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Camping in Carmarthen

Carmarthen ( Not to be confused with Caernarfon or Cwmafan ) is a community and the county town of Carmarthenshire, Wales. It is sited on the River Towy and lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales. In 2001, the combined population of the town's three wards was 13,760.

Carmarthen has a number of surviving heritage attractions including the Roman amphitheater and medieval castle. The Gwili Railway, a section of the former railway line to Aberystwyth, has been re-opened as a heritage railway for tourists.

Afon Lodge Park

Open March - January

Afon Lodge Park is a small secluded park comprising of 3acres of woodland and 2acres of grass.
Set in beautiful wooded valley with lovely countryside views. The perfect place to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside.

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Ants Hill Caravan Park

Open March - October | 60 Pitches

Antshill is a friendly family park situated in the countryside of South West Wales with peaceful & pleasing rural views. We cater for tents, static and touring caravans; seasonal pitches are available.

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Church House Farm

Open All Year | 15 Pitches

Our campsite is situated on the outskirts of the Parish of Llangain, four miles south from the medieval town of Carmarthen.
This Parish is beautifully situated on the north bank of the River Towy.

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