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North Wales Wild Camping

Postby bigblue » 08 May 2013, 15:59

Any suggestions for wild camping spots anywhere in North Wales. Thinking of doing a trip next week. :ok
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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby lloydy » 08 May 2013, 16:35

we spent a evening here https://ssl.panoramio.com/photo/21363516
really nice, with a good walk/cycle arouind the lake if you like. a few dog walkers park there, other than thay you will probably have the place to yourself (bar the midges!)
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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby lefty67 » 08 May 2013, 20:44

plenty around anglesey and llyn peninsula if your going that way
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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby fairwynds » 08 May 2013, 21:05

beautiful spots around Lake Vrnwy, then on to Bala (pic on my post)...

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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby xmarkx » 09 May 2013, 15:56

Did two weeks wild camping round Wales last year starting in the North and headed South never had any problems finding somewhere to stay. Just head to where you want go then find something when you get there.
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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby RussT3 » 09 May 2013, 20:58

Take the road to canarfon airport ( only a very small airfield right next to beach) there's a couple of car parks that go up to the sand, it overlooks angalsea. Beautiful stretch of coastline and sunset was breath taking when we stayed there last year. A few motorhome also stayed there. Come out of canarfon town heading south and turn right of main road after about 2 miles. Follow lanes for another mile or so. Hope you have a great time and let us all know of any good spots you may stumble upon along the way.
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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby lefty67 » 10 May 2013, 12:35

RussT3 wrote:Take the road to canarfon airport ( only a very small airfield right next to beach) there's a couple of car parks that go up to the sand, it overlooks angalsea. Beautiful stretch of coastline and sunset was breath taking when we stayed there last year. A few motorhome also stayed there. Come out of canarfon town heading south and turn right of main road after about 2 miles. Follow lanes for another mile or so. Hope you have a great time and let us all know of any good spots you may stumble upon along the way.


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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby bigblue » 10 May 2013, 16:15

Thanks folks, lots of good ideas and info.
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Re: North Wales Wild Camping

Postby RussT3 » 11 May 2013, 13:57

Yes lefty youve got it. I wasnt sure on name of place but just done google map search. Its smack in between caravan park and airfield. Theres signs saying no overnight parking on carpark nearest caravan park but the car park up by the airfield doesnt have signs up.
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