Discover our adult only parks in Wales

Wales is a wonderful destination for holidays and short breaks. Six of our adult only touring parks are located there, each offering a unique experience, whether you’re looking to explore the coast, countryside or towns. What they all have in common are

  • Friendly family-led teams,
  • A commitment to top customer service,
  • A great location,
  • Well maintained grounds,
  • Excellent facilities, and
  • A dog friendly policy


Having endured centuries of battles with diferent invaders and occupiers, Wales has been left with more castles per square mile than any other Country in Europe. These range from Iron Age hill forts to Roman ruins and Medieval fortifications. But that’s not all Wales has to offer. You will discover unspoilt beaches, peaceful countryside, lively towns and, of course, stunning scenery along with the country’s distinct culture and fascinating language.

Of our six Welsh parks, two are located in the North, two are in Mid Wales and two are in the South. In this report we a look at their key features, characteristics and latest developments, starting with the most notherly park and working our way south.

Tranquil Parks in North Wales


Tyddyn Du Touring Park, Penmaenmawr, Conwy

Tyddyn Du Touring Park is known for its stunning views, spotless facilities and friendly host Pam Watson-Jones. The park is often featured in articles about UK campsites with the best views and, being adult only, the emphasis is on maintaining a peaceful atmosphere on site.

The park is cleverly built into the hillside to make the most of the seascapes and sunsets. You can see Anglesey and Puffin Island to the west and the Great Orme Llandudno to the east. Pitches here are for tourers and motorhomes and there’s also a holiday cottage– a modern luxury barn conversion that sleeps up to 4.

Tyddyn Du is a great base for exploring the North Wales coast from Caernarfon to Llandudno. The UNESCO World Heritage Centre at Conwy is about 5 miles away and it’s about 35 miles to Holyhead on Anglesey. Snowdonia or Eryri National Park offers a vast area for walking and many attractions.

With a dog exercise area on site and Penmaenmawr beach just a few minutes walk down the hill, this is a great place to take your dog on holiday. There are many dog friendly places to eat locally, the closest being the Gladstone pub less than 5 minutes walk from the park.

New serviced pitches and a refurbished and rebuilt gents’ shower block are among the latest upgrades. The park is open from late March until the end of October.

Yr Helig / The Willows, Mynytho, near Abersoch, Llŷn Peninsula

The Llŷn Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is where North Wales juts into the Irish Sea. It is famous for its beaches, watersports, wildlife, history and pretty seaside towns. Set on high ground 3 miles north of Abersoch, Yr Helig / The Willows Caravan & Camping Park offers views right across the peninsula to Snowdonia and down to Cardigan Bay (Bae Ceredigion) from parts of the park.

There’s a mixture of hardstanding pitches for tourers a camping field with fabulous views and a choice of glamping. Dogs have a large fenced area to exercise in and you can access local footpaths directly from the park.

Since the Jones family took over the park 18 months ago, there have been more improvements than we can mention here! For this year they have installed a new modern Pot Wash, Laundry and Storeroom and enlarged hardstanding pitches.

The luxury shepherd hut ‘Llety’r Bugail’ now has a private deck with hot tub, while the unique hexagonal pod has received a new lease of life, as has the Willerby static caravan with incredible views from its deck. 

If you’re looking for inspiration, there’s a Tourist Information cabin detailing lovely dog friendly beaches, popular cafes within a 3-mile radius and beyond and beautiful walks along the Coastal and Mariner’s Paths. The picturesque holiday destination Abersoch with many great eateries, shops, pubs and bars is 3 miles away. You can also find out about trips to the tranquil island of Bardsey leaving from Porth Meudwy near Aberdaron and the end of the peninsula.

Open season is from mid March to the end of October.

Tranquil Parks in Mid Wales


Daisy Bank Caravan Park, near Welshpool, Powys

Daisy Bank Caravan Park is close to the border that it’s only just in Wales!  With its wonderful views of the Shropshire Hills, this beautifully landscaped, family run site is open all year round, so it’s a fabulous place to unwind whenever you need a relaxing break.

The park offers a range of fully serviced touring pitches in 4 separate areas. There are 2 heated shower buildings with individual wet rooms. You will also find a small shop, information hut, dog area and pitch-and-putt course on site.

The local area is popular with walkers, cyclists and wildlife lovers,  Daisy Bank makes an ideal base for exploring Mid Wales, the historic ‘March’ towns and rural Shropshire. There is no public transport from the park, but there are buses from Churchstoke (2 miles) and Bishops Castle (3 miles). 

A great new way to get the information you need about the local area when visiting is through an app which the park has just launched. 

Daisy Bank has a section for luxury lodges which are available both for hire and for sale. With spacious plots and all the home comforts you could wish for, you can enjoy 12 months’ use, views across the park and surrounding countryside.

For basic glamping, the camping pods and bell tent are great value. The camping pods are constructed using sheep’s wool inside the walls for insulation and dogs are allowed to stay in them. A brand new pod with a sleek, modern design had just arrived at the time of writing. It’s for 2 adults and will be available to rent. We’ll share more information as soon as we have it.

Red Kite Touring Park, Llanidloes, Powys

Red Kite Touring Park is nestled within 20 acres of rolling Mid Wales countryside. “Dianc rhag gwrthdyniadau” or “escape the distractions” is the park slogan. With its valley views and natural surroundings it certainly is an ideal place to relax. But you’re not far away from town amenities as it’s just a 15 minute walk to the local town, Llanidloes.

On site there are 5 star facilities, a reception shop, a nature pond and picnic area. All the pitches are large, hardstanding and fully serviced. Some even have their own garden and patio area. If you’re into fishing the park has a coarse fishing pool. 

Beautiful walks from the park lead into town, along the River Clywedog or along the Severn Way which skirts the park. The reception team will be happy to give you information – and give your dog some treats while you’re there!

There’s plenty of space to walk your dog and for them to play within the park. They even have their own swimming pool, a salon-standard dog wash, plus treats and ice cream in the shop. Dogs that are less confident or less proficient at recall can use a special fenced-off area for their walkies.

Popular places to visit in the local area, other than Llanidloes, are the Clywedog Dam and sailing club (less than 3 miles), the Red Kite feeding centre is 20 minutes’ drive away and Hafren Forest with many trails and the source of the River Severn is 12 miles.

Red Kite lodges are new for the 2024 season. The park has officially welcomed the first homeowner and the next 3 lodges are fully assembled and ready for viewing.

The park opens at the beginning of March and stays open until 3 January.

Touring Parks in South Wales


Three Castles Country Caravan Park, Skenfrith, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

If you like a small, quiet site, Three Castles Country Caravan Park has just 12 pitches. It has great walking routes nearby as it’s right on the famous Three Castles Walk in Monmouthshire – a 19-mile circular route. The closest of the three castles is Skenfrith, less than a mile away, and the village has a restaurant, the Bell Inn.

Pitches at this park range from grass camping pitches to touring pitches and fully serviced pitches with electric and TV hookup. New for 2024 at this park is a private shower room which you can book for the duration of your stay. 

This friendly family-run site is ideal for exploring the countryside between Abergavenny and Monmouth, whether on foot or by bike. You can also make trips to the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and Brecon Beacons from here.

Three Castles has a shorter open season from April until September.

South Wales Touring Park, Llangennech, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

Run by a welcoming brother and sister team, Hywel and Cathrin, South Wales Touring Park at Llwynifan Farm is a beautifully landscaped hillside park just outside the village of Llangennech, a few miles from Llanelli.  All the pitches at this small award winning park are designed to have a view and there’s a huge choice of attractions in the area.

With quick and easy access to the M4, you can reach a lot of places for a day trip. In fact, you can visit pretty much anywhere in South and West Wales, such as Cardiff and the Valleys in the east, Pembrokeshire to the west, the Towy Valley and Brecon Beacons to the north and the Gower Peninsula to the south. 

The park has a well stocked information point and helpfully provides a useful Welcome pack to all guests with local information. Known as the ‘Garden of Wales’ Carmarthenshire has some of the country’s best gardens and. The National Botanic Garden of Wales is 13 miles from the park and Aberglasney Garden is 16 miles.

It’s about half a mile into the local village, where you’ll find a supermarket and butchers, takeaways and pubs. There are large retail parks about 3 miles away.  

The pitches are all hardstanding and suitable for caravans and motorhomes. Ten are fully serviced.  Although the park stays open all year round, the fully serviced pitches are closed from early January until the end of February. There’s plenty of space to exercise dogs.

The park is so well kept that upgrades and improvements are continuous. A battery operated mower ‘Trevor the Trimmer’ is now quietly keeping the grass down and even faster superfast WiFi is coming soon. The new improved bin area (an important yet often overlooked feature of campsites) is such a great example that the Welsh Government and the WRAP (Waste Resources Action Programme) are featuring it in their new film!


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