Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just 15 minutes from the mainland, St David`s Park is the perfect place to escape city life. The park boasts its own private beach and a superb view of the coastline and Red Wharf Bay.
The Isle of Anglesey on which St David's Park rests is well known for its natural beauty and abundant wildlife and hidden coves, making it a popular holiday location. The park's location is great for exploring North Wales' medieval castles, beaches and Snowdonia National Park.
From the park you can take in views of Red Wharf Bay, the Great Orme and beyond. St. David's Park is sheltered by natural landscape, making it a great place to enjoy the quiet and peaceful surroundings. The park's beach has been awarded the Blue and Yellow Flag award for its clean and safe waters.
St David's touring and camping fields offer views over the Red Wharf Estuary towards the Victorian town of Llandudno with the distinctive â??Great Orme' cliff in the distance. There is also a wonderful view of the East Coast and Anglesey. You can watch the boats sail from the comfort of your caravan.
There are 95 soft standing pitches along the coasts. Each pitch features electric hook-up, access to water and access to waste disposal points. There are options for both seasonal and short stay touring option at the park as well as camping.
There are also several exclusive luxury lodges for hire. Each luxury lodge has a wonderful view of the sea as well as the park facilities close by. They each have 3 bedrooms, en suite and family bathroom, a fully fitted kitchen, a floor to ceiling glazed lounge and colour co-ordinated furnishing throughout. The luxury lodges are a perfect place to relax and enjoy your holiday.