10 campsites to enjoy Snowdonia overnight

Soak up Snowdonia’s stunning scenery over night with our top camping spots

Get up close and personal with nature when you stay at one of the following campsites…

1. Cwmlanerch Wales

There’s no need to book your stay at Cwmlanerch Caravan Park and Campsite – simply turn up, pitch your tent anywhere you like on the camping field and pay the following morning. With a wide range of facilities, including toilet block, hot showers, dishwashing, washing machine and tumble dryer, plus the use of a freezer, you’ll want for nothing.

Find out more at: http://www.snowdonia-cwmlanerch.co.uk/caravan-park.html


2. Rynys Camping Site

If you’re new to camping and you prefer a little more comfort while you sleep, there are plenty of glamping opportunities on offer at Rynys Farm campsite where you can book a stay in a Shepherd’s Hut or even a yurt!

Find out more at: http://www.rynys-camping.co.uk/


3. Cwellyn Arms

Overlooking Cwellyn Lake, this welcoming campsite also offers uninterrupted views of Mount Snowdon and Mynydd Mawr. Boasting under floor heating in the shower block, as well as kiln dried logs for easy camp fires, this campsite is ideal for camping novices.

Find out more at: http://www.snowdoninn.co.uk/camping_site.html


4. Cae Du Campsite

Set among 30 acres of land, this campsite is ideal for those wanting a bit of peace and tranquillity during their stay in Snowdonia. Suitable for tents, touring caravans and dormobiles, it’s a great base from which to discover the delights of the surrounding area. With many tourist attractions on its doorstep, including Caernarfon and Criccieth castles, Snowdon Mountain Railway and Ffestiniog Railway, there’s plenty  on offer.

Find out more at: http://www.caeducampsite.co.uk/


5. Barcdy Caravan Park and Campsite

A family-run campsite with stunning views of the Dwyryd estuary, the owners of Barcdy pride themselves on offering camping at the highest standard of comfort and cleanliness. Facilities include Wi-Fi, launderette, hot water, dishwashing, hairdryers, shavers, gas, and electric hook-up points for tents.

Find out more at: https://www.barcdy.co.uk/facilities.php


6. Pant-Yr-Onnen

This lakeside campsite offers a wealth of outdoor opportunities to be explored from sailing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing to countryside cycle routes and walks. The small town of Bala is a mere three miles from the campsite, boasting restaurants, pubs, shops and water sports centres.

Find out more at: http://www.balacamping.co.uk/


7. Pen y Bont Caravan and Campsite

Whether you want to camp in the great outdoors or try glamping in a Gypsy caravan, the choice is yours at Pen y Bont Caravan and Campsite. Situated near Bala Lake, there are plenty of water sports on offer, from canoeing and kayaking to sailing.

Find out more at: http://www.balalakecamping.co.uk/


8. Gwern Gôf Isaf Campsite

You’ll be ideally situated to explore the Glyders and the Carneddau peaks when you book a stay at Gwern Gôf Isaf Campsite. Whether you’re a lone traveller or you’ve brought the whole family along, there are some great tourist attractions to visit in the local area, including Snowdon Mountain Railway, Zip World and Tree Top Adventures.

Find out more at: http://gwerngofisaf.co.uk/


9. Llyn Gwynant

Located at the base of Snowdon, Llyn Gwynant visitors have direct access up the mountain – not to mention stunning lakeside views. As well as walking, the site is an ideal base for swimming and other adventure activities such as kayaking on the lake. Alternatively you can simply enjoy natural beauty and quiet beside the lake or river, relaxing by your own camp fire.

Find out more at: http://www.gwynant.com/


10. Gwern Gof Uchaf

At the foot of Tryfan, you’ll find Gwern Gof Uchaf – a campsite with direct access to the mountains of Snowdonia. Hoping to try your hand at something new? Just two miles away is the Plas y Brenin Centre, where you can book a short course in climbing, canoeing – any activity that takes your fancy.

Find out more at: http://www.tryfanwales.co.uk/