Snowdonia is one of the most spectacular locations in the UK, providing millions of annual visitors with coastal landscapes, mountain ranges, winding rivers, majestic woodlands and lots more. Take a holiday in this magnificent national park and you’ll never be short of things to do.

To make it that much easier to plan your holiday, we’ve brought together a list of some of the top things to do in Snowdonia.

Home to one of the most popular mountains in the UK – Snowdon – Snowdonia spoils walkers and cyclists with paths spanning beaches, forests, mountains and moors. Take a look at our walking and cycling section, don your best boots and set off for your most memorable trip yet.

Our Beddgelert campsite sits less than 30 miles from the beach at Shell Island and around 35 miles from Barmouth beach. Closer to the tent there are miles of routes for walking and cycling encompassing the glorious Beddgelert Forest and, less than 15 miles away, the impressive Snowdon.

Step back in time and take the narrow gauge steam train directly from the campsite’s station, exploring the stunning Snowdonia scenery in vintage style. Running between Caernarfon and Porthmadog, this award winning railway is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy some of Snowdonia’s greatest scenery.

If that’s whet your appetite, take a look below at our more expansive list of things to do in Snowdonia, but make sure to leave time to enjoy the stunning surroundings at Beddgelert.

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Things to do in Snowdonia

Welsh Highland Railway

Welsh Highland Heritage Railway

From the nearby station, catch a heritage steam train through the Snowdonia National Park and visit either Caenarfon or Porthmadog. A really scenic route and enjoyable for all ages.

The Den, Llanberis

The Den is an indoor play area, a 30 minute drive from the site and is a great indoor option for keeping children under 12 entertained.

Anglesey Sea Zoo

Aquariums are a perfect rainy day solution. The sea zoo in Anglesey showcases and focuses on conservation of our friends living under the sea along the British coastline.
Surf-Snowdonia (Shutterstock, Mr Doomits)

Surf Snowdonia

Surf Snowdonia is a great day out for water lovers, with a 150 meter lagoon and activities for children there is something for all the family.
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