The small but mighty country of Wales remains as popular as ever for touring, and it’s not hard to see why. If it’s a destination you’re thinking of visiting, one thing’s for sure – you’ll want to stay at one of the best motorhome sites in Wales, to get the most from your trip. That’s where this guide comes in.

There’s certainly a lot to see in the country. The landscape merges mountain ranges with waterfalls, valleys and rolling fields, all surrounded by 1680 miles of spectacular coast, home to some of the UK’s best beaches.

Visitors flock year-round to Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons, while the cultural gems of Cardiff, Hay-on-Wye and Tenby are packed with history and art. Enjoy Pembrokeshire’s unrivalled beaches, Abersoch’s exciting watersports and Anglesey’s seclusion – Wales has something for everyone.

As a result, it’s not surprising that the country enjoyed a strong performance in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2023, where we reveal the standout campsites to stay at in the UK, so you can find the best motorhome site for your next tour. 10 destinations made it into our guide, as we reveal here.

The best motorhome sites in Wales are:

Tyddyn Isaf Camping & Caravan Park
Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park
Cim Farm
Meadow Springs Country & Leisure Park
Parc Derwen Touring Caravan Park
Red Kite Touring Park
South Wales Touring Park
Tyddyn Du Touring Park
Tyddyn Llwyn Caravan Park
Woodlands Caravan Park

The best motorhome site in Wales is:

Tyddyn Isaf Camping & Caravan Park

Lligwy Bay, Dulas, Anglesey LL70 9PQ,

  • Open: 11 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 34
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £29
Campervan pitched up with sea view

Congratulations to Tyddyn Isaf, our Regional Winner for Wales!

Tucked away in the sprawling coastal countryside of the Isle of Anglesey is this extensive and wonderfully equipped touring site. With unrivalled views over Lligwy Bay and close proximity to several seaside gems, the Welsh motorhome park is perfect for families, couples and solo travellers.

Pitch options include standard and premium fully serviced, with all pitches dispersed across five fields of well-maintained greenery and surrounded by hedges and woodland. The washroom facilities recently won the Platinum Loo of the Year award and every touring pitch is within 200m of a toilet and shower block.

At The Market Place, you can pick up food, camping equipment and beach essentials, along with baked goods and local produce, while delicious meals can be bought from the Hen Ysgubor takeaway.

Coming soon to the site is a new café/bar that will be serving beverages and snacks throughout the day. The park is perfectly placed for exploring the east coast of Anglesey, with its own path to Lligwy Beach.

Walking and cycling trails are easily picked up from the site, while historical attractions like Mynydd Parys and the Copper Kingdom Centre are a short drive away

You say:

  • Beautiful site overlooking bay, accessible to coastal walk. Friendly and welcoming. Quiet. Good amenities.
  • Excellent facilities and the staff are very welcoming. Pitches are spacious, grounds and facilities well kept.

The standout contenders for the best motorhome site in Wales are:

Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park

Llanrwst, Conwy, North Wales LL26 0YT,

  • Open: 25 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 21
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £32
Vans at Bron Derw

Bron Derw is a spacious motorhome site in Wales, with grassy areas separating the hardstanding and multi-serviced pitches.

The picturesque market town of Llanrwst is just a few minutes’ stroll away, and there’s plenty to see in the surrounding area too. The site offers a great base for exploring Llandudno, Gwydir Forest Park and Snowdonia National Park. Then there’s Betws-y-Coed, which is only five miles away.

Site facilities include a toilet and shower block, a dog-walk, a utility room and chemical disposal, while there’s also the option of staying in an adults-only section if guests are after a more peaceful stay.

You say:

  • Excellent site, cleaned throughout the day, amazing views and surroundings, gardens are kept beautifully, thanks to Beryl and John’s hard work.
  • Immaculate site overall, exceptionally friendly owners, beautiful views, pitches are large and spread out, owners cannot do enough for you to ensure your stay is excellent

Cim Farm

Bwlchtocyn, Abersoch LL53 7BY,

  • Open: 1 April – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 21
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £32
Aerial shot of Cim Farm showing coastal view

The best campsites in Wales with sea views will always offer beautiful coastal sights, and that’s certainly something that Cim Farm provides.

Overlooking Abersoch, the site sits on a 400-acre working farm and provides guests with 2.5 miles of private coastline.

Each pitch offers electric hook-up and the site also offers toilets and showers, laundry facilities, a play zone and a dishwashing area.

The site provides plenty of open green space, and makes a great base for visiting Abersoch, Porth Neigwl Beach, Pwllheli and Caernarfon Castle.

You say:

  • Fabulous, friendly family site, excellent facilities, managers who go above and beyond.
  • The site is well maintained by the managers, who are extremely helpful. It’s always clean and tidy. I would highly recommend it.

Meadow Springs Country & Leisure Park

Ffinnant, Trefeglwys, Powys SY17 5QZ,

  • Open: All year
  • Touring pitches: 42
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £30
Sunset reflecting on water at Meadow Springs

With a wealth of amenities and spacious, hardstanding pitches, Meadow Springs is a motorhome site in Wales that provides a peaceful retreat.

The lovely countryside location provides far-reaching views and is well connected to cycling and walking routes.

The excellent site amenities include luxurious washrooms, a dedicated dog-exercise area, children’s play zone and half a mile of private river fishing. Also onsite is Arthur’s Bar, a popular bar and restaurant serving locally sourced food.

You say:

  • New campsite, thoughtfully planned and laid out. Spacious pitches, good facilities and a wonderful restaurant. Set in a scenic location.
  • Fantastic site, everything is new and has more to offer in future. Great staff and views, lovely, quiet place to stay.

Parc Derwen Touring Caravan Park

Llanrwst, Conwy LL26 0YT Web

  • Open: 10 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 34
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £32
Vans pitched at Parc Derwen

As the adults-only neighbour to Bron Derw, this is another great base for Snowdonia National Park. Offering 34 multi-service pitches and well-maintained toilets and showers, along with a purpose-built accessible suite, this immaculate touring park has everything you need.

There is a dog-walking area, and laundry and dishwashing facilities. While the site itself is a great starting point for walking and cycling, the nearby A470 will bring you to Conwy, Llandudno, Betws-y-Coed and other local attractions.

You say:

  • Well laid out site, beautiful surroundings, very peaceful, owners welcoming, lovely clean toilet block.
  • Beautiful park. Always clean and tidy. Staff lovely. Pop-up trailer serves fantastic food.

Red Kite Touring Park

Van Road, Llanidloes, Powys, Mid Wales SY18 6NG,

  • Open: 1 March – 3 January
  • Touring pitches: 62
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £32
Vans at Red Kite Touring Park, with trees in background

Set in the heart of Wales, this adults-only motorhome site guarantees a tranquil escape.

Spacious pitches provide panoramic views of the Welsh countryside and the amenity block has modern toilets and showers. The site is home to a 10-acre dog-walking area, complete with doggy pond and fenced training section, ideal if you’re touring with a pet.

There’s a recreation zone around a coarse fishing pool and the park is regularly visited by wildlife, including birds of prey. Llanidloes is a short walk away and also nearby is Llyn Clywedog Reservoir.

You say:

  • Amazing views, beautifully kept, well-equipped site. Extremely helpful staff.
  • Excellent facilities, clean and well organised. Staff fantastic, pitches wonderful.

South Wales Touring Park

Trosserch Road, Llangennech, Llanelli SA14 8AX

  • Open: 5 January – 1 March
  • Touring pitches: 25
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £20
Vans pitched up against countryside backdrop

This lovely family-run site is a tranquil spot for adults-only touring in South Wales. All pitches are hardstanding, with beautiful views, and are serviced by heated shower rooms and toilets.

There are 10 fully serviced pitches and an electric vehicle charging point. The site has weekly deliveries of local produce for guests to purchase. The location is also perfect for accessing Cardiff, Brecon Beacons National Park and Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

You say:

  • Beautiful, serene spot. Facilities immaculate. All well planned. Owners can’t do enough for you.
  • Everything is well thought through for guests. Facilities well designed and immaculate. Lovely peaceful campsite.

Tyddyn Du Touring Park

Conwy Old Road, Penmaenmawr, Conwy LL34 6RE, 

  • Open: 22 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 80
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £33
Vans pitched by flowers and grass

Located at the northern tip of Snowdonia National Park, this campsite is tucked away in woodland just a mile from Penmaenmawr Beach.

This quiet, adults-only site provides hardstanding pitches with hook-ups and benefits from stunning views over the North Wales coastline. There is a luxurious toilet and shower block, along with laundry and dishwashing facilities, and a dog-walk.

With easy access to the A55, the site is well placed for the national park and other attractions, such as Llandudno and Colwyn Bay

You say:

  • Beautiful site, well-kept facilities, views over the Irish sea to Puffin Island.
  • Amazing site. Picturesque views, immaculate facilities and grounds. Staff are so friendly.

Tyddyn Llwyn Caravan Park

Morfa Bychan Road, Porthmadog, Gwynedd LL49 9UR,

  • Open: 1 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 153
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £28
Aerial shot of campsite and wooded parkland

This site sits within 18 acres of wooded parkland at the foot of Moel-y-Gest. Every touring pitch is all-weather and fully serviced, while onsite facilities include three toilet and shower blocks, three dishwashing areas and a children’s play zone.

Tyddyn Llywn also hosts a licensed bar and restaurant, as well as a heated outdoor patio, games room and shop. Within easy walking distance are the seaside towns of Porthmadog and Borth-y-Gest, while the delightful beach at Black Rock Sands is a short drive away.

You say:

  • Very inviting, well presented, great amenities, friendly staff and a peaceful location, most definitely a 5* site.
  • Very clean and well-kept pitches, friendly and helpful staff, nice onsite pub.

Woodlands Caravan Park

Devils Bridge, Aberystwyth, Sir Ceredigion SY23 3JW,

  • Open 1 March – 31 October
  • Touring pitches: 50
  • Pitch+2+hook-up: From £23
Motorhome on gravel pitch

Offering grass and hardstanding pitches against the dramatic backdrop of the Cambrian mountains, Woodlands is just 12 miles from Aberystwyth.

There’s plenty to do onsite, with a football field, children’s play area and indoor table tennis. Visitors can also enjoy the tea room, serving lunches, cakes and afternoon tea. Facilities include a modern, centrally heated toilet block with showers, a separate family bathroom and a laundry room.

There is a pub within walking distance and plenty of hiking and cycling trails from the site.

You say:

  • Having nature all around is wonderful. Very friendly staff, peaceful stay every time.
  • Fantastic campsite, facilities immaculate, huge pitches, beautiful views.

If you’re after ideas for other destinations to visit, why not take a look at our guide to the best motorhome sites in Eastern England? It’s a beautiful region to explore, with plenty to see and do.

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