Whether you consider yourself to be a winter person who enjoys the beauty of a snowflake, or you wish to experience what camping between the crunchy leaves of autumn feels like with your loved ones. You may be a camper who wants to enjoy the spring colours, or you are more than ready for summer adventures with the family. Whatever the time of year, get ready to explore the stunning regions of Wales through these motorhomes sites open all year.
1. Celtic Camping
With its stunning sea views, informative staff who are always on hand to help, spacious camping field, and great location, Celtic Camping is your ideal destination to explore South Wales. The campsite is only four miles away from St Davids, and within five minutes walking from the Pembrokeshire, you will find the Wildlife haven, as well as an incredible coastal path about 500m from the farm.
Best Features: As this UK campsite is open all year, it has a huge temporary indoor dining area to help make winter camping a bit easier. You also have internet access across the site. No matter the weather, campers will always have numerous activities to choose from: an indoor and outdoor pool nearby, cycling, fishing, golf nearby, and if you are looking for some new adventures you can try mountain biking, sailing, or water sports.
Suited for: If you are planning a family trip with your pet, this friendly site is what are you looking for with dogs permitted all year. The spacious field - where you can park your motorhome- will allow you to enjoy family time and carry with you precious memories, of sitting around campfires and barbecues in the alfresco (firewood or charcoal can be bought from the camping team). It could also be great for couples who are looking for a romantic escape and just want to enjoy relaxing near the beach.
Price starts from: £20 per night
GPS: 51.926251, -5.220083
St Davids, Haverfordwest SA62 6DG, UK
2. Rhosfawr Caravan and Camping Park
Within 10 minutes of the Wales Coastal Path, and with a mountain view you will find Rhosfawr Caravan and Camping Park. This friendly campsite features a game room, safe play area, and a cosy field perfect for your next family trip. You’ll struggle to find a more peaceful location, surrounded by a lake, mountain and various wildlife.
Best Features: This motorhome site is not only open all year, but also has ideal proximity to the best sights of the region! The campsite is a 10 minutes drive from Pwllheli where you can enjoy the steam safaris, hill walks, and castle tours. You will also have the chance to practice your favorite hobbies such as cycling, horse riding, fishing, or sailing. And don't worry about leaving Fluffy behind, as dogs are allowed all year!
Suited for: Despite being a family-friendly site, the peaceful view and fresh air is just what you need if you are traveling alone. Take a good book, a pair of hiking boots and cherish this chance to reconnect with yourself.
Price starts from: £24 per night.
GPS: 52.928140, -4.421718
Y Ffôr, Pwllheli LL53 6YA, UK
3. Coastal Stay
Every pitch of this campsite has a view of the ocean. With all the busy, loud and stressful lives we lead, Coastal Stay will allow you to merge with nature again! Watching the amazing sun set into the sea, sitting around the campfire under the stars, toasting marshmallows and sharing precious moments, what could be better?
Best Features: The pitches are set around a natural spring-fed lake to give you a true paradise. This small and cosy campsite in Wales is less than a mile from Abereiddy beach and the Blue Lagoon, and the fishing village of Porthgain is a mile away from the site. You will also enjoy the homemade pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven, yum!
Suited for: If you want to build a connection between your kids and nature, you will find this to be the perfect place. You will love the camp’s dog, the goats waddling around you and the adorable miniature horses. The campsite is also recommended for couples and for travellers who like to travel alone, walk and explore.
Price starts from: £24 per night.
GPS: 51.933084, -5.182656
Noddfa Farm, Haverfordwest SA62 6DP, UK
4. Torrent Walk Campsite and Bunkhouse:
Are you a hiker, biker or both? Then Torrent Walk Campsite is a real gem for you. Within only 500 meters you will find the Coed-y-Brenin mountain bike centre. And if you are looking for a new extreme adventure ,what about ziplining? As the campsite is only 35 minutes drive away from the Zip World Bounce Below.
Best Features: The clean showers and beautiful valley is just what you need in the morning! Whatever you require for your trip will be available at the village of Dolgellau, which is a mile and a half away from the campsite. Not to mention that most of the pitches have electrical outputs. Campers will also have access to washing machines and drying facilities, ensuring you can look and feel your best every day. The friendly team of the campsite can also store your bike if needed.
Suited for: Bikers and hikers will appreciate the location of the campsite as it surrounded by woodland, farmland and mountainous terrain. Families with children will also enjoy the nearby indoor pool and maybe find their own ways to have fun, such as feeding the ducks and storytelling around the campfire.
Price starts from: £16 per night.
GPS: 52.748746, -3.857265
Dolgun Uchaf, Dolgellau LL40 2AB, UK
5. Gateway Resort
In the south of Wales, a mere 10 minutes drive from Llanelli, your nights will be decorated with melodies at Gateway Resort! At this musical site, singers will infiltrate your nights with the joy of music, and if you feel inspired you can always join karaoke night.
Best Features: This campsite is a whole package! All your nights will be organized with a range of entertainment activities.So if you are not a singer, find your seat at the bingo or quiz night, or just enjoy a quiet night at the bar -restaurant of the site. It is also open all day for breakfast, snacks, and a range of drinks. The lovely campsite team also provides a games corner with games and craft activities. Which might allow you to enjoy time for yourself at the fishing lake or maybe just relax at the indoor swimming pool with the bubble machine.
Suited for: Whether you’re travelling alone or as a couple, this is the ideal campsite for those looking to relax as well as those seeking a thrill. This place is also perfect for families through cosy, musical nights and a nearby farm park and beach, kids will adore Gateway Resort.
Price starts from: £16 per night.
GPS: 51.663674, -4.104372
Millennium Coast Bynea, Llanelli SA14 9SN, UK
No matter the time of the year, a motorhome holiday is always possible and fun!It’s the time to plan for your next camping trip, so rent a campervan and head to one of these motorhome sites open all year to enjoy the gorgeous nature of Wales. Rent a campervan easily with Goboony and get ready for priceless memories.