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Camping in Crickhowell

The name Crickhowell is taken from that of the nearby Iron Age hill fort of Crug Hywel above the town, the Welsh language name being anglicised by map-makers and local English-speaking people. The town lies on the River Usk, on the southern edge of the Black Mountains and in the eastern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Significant parts of the surrounding countryside, over 20,000 acres, (80 km²) form part of the Glanusk Park estate. The town has a population of around 2,800 people.

Today, Crickhowell is a popular tourist destination. In 2005 a Tourist Information centre was built in the centre of town and during summer the town is notably busier. Most people visit Crickhowell to see the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, and maybe enjoy some mountain-biking, camping, hillwalking, rock climbing, fly-fishing, hang-gliding, caravanning or simply tour the area by car staying at Bed-and-breakfasts.

Cwmdu Caravan and Camping Site

Open Easter - October | 77 Pitches

Cwmdu Caravan and Camping Site lies at the foot of the Black Mountains at the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. This peaceful site is an ideal base from which to explore the most beautiful parts of South and Mid Wales.

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Cwrt Isaf Caravan and Camping Site

Open All Year | 10 Pitches

Cwrt-Isaf Caravan and Camping Site is located in the beautiful Usk Valley where the Beacons and Black Mountains meet.
Nestling between the River Usk and the Monmouthshire Brecon Canal, with superb views through the valley to Pen Cerrig and Table Mountain.

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