Caravan parks with wheelchair access near Bangor

Expect coastal views, student life, and easy access to nearby natural beauty spots in Bangor.

93% (94 reviews)
93% (94 reviews)

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7 top wheelchair-accessible caravan sites near Bangor

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Bwch Yn Uchaf

20 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Bala, Wales
Narrow-gauge steam railway station, countryside views, gorgeous riverside setting. What's not to love?!
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Gwerniago Camping Site

5 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Machynlleth, Powys, Mid Wales
Leave it to your kids’ imagination when it comes to this site. Rocky outcrops and magical valleys. It’s a proper fairytale of a site.
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£15
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Gwersyllt Rhos y Gallt Campsite

10 units · Tents12 acres · Powys, Mid Wales
Guests to Rhos y Gallt describe the campsite as a little gem of a site - small, quite and tranquil with wonderful sunsets. The site can accommodate up to 5 caravans and 10 tents situated ​on a level 2 acre site within the beautiful rolling hills of Montgomeryshire in Mid Wales. There are hard standing pitches with electric hook-up as well as grass pitches with and without electric hook-up. There is also a field bordering a river which is used for wild camping - but you'll have to share it with the sheep! The toilet block has a family wet room with shower, toilet, wash hand basin and baby changing unit, a separate toilet, shower and kitchen area with freezer. The site borders a river meadow where visitors can wonder down and take a walk down with the river bank, relax by the water edge, throw a few skimmers, do a spot of fishing or even go wild water swimming (at your own risk!). ​Well behaved dogs are welcome (maximum 2 per unit). ​We were delighted to receive a nomination for The Camping and Caravanning Club Best Hideaway Site in 2021 and grateful to our wonderful guests for the nomination. ​
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Baystone Bank Farm Campsite

17 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Millom, England
Lake District camping on a working farm with a stream to splash in, campfires encouraged and a horse-riding centre on the doorstep
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Camp at Nantgwynfaen Organic Farm

5 units · Motorhomes, Tents60 acres · Llandysul, Wales
Five private camping pitches on an organic farm in the Teifi Valley
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£15
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Near Gatten Farm

7 acres · Shrewsbury, Shropshire, West Midlands
We are a small basic 7 acre campsite in the Shropshire hills between the long mynd and the stipperstones great for wild camping. So offers great walks and mountain biking. Carding Mill Valley is just a short drive which is great place for exploring and playing in the streams or wild swimming in the reservoir. It is a simple site with toilets showers and we have a canteen with a kettle, fridge, microwave, tables and chairs, sink area and power. The campsite is on the side of a hill but there are pleanty of flat areas to pitch up. The campsite has lovely views of the surrounding area. We do allow fire's and can supply fire pits and wood. We have an undercover area which can be used as cover from rain, this area also has a pool table. We allow tents, caravans, motor homes, although dont have electric hookups. We can allow group bookings. We use the site for a festival once a year and the stage is a permanent structure as is the bar and medic cabins, these will not affect your stay in anyway just making you aware they are there.
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£9
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Llainterfyn Camping

1 unit · Motorhome, Tent7 acres · Crymych, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A simple rural campsite near the Preseli Hills in West Wales
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£20
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Caravan parks with wheelchair access near Bangor guide

Overview

Sandwiched between the Isle of Anglesey and Snowdonia National Park, Bangor is a lively student city that makes a great base for exploring the wider North and West Wales regions. History buffs will find a lot to love about Bangor—home to an originally 6th-century cathedral, imposing Penrhyn Castle, and the Victorian Garth pier—while adventurers will relish the city’s nearby watersports, walking, and biking offerings, including the North Wales Coast Path which starts in Bangor. Culture fiends shouldn’t skip Storiel, while campers are well-catered to by farmyard campgrounds, caravan parks, and glamping sites.     

Where to go

Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park is dominated by craggy snow-capped peaks and Welsh-speaking mountain villages like Beddgelert, as well as glacial lakes, the Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park and its mountain biking trails, and stretches of sandy coastline, including one of the only nudist beaches in Wales. Explore on foot or horseback, by train or bike, before pitching your tent at campgrounds at the base of mountains, glamping pods near slate quarries-turned-adventure activity centres, or caravan parks near the coast.

Isle of Anglesey

Replete with glamping grounds, caravan parks, and seaview campsites, Anglesey off the coast of northwest Wales is a must-visit for lovers of adventure and the great outdoors. Not only is Anglesey home to several castles, this secluded and historical island is looped by a scenic coastal path and is the ideal place to try sea kayaking, coasteering, and surfing.

Llŷn Peninsula

Campers will be spoilt for choice on the Llŷn Peninsula—also known as Snowdon’s Arm—a scenic spot home to numerous Blue Flag beaches, surfable and sailable seas in Abersoch and Pwllheli, and charming seaside towns, as well as glamping pods, caravan parks, and sea view campsites. Go to one of the coolest pubs in the region (it’s situated quite literally on the beach!) or walk the coastal path before visiting nearby Bardsey Island, a birdwatching hotspot.

When to go

Bangor is warmer over the summer months between June and September, although this is also peak tourism season. September is a good time to visit the city if you plan to go further afield and explore but this is also when the annual university cohort arrives, and Bangor proper can therefore feel rowdier than usual. Both spring and autumn are generally quieter and pleasant (even for camping), while February welcomes the annual Bangor Music Festival.

Know before you go

  • Several camping stores sit in Bangor and the surrounding areas, so don’t worry if you’ve forgotten any essential items.
  • Bangor is well-connected by road and rail with other English and Welsh destinations, including Liverpool, Holyhead, Manchester, Cardiff, and even London.
  • The student population in Bangor means that dining options are abundant and usually affordable.
  • You can buy ferry tickets for Dublin (which depart from Holyhead) in Bangor city centre.

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