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Let Caravan Park United Kingdom, Wales, Gwynedd LL23 7LN

Families that are looking for specific activities will find many things that they can do. Fishing, golf, and horse riding are the things most widely available and can be found both within the National Park itself as well as in the northern coastal areas. Naturally, the central focus of your stay here is probably going to be Snowdonia.

Mount Snowden itself is a mountain you should climb purely for the sense of achievement having done so, the views and everything else you experience while doing it are simply a bonus. However, if you do not feel particularly energetic, you can take the train to the summit, which only takes part of the day and leaves you free to follow other pursuits.

In addition to the activities already mentioned, Snowdonia is filled with a range of walking and cycling routes, while climbing and abseiling is widely offered at various points throughout the surrounding area. Harlech Castle is more of a drive from Bala, but is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and part of the coastline you should not miss of given the opportunity to visit.

Bala is your ideal gateway to the rest of Wales, offering a peaceful place to stay with much to see on your doorstep.



Our Bala Club campsite boasts an idyllic rural location just outside the eastern boundary of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park and six miles north of the lake after which it is named. Surrounded by amazing scenery, Bala campsite is the ideal base for exploring the attractions of north Wales.

The pretty and secluded 50 pitch site is level and well maintained with a good range of facilities including toilets, showers, laundry, a small children’s play area and a small dog walk. A short drive away, the town of Bala offer a variety of shops, a petrol station and places to eat. Sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and fishing are all possible on Bala Lake and there are good walks and cycle routes from here too. Bala Lake Railway and the Ffestiniog Railways are great ways to take in the local scenery.

Less than an hour’s drive from Bala campsite is Snowdon, Wales’ highest peak. Scale its heights on foot or catch the train to the summit.

Local resorts with good sandy beaches include Prestatyn, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, Harlech, Barmouth Fairbourne and Aberdovey.

WiFi 100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora or fauna. These can cause variable signal strength. Hotspots are available. Prices.

Eat Local The Bryntirion Inn serves locally grown and reared produce. Rhug Organic Farm sells home reared black beef and lamb and serves home-made burgers and sausages.

Key Info

Self Catering




Wi-Fi available, Washing machine, Dishwasher
Pets allowed, Parking
Beach or lakeside relaxation, Walking holidays, Horse riding, Fishing, Cycling holidays, Golf course

Payment Methods

Cash is accepted.

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