Campsites in Wales
Much like everywhere else on this green island, camping in Wales is a real treat, one to be enjoyed by all. Camping in Snowdonia, north Wales, on the other hand, is unlike anything else - and for all the right reasons.
One of three national parks in Wales, Snowdonia has over 2,548 square kilometres of mountains, rich forests, waterfalls, coastal lines and other natural features that make any outdoor enthusiast go weak at the knees. Pitch your tent up at our Beddgelert campsite and find yourself in prime position to enjoy everything that camping in Wales can bring.
Take a not-so-leisurely amble up Snowdon, sculpted to perfection from years of glaciation resulting in outstanding pyramidal peaks, glacial Cwms (welsh for corrie) and all-round beautiful landscapes, just a 20 minute drive from the site. Alternatively climb aboard the train at Llanberis station to traverse the famous mountain without breaking a sweat, taking in views of waterfalls, gorges, chapel ruins and, of course, mountainous panoramas.
A little further afield explore around 200 miles (well, maybe not all of it) of glorious coastline, with Barmouth, Aberdovey and Shell Island being some of the many astounding beaches that Snowdonia lays claim to.
“What about the forest?” we hear you cry. Our Beddgelert campsite is found amongst 700 ha of conifers and broadleaves in the stunning Beddgelert Forest, a treasure trove of walking and cycling routes, photographic opportunities and wildlife.
If you’re looking for campsites in Wales, Beddgelert is the one. Take a closer look at our campsite below and find out why your next camping holiday or short break should be in Wales.