Start your journey just outside of Wales at our Chester Fairoaks Club Site, a perfect base to explore the surrounding countryside and architecture. Make sure to visit the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct – opened in 1805, the aqueduct carried the Llangollen canal over the Dee River valley.
Continue on through the seaside resort town of Rhyl, and visit Bodelwyddan Castle & Park, a family-friendly museum set in over 200 acres of grounds where you can explore the collection of Welsh art and fine furniture in the beautiful Victorian rooms. Younger visitors can enjoy interactive galleries, trails, quizzes and hands-on activities.
Our next stop offers a pitch on a working farm and great access to the Welsh Mountain Zoo! Take a break from the cultural heritage and experience chimp encounters, sea lion feeding and more.
4. Cefn Farm CL
There’s plenty to see on your way to our next site, taking in the edges of Snowdonia National Park. Venture into the hills and you’ll find Aber Falls, a nice hike for those wanting to get closer to nature.
Fans of the weird and wonderful will want to visit the iconic Llanfairpwll Station. Known for its longer name, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, this boasts the longest place name in Europe, and the second longest place name in the world.
Our last stop takes you to Holy Island, separated from mainland Wales by the Menai Strait. Make the crossing via the North Wales Expressway, or take the scenic route across the Menai Bridge. Once on Holy Island, be sure to visit the South Stack Lighthouse, home to thousands of seabirds and outstanding views.