energetic activities such as white water rafting, sailing or windsurfing.

There are many attractions for you to visit during your stay with us, listed below are just a few...

Welsh Mountain Zoo

01492 532938

Meet a wide range of animals from tigers, lions and elephants to reptiles and alligators.

Snowdonia National Park

01766 770274

Snowdonia is one of the eleven National Parks of England and Wales, and is the second largest after the Lake District. Designated in 1951, the Snowdonia National Park Authority celebrated 50 years as a protected landscape in 2001. The National Park covers 823 square miles of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside in north west Wales. Unlike "wild" National Parks elsewhere in the world, Snowdonia is home to just over 26,000 people, who live and work in its towns and villages, and on its hill farms. Snowdon is the highest mountain in England and Wales at 1,085m and in Welsh is known as "Yr Wyddfa". On the summit there is a cafe and narrow gauge railway station catering for the thousands of visitors which visit the summit by train and on foot each year. On a clear day the views from the summit can be far reaching over the rest of the National Park, and occasionally, even Ireland over the Irish Sea just being visible.

Inigo Jones Slate Works

01286 830242

A close by attraction with Self-guided tour including video presentation, audio commentary on walkman, as well as geological, historical calligraphy & letter-cutting exhibitions. Try your hand at calligraphy and engrave on a piece of slate that you get to keep as a souvenir. Childrens quiz with slate prizes and new modern showroom. Email: Web address:

Anglesey sea Zoo


Sea marine life in all its form.

Anglesey Riding Centre


A fantastic, safe introduction to riding, and we’re sure that more experienced riders will find plenty here to challenge them too. Web address:

Gypsy Wood Park


Magical day out for visitors of all ages. An enchanting place with lots to see and do. Combine the magic of fairies with the charm of animals and the rugged wilderness of 20 acres of beautiful natural woodland

Email: Web address

Foel Farm and Anglesey Chocolate farm

01248 430646

Experience a real working farm, meet touch and feel the farm animals. Also see chocolate being made.

Pili Palas

01248 712474

Fun for all the family and educational too.

Zip World

01248 601 444

Zip World won international acclaim when it opened Zip World Velocity at Bethesda in March 2013. It includes a pair of zip lines a mile long, where riders can exceed 100mph, 500ft high and experience the nearest thing to flying.


01690 710108

Test your nerve by journeying through a mountain via a series of exciting adventurous challenges on one of our three epic underground adventures. Try your hand at zip-lining through caverns, or climbing up a vertical shaft, boating across a lake, traverse over an abyss, scale a waterfall or abseil your way down to the deepest point in the UK! It’s Adrenaline pumping, heart thumping, pulse jumping fun, guided by the most fun, experienced and qualified instructors in the country!

King Arthur’s Labyrinth

01654 761584

Found deep beneath the mountains of Southern Snowdonia, this mysterious attraction is one of the best days out. Join a mysterious hooded boatman and sail by underground boat through a magical waterfall - your gateway to the Dark Ages and a time of myth, magic, dragons, giants and King Arthur. Best described as an underground storytelling adventure, it's a cool attraction when hot, a dry attraction when wet, and with lots more things to do, King Arthur's Labyrinth is a real adventure for all ages

Get in touch. . . call 01286 830492

The beach, what can I say, if you've got dogs you are spoiled for choice, the only part you can not take dogs on is the middle, both dog side you can walk for miles, with the dogs playing in the sea along with us paddling with them it's so quiet and relaxing and the views are breathtaking. The people that live and work there are all very friendly and will stop and talk, what a great place.
Mr K 22/6/19