Luxurious Static Caravan Parks Snowdonia With so Much to See and Do

If you are headed to the renowned and luxurious holiday experience that are static caravan parks Snowdonia then you are in for a treat. Not only is this one of the best holiday parks in North Wales but it is also situated in one of the best locations if you are looking for nature, culture, fun and stunning views.

Some caravan parks are better than others. For instance, Pale Wood Holiday Park in Bala is well known for its very high standard of accommodation and facilities which include its peace, tranquillity, huge amount of awards, and private fishing hole, Pale Wood also has acres and acres of woodland of which you can explore and enjoy.

This prestigious holiday park offers camping, short stay touring and long stay touring with panoramic views of the landscape. It also has several luxurious and charming lodges for hire and many fantastic holiday homes available for sale if you fancy your own private getaway home just outside Bala. With wildlife, history and some of the best music festivals around, absolutely everyone is sure to find something they enjoy at Pale Wood Holiday Park.

The North Wales area has so much to see and no, the mind boggles – and there’s so very much to cram into every day. Some examples are as follows:

Newborough Forest – This is one of the most beautiful natural areas in North Wales with its trees and sandy dunes. It is perfect for walking, cycling and picnics and it is also one of the best places to spot red squirrels in the wild.

Puffin Island – It is easy to book a speed boat ride around or directly to the island to see puffins and other impressive sea birds but that is not all this mini island has to offer as grey seals are common visitors. You can even arrange to go snorkelling with the seals.

Beaumaris Castle – This is one of the most attractive and well maintained castles in North Wales with its impressive moat. It is well worth a visit and the town of Beaumaris is idyllic and gorgeous in the summer sun. this is where you can easily board boats to see Puffin island.

South Stack Cliffs – The RSPB reserve at south stack cliffs is filled with rare seabirds and impressive natural flora. The cliffs and heath land offer breathtaking views.

Amlwch Copper Kingdom – This fascinating cultural heritage spot is known as the copper kingdom as it was once the largest copper mine in the world!

Gottwood – This is one of the best music festivals in North Wales with its forest setting, electro music, artistic displays and fabulous yearly themes.

All these are just a handful of the fantastic attractions you can experience when you visit Pale Wood Holiday Park.