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White Tower Caravan Park, Caernarfon, North Wales

White Tower Caravan Park
Llandwrog
Caernarfon
North Wales

LL54 5UH | View map
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Open 1st March - 10th January 
Take a moment. Take in the peace & quiet of White Tower Holiday Park – and take a look around at your lovely surroundings. You’re in the heart of the countryside, only minutes from the beach and within sight of the towering mountains of Snowdonia. So take time to relax, enjoy your surroundings, & explore this beautiful, unspoilt landscape that’s now your very own. White Tower Holiday Park is just three miles south of Caernarfon and even nearer to the beach at Dinas Dinlle. Situated in a quiet rural setting, it’s ideally placed for touring and caravan holidays in North Wales, Snowdonia & the Llyn Peninsula. The magical landscape embraces rugged mountains, cliff-tops & deserted beaches making this family holiday park an idyllic destination for caravan holidays in North Wales.There’s no shortage of great family activities just a short distance from White Tower Holiday Park! You’re only ten miles from Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon, and from here you can catch a train to the summit of the mountain. Or, for the more energetic, there are several different footpaths which enable you to reach the summit of Snowdon some 3,560 feet above sea level. We have an excellent range of family facilities at White Tower including an outdoor heated swimming pool, childrens play area, clubhouse including family room, launderette and games room .

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