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Camping in Caernarfon

Caernarfon has a small harbour, and a Blue Flag beach at Victoria Harbour. The location of the town creates a lovely view across the Afon Menai towards the south of Anglesey.

Focal point Y Maes or 'Castle Square' in English was refurbished in 2009, causing much controversy when a historical feature of the town was taken down; namely a very old oak tree, situated outside the HSBC bank. Re-opened in July 2009 by the local politician and Heritage Minister of Wales, Alun Ffred Jones AM, the use of beautiful local slate is very prominent in the new Maes.

There is a small hospital in the town, 'Ysbyty Eryri'. It does hold an Accident and Emergency unit. The nearest regional large hospital is Ysbyty Gwynedd, in Bangor.

Gwynedd County Council's head offices are situated in the town. The local court serves the town and the rest of North West Wales, and in 2009 moved to a multi-million pound court complex on Llanberis Road. Caernarfon has been chosen as the location of a new prison. HMP Caernarfon will hold up to 800 adult males when constructed, and will take prisoners from all over the North Wales area.

The town is twinned with Landerneau in Britanny.

Aberafon Camp Site

Open March - September

The site adjoins a private beach which is safe for bathing and there is access for boat launching. There are 15 acres of valley grounds, 5 acres of which are sheltered, level pitches.

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Bryn Gloch

Open All Year | 160 Pitches

Bryn Gloch is a truly beautiful caravan, camping and holiday location at the foot of Snowdon in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales. This award winning site is set on the banks of the river Gwyrfai and has fantastic views from all parts of the park.

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Cae Bach Campsite & Touring Park

Open March - October

The campsite itself is located on Graianog farm. Graianog is a Welsh hill farm where we the Hughes family farm sheep and beef. Situated in a spacious field the site allows plenty of breathing space for each pitch. Children are warmly welcome as are well behaved pets.

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Cae Clyd Campsite & Touring Park

Open March - October

Cae Clyd Caernarfon Bay campsite and touring park is a new certified site which can be found along the North Wales Coast just outside Pontllyfni between Caernarfon and Pwllheli. This delightful coastal setting is surrounded by panoramic views. With a private footpath leading to the beach.

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