Places to Stay
There are some great places to take a campervan in Snowdonia Mountains and Coast. From the stunning coast to secret woodlands and inland, the monolithic landscape of Snowdonia rises up into view from behind the wheel.
Make the most of your roadtrip by using the map below to plan your adventure. There are plenty of campsites to choose from, it includes riverside campsites, woodland campsites, cliff-top campsites with stunning coastal views, dog-friendly campsites, campsites for hikers and much, much more…
Or for more ideas of where to stay, check out the online booking sites Pitchup and Coolcamping with reviews and photos from visitors its a great starting point to find a site, check availability and book online. For the best prices always contact the site to see if you can book direct.
UK Campsite is another great resource for finding a campsite that’s off the beaten track with lots of independent reviews from visitors.
Please note: wild (rough) camping in a campervan is not permitted in Wales without prior permission from the landowner or farmer. It is a civil offence and you must move on if requested by a landowner. Camping in car parks or on roadside verges is not allowed at any time.
The Camping and Caravanning Club
Ask us about our Camping and Caravanning Club membership via the Privilege Scheme. As part of the Camping and Caravanning Club’s Privilege Scheme you have access to over 110 participating campsites in the UK, at discounted rates, throughout the duration of your hire period.
There are 2 fantastic sites in Snowdonia Mountains and Coast; on the Llŷn Peninsular, just 6 miles from our premises there is the Llanystumdwy Club Site, and then there is the Bala Club Site, near Bala.
To take advantage of this membership, please ask when booking and we will send details of how you can receive the member’s discount.
If you need a little inspiration for your campervan road-trip, take a look at our Tour Guides Our guides will help you to discover the mountains of Snowdonia and North Wales, with beautifully rugged coastlines and picturesque beaches. From mountains, castles, and coast, you’ll find no shortage of amazing views on the road, things to do and places to stay.
There’s no need to follow each guide to the letter: just use as a starting point for your own plans. It's your adventure after all!