If your looking to go camping out in Wales, we cover all areas of from the Welsh valley's, the south coast including Pembrokeshire , inland to to Snowdonia and Anglesey and everything in-between . If you want to go Camping we have comprehensive maps of each location, with descriptions and facilities. including driving directions and places of interest nearby. The outdoor holiday is becoming more popular than ever, not only is it a cheap great value way of holidaying, its also flexible allowing you to move around at will. To help you choose your region the following abbreviated view may assist. The Geography somewhat dictates the preference of the destination being coastal, low lying areas to mountains to its reservoirs and remote nature
The Brecon Beacons and the area extending through the welsh valleys are relatively low rolling hills and although it has large areas of remote scenery, it also contains several pockets of population such as Brecon itself, Merthyr Tydfil just outside the park and several other large towns within the valley. Originally a mining area tourism is taking some of the place economically while business and industry are coming back to the valley areas with a ready supply of Workforce.
The Snowdonia National Park is much more rugged with the mountains having peaks rather than a rolling nature with less population (in the park itself). Additionally the Park extends to the coast on the western side with the Victorian town of Barmouth, Harlech and north to Porthmadog being right on the fringes of the park and many sandy beaches and holiday parks can be found along this stretch of coast. For more places to camp out in Wales, just click on the map or choose a location below.
|Brecon Beacons National Park||Mid-Central Wales|
|North East Wales||North Wales|
|North West Wales||Pembrokeshire National Park|
|Snowdonia||South East Wales|
|South Wales||South West Wales|