Rhyd y Galen Caravan Park
Located on 15 minutes from the Snowdon footpath, Rhyd y Galen Caravan Park is a quiet and truly lovely caravan and camping park. Visitors will love the beautiful views from the site.
Rhyd y Galen Caravan Park is a perfect holiday destination. The park is ideally located for access to the relaxing surroundings, outstanding views and leisure and outdoor activities that the area has to offer.
The seaside is only a short drive away, as are the mountains and lakes. Other major attractions such as Caernarfon Castle and Portmeirion are nearby.
Only 7 miles from Rhyd y Galen Caravan Park, visitors can take in the stunning scenery of the mountains of Snowdonia and climb Yr Wyddfa, or Snowdon.
Not far away is Plas Menai, the National Watersports Centre where visitors can learn to sail, canoe or windsurf. There is also a swimming pool there to enjoy.
• Free Wifi
• Hand dryers
• Hair dryers
• Family/disabled shower room
• Washing up room
• Baby changing unit
• Laundry with washing machine, tumble dryer and iron
• Ice pack freezing facilities
• Information room
• Drinking water
• Chemical disposal point
• 16 amp electric hook-up points
• Hard standing serviced pitches
• Motorhome discharge point
• Table Tennis, table football, skittles/bowling and basketball hoop
• Indoor badminton
• Swing and climbing frame
• Dog walk
• 22 acres of land to walk and play in
• Telephone: turn right at entrance – 0.75 mile.
• Shop and Post Office: turn right 1 mile. Open 5.30am – 7pm, Sunday 5.30am – 3pm
• Petrol: turn left to Caernarfon 2.5 miles
• Pubs and restaurants: turn left to Caernarfon 2.5 miles
• Supermarket: turn left to Caernarfon 2.5 miles
• Public transport: bus will stop at site entrance
GLAMPING – SHEPHERDS HUT
The Shepherd’s Hut comfortably sleeps 2 people and is well insulated for cosy, snug evenings.
• Wood burning stove
• Basket of firewood provided (extra logs can be purchased)
• Sofa that converts to a double bed
• Bed linen and towels
• Mains electricity and bottled gas
• Mains hot and cold water
• Flushing toilet and washbasin/sink
• Gas ring, crockery, cutlery and cooking equipment
• Fire pit and BBQ
• Free wifi
• USB sockets
Showers and laundry are available on site.
OUT AND ABOUT
• Bodnant Garden – World famous garden known for its botanical collections.
• Eirias Park – Conwy County’s premier sporting attraction with fifty acres of beautiful parkland.
• Rheilffordd Talyllyn Railway – Narrow gauge railway with steam hauled trains in the Snowdonia National Park.
• Caernarfon – Home to mighty Caernarfon Castle built in the 13th Century by Edward I as a royal palace.
• Ynys Lawd South Stack – Watch the sea birds at close quarters and learn about the history of the lighthouse.
• Anglesey Sea Zoo is Wales’s largest marine aquarium, nestling on the shores of the Menai Strait.
• Yr Hwylfan/The Fun Centre – North Wales’s biggest indoor adventure playcentre to suit all age groups.
• Welsh Mountain Zoo – Enter a world of natural wonder.
• Llanberis Lake Railway – offers unrivalled views of the mountains of Snowdonia from viewpoints quite inaccessible by road.
• National Slate Museum Llanberis
• Portmeirion Village – On the shores of Snowdonia, a magical day out for all the family.
• GreenWood Forest Park – offers a day out packed with forest fun and activities.
• Shearwater Coastal Cruises – Scenic coastal cruises from Pwllheli Marina visiting seal and seabird colonies.
• Conwy – Dominated by its castle built by Edward I, the walled town of Conwy overlooks the estuary of the River Conwy
• Surf Snowdonia – Experience the longest man-made surfable waves on the planet.
• Harlech Castle – A spectacular fortress high on its rocky crag with panoramic views of the mountains and the Lleyn Peninsula.
• Llechwedd Slate Caverns – Winner of every major tourism award. Great day out, wet or fine.
• Bala Lake Railway- Offers a delightful 9 mile return journey alongside Llyn Tegid.
• Snowdon Mountain Railway – Britain’s only public rack and pinion Mountain Railway runs from Llanberis to the summit of Snowdon
• Betws Y Coed – North Wales’ most popular inland resort.
• Holyhead Maritime Museum – Step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales.
If travelling along the North Wales Coast road A55, leave at junction 11. Take the first exit on the roundabout, then turn right at the mini roundabout. Follow signs towards Caernarfon on the B4366 for 3 miles. At the next roundabout you need to go straight ahead (2nd exit)towards Bethel. Proceed through the village of Bethel towards Caernarfon. Half a mile after leaving the village, the entrance to Rhyd y Galen is on the left.
If you are approaching from South and Mid Wales: follow the A470 to Trawsfynydd. Follow signs for Porthmadog (A487). From Porthmadog follow the A487 to Caernarfon. In Caernarfon take the B4366. We are on the right 1.5 miles from the outskirts of Caernarfon.
If approaching from the A5, continue through Betws y Coed for 17 miles towards Bangor. At roundabout take first exit and follow signs towards Caernarfon on the B4366 for 3 miles. At the next roundabout you need to go straight ahead (2nd exit)towards Bethel. Proceed through the village of Bethel towards Caernarfon. Half a mile after leaving the village, the entrance to Rhyd y Galen is on the left.
We also have another beautiful camping and caravanning park in Snowdonia BRYN GLOCH. For information on this click link below
Visit the Rhyd y Galen Caravan Park website for further information
Rhyd y Galen Caravan and Camping Park