Known by the Welsh as Cymru, Wales has the Irish Sea to the West, the Bristol Channel to the south, and England on its eastern borders. Home to three national parks - Eryri, the Bannau Brycheiniog, and the Pembrokeshire Coast, Wales is known for having a glorious, yet rugged coastline, spectacular sandy beaches, and wild mountains and moorlands. Mount Yr Wyddfa, standing at an impressive 3,560 ft or 1,085 metres, is the tallest mountain in the British Isles and is located in Eryri National Park.

With easy transport links thanks to Transport for Wales, a rich history and vibrant culture, it’s a popular holiday destination for visitors from around the globe. Offering a wide choice of accommodation, from campsites to luxury hotels, holiday parks are a favourite option for many. Affordable, ideal for families, couples or individuals and often available at short notice, Wales has numerous parks throughout the country.  

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1. Haven Hafan y Môr Holiday Park

Owned and managed by Haven Holidays, Haven Hafan y Mor is located near the charming town of Pwllheli in North Wales. 

With the focus on family-friendly fun, the hugely popular Dragon Lakes Adventure Village has 4x4 off-roading, aerial walkways, climbing walls and Segway driving. Water lovers should head for the huge, newly refurbished pool. It features a 4-lane slide, flumes and lots more. 

With the glorious Eryri National Park on the doorstep, and the town of Pwllheli offering plenty to see and do, Haven Hafan y Mor is a great choice for a holiday park. 



2. Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park

As part of Parkdean’s holiday park portfolio, Carmarthen Bay near Kidwelly offers beautiful scenery, lots to do and lovely accommodation. The site’s pools and hot tubs compete with the glorious golden sands of Carmarthen Beach, while kids clubs and the adventure playground keep the little ones happy. 

Away from the park, explore the many trails that cross the 500 acres of Pembrey Country Park. Consisting of beaches, dunes and wooded valleys, unwind and relax with the best of the Welsh countryside. 


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3. Golden Sands Holiday Park

Away Resorts have created a gloriously restful holiday park near the North Wales resort of Rhyl. Golden Sands combines the attractions offered by Rhyl with beautiful beaches, historical castles and the nearby Eryri National Park. 

With a huge indoor pool, complete with bubbles and kids' fun zone, soft play area, arcade, and outdoor adventure park the focus is on families. While the restaurant gives parents the chance to relax and be waited on - perfect. 


4. Trecco Bay Holiday Park

Near Porthcawl on the South Wales coast, Trecco Bay Holiday Park provides holidaymakers with the opportunity to relax, forget the mundane and enjoy their holiday. The park has so many activities for everyone, including virtual reality experiences and a full-on laser quest zone, a gaming arena, climbing walls, and sports dome. If you’re after a really blissful break, head to the Blue Flag beach. 

When it comes to mealtimes, not only is there a brand new Indian restaurant but plenty of other vendors too, including Pappa John’s Pizza, Burger King, and Trecco Bay’s refurbished restaurant. With all this going on, you won’t want to leave. 



5. Quay West Holiday Park

Quay West Holiday Park is located on the doorstep of New Quay, a pretty beach resort with a wide range of traditional seaside attractions. The beach is famous for the petrified forest exposed at low tides, and for the dolphins that swim close to the shore, while the country of Ceredigion is popular with tourists thanks to its numerous castles, monasteries and beautiful scenery.

A stay at Quay West is fun-filled and family-focused, with on-site attractions, restaurants and so much more. You leave feeling relaxed and refreshed, and wanting to come back soon.