Visiting Caravan Parks Snowdonia

Caravan Parks Snowdonia
When visiting Snowdonia you want accommodation that is a bargain, offers clean, comfortable surroundings and is in the heart of the natural landscape such as caravan parks Snowdonia.
There are so many attractions to visit in Snowdonia as well as exploring the mesmerising natural landscape.

Caravan parks Snowdonia provide a cheap and convenient way to explore a place that is beloved by walkers and nature lovers everywhere.

From your caravan park you might take an easy walk utilising the Bala Lake Railway which operates during the summer along the south shore of Lake Tegid and then return by walking over the hillsides south of the lake.

For train lovers or those who prefer less walking there is the Ffestiniog  Railway running between Blaenau Ffestiniog and the coast at Porthmadog.  While the Welsh Highland Railway runs between Caernarfon in the north to Porthmadog. The Llanberis Lake Railway is a steam train running alongside Lake Padarn with great views of Snowdon and passing Dolbadarn Castle.

The Snowdonia area is not short of other famous castles to visit, from Harlech Castle to Criccieth Castle overlooking Tremadog Bay. Then follow the circle of World Heritage site castles to Caernarfon Castle and round to Conwy Castle.

For the more intrepid walker there is, of course, Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) itself, with a choice of three walks to the summit: Llanberis Path, Miners Path and Pyg Path. For the slightly less fit or agile there is the Snowdon Mountain Railway .

The scenery of Snowdonia was created by the ice age carving out deep valleys and lakes and giving us a variety of breathtaking waterfalls to enjoy.

There are many other family outings in the Snowdonia National Park area visiting slate mines, copper mines, outdoor adventure areas and of course beautiful gardens and grounds.

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