Coastal camping, north Wales

It’s September time and the autumn winds are in the air. It feels as though we are about to make the transition seasonally, yet again. It’s time to stock up the firewood pile, pull out those marino base layers and get the rain jackets and hats out of storage boxes. Theres one last month of good weather though, and why not make it count with some camping around the coast on Anglesey and the LLyn peninsula. Grab the camping kit, have a sort out and make some plans for a last camping trip before the winter sets in fully!

We are still seeing a handful of good mild days here in north Wales, still in the regions of 16c and down to 7c at night. More than warm enough for a camp still, in my books at least. With the sea at its warmer this time of year its holds the heat from the summer months and keeps the temps of the land higher in the later months.

This time if year I get an almost surge of energy to get more done, knowing fine well that the winter months when set in, they are quite distinguished by strong westerlies and torrents of welsh rain that keeps our lands so lush and green. So that past week I’ve been running more, hiking a bit and the thoughts of camping and bivi camping have been creeping into my mind. I don’t mind the weather, in fact I love cooler temps, I must have a more Norse bloodline. So with that said I vowed to get the camp kit out and head out for some late season camps.

I was going through my own listings of various campsites and some books I have, to decide where to head out to on our next mini adventure camping in north Wales. It dawned on me that I had to compile a list of some of the more awesome campsites on the coast, so I made one. Camping in north Wales is pretty beautiful, there are so many peninsular to explore, walk, climb, bike and swim that you are spoilt for choice. I know you guys will find it useful as its packed full of quaint campsites with spectacular views, one of my prerequisites in the short listing.
So by my calendar awe have month before the weather really turns..It used to be October the 31st when I ran the snowdon marathon, but the cycles of weather seem to have readjusted themselves to September 31st now. So that said make the most of the next four weeks and get some serious outdoor time in.

Below is a list of 20 pretty cool campsites in the coastal areas around Anglesey down to the Llyn.

  1. Pen-y-Llyn

This campsite offers fifteen super pitches and 5 CL pitches and is open between March and October.
Location: Pen-y-Llyn Llanfair-yn-Neubwll, LL65 3 LB
Facilities: dog-friendly, adults only, shop and café
Telephone: 01407 740017

  1. Anglesey Outdoors

Camping is available on land close to the Center with a couple of yurts and 2 bell tents.
Location: Porthdafarch Road, LL65 2LP
Facilities: dog-friendly, laundry, campfires, café and bar nearby
Telephone: 01407 769351

  1. Hafod Y Plas

A family-run milking farm where it is possible to relax and recharge one’s batteries.
Location: Hafod y Plas Rhoscolyn, Holyhead Anglesey LL65 2EJ
Facilities: ten pitches
Telephone: 01407860090

  1. Anglesey Yurts

An excellent yurt experience awaits you here. A warm welcome and every thought has been given to making your stay here very comfortable.
Location: Gwlgri, Rhydwyn LL65 4ED
Facilities: café/bar nearby, campfires allowed, yurts/tipis/pre-erected
Telephone: 0033389409758

  1. Blackthorn Farm

A family run B&B, camping and touring site situated on the peaceful Holy Island in North Wales.
Location: Penrhosfeilw, Trearddur Bay, LL65 2LT
Facilities: dog-friendly, disabled access, fishing, wildlife
Telephone: 01407 76526

  1. Bodfan Farm Camping Site

Situated on the western coast of lovely Anglesey in North Wales, a quiet family run camping site.
Location: Rhosneigr, LL64 5XA
Facilities: magnificent landscape, Open March to October
Telephone: 01407 810706

  1. Nant Isaf

A small family-run camping site hidden in the beautiful Anglesey countryside.
Location: Penygraigwen, Amlwch, LL69 9UF
Facilities: dogs allowed, tents, near a lake and near the coast
Telephone: 01248 410 144

  1. Ty Hen Holiday Park

Located on the west bank of Llyn Maelog this campsite is an award-winning campsite.
Location: Station Road, Rhosneigr, LL64 5QZ
Facilities: Iron Man Gym, Pool Room, Sauna, Play Park, open March to October
Telephone: 01407 810331

  1. Tyddyn Pwrpas

Friendly campsite that offers not just a warm welcome but is great for children as well.
Location: Newborough Llanfairpwllgwyngll, LL61 6TN
Facilities: kid friendly, excellent views of Snowdonia Mountain range, Open Easter to October
Telephone: 01248 440344

  1. Valley of the Rocks Campsite

Quiet, friendly campsite set in lovely well-kept grounds far from other campers.
Location: Porthdafarch Road, Holyhead LL65 2LL
Facilities: shop for sweeties for children, ideal for a peaceful holiday
Telephone: 01407 765787

  1. Nant-y-Big Campsites and touring park

Friendly staff and excellent facilities for toilet and shower
Location: Pwllheli LL53 7DB, UK
Facilities: spacious and big sea views, hot water, dishwashing
Phone: +44 1758 712686

  1. Penrallt Coastal Campsite

Friendly staff and great location.
Location: Penllech, Pwllheli LL53 8PB, UK
Facilities: great location, basic facilities
Phone: +44 1758 770654

  1. Bolmynydd Camping Ground

A nice camping site with hot water showers and neat pitches.
Location: Bolmynydd, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli LL53 7UP, UK
Facilities: excellent location, great views, 2 toilets in the gents, 3 in the ladies, well-spaced and well-kept pitches
Phone: +44 7882 850820

  1. The Willows Abersoch

Great food, one of the best run campsites in Gwyndaf. Quiet and lovely campsite.
Location: Myntho, Pwllheli, LL53 7RW, UK
Facilities: state of the art toilets, free Wi-Fi, disabled friendly, 20 touring pitches and up to 20 tents
Phone: +44 1758 740676

  1. Bodwrog

Excellent location and facilities. Located in tranquil surroundings, providing guests with excellent location to explore this part of beautiful North wales.
Location: Llanbedrog, Pwllheli, LL53 7RE, UK
Facilities: campsite and pod available for perfect family holidays
Phone: +44 1758 740341

  1. Away from It All

Enjoy your camping on the domes of a working farm in Wales. Great place to explore Llyn and Eifionydd.
Location: Penfras Isaf, Llwyndyrys, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6NG
Facilities: dog friendly, pleasant and spacious camping
Phone: +44 1758 750279

  1. Treheli Farm

Picturesque surroundings with pristine Jurassic beach and warm showers.
Location: B4413, Botwnnog, Pwllheli LL53 8, UK
Facilities: hot shower, good location

  1. Graeanfryn Farm

Situated a mile inland from the beautiful sandy beaches of north Lleyn Peninsula.
Location: Mora Nefyn, Gwynedd, LL53 6YQ
Facilities: place for 40 tents, showers, toilet, baby changing unit, washing and fridge/freezer
Phone: +44 1758 720455

  1. Bryn Farm

Beautiful farm that offers friendly and helpful service.
Location: Aberdaron, Pwllheli, LL53 8AP, UK
Phone: +44 1758 760260

  1. Henbant Bach Farm

Henbant Bach Farm has meadows, pasture, woodland, lakes and excellent views of the sea and mountains.
Location: Henbant Bach Farm, Tain Lon, Caernarfon, Ll54 5DF, UK
Facilities: yurt and Geo-dome available
Phone: +44 7786 316413
We hope you have an awesome camping trip where ever you go in north Wales. If you going, make sure you share your trip with us..

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Bit about the blogger : My names Nick Fraser and I’m a local Marine Geologist and Oceanographer. I have moved back to the island of Anglesey for the past four years having grown up here and moved away. I am a passionate outdoor lover with a penchant for all things natural. When I’m not blogging in ofter found on the water, climbing or out in the wild in and around north Wales.

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