Camping for kids: Camping & caravan sites Kids love camping. Simple as that. So here are some of the best sites in Wales for tents, caravans and motorhomes, whether you’re after stripped-down simplicity in the remote hills, a yurt by the beach, or the full monty of heated swimming pools and evening entertainment. A Tyddyn Isaf, Anglesey Tyddyn Isaf, Anglesey by Hayley Mount-Leonard This family run, family friendly camping and caravan park deservedly won the AA Wales Campsite of the Year 2014. Set on the northeast coast of Anglesey, it’s got an adventure playground for children, a footpath down to Lligwy beach, plus a shop and a small restaurant. B Plassey Holiday Park, near Wrexham Plassey Holiday Park, North Wales by Plassey Holiday Park A former dairy farm in the Dee Valley is the setting for this multi-award winning, five-star leisure park for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. The facilities are brilliant: heated indoor swimming pool, craft and retail centre, golf course, coffee shop and restaurant, and even its own brewery. There are special activity days for kids and an entire Welsh castle themed adventure play park. C Quay West, New Quay Hafan Y Mor holiday park, Pwllheli by Haven Holidays New Quay is a gorgeous harbour town and the dolphin spotting capital of Wales, and up on the cliffs above it, this all action holiday park has its own heated pools, woodland nature walks and on-site restaurant, bar and evening entertainment. D Cosy Under Canvas, Kington Cosy Under Canvas, Kington by Emma Price, Cosy Under Canvas Voted the top ‘alternative accommodation’ in the 2013 Wales Tourism Awards, this magical glamping experience has luxurious yurts and domes in the most idyllic natural woodland surroundings, a stone’s throw from Hay on Wye. Paddling in streams, wood-fired hot-tubs, camp-fires, starry night skies…what’s not to love? F Trellyn Camping, Abercastle Walking at Pwllderi, Pembrokeshire Coast Path This small patch of Pembrokeshire heaven keeps itself deliberately small and beautiful, with just five pitches, two domes, two yurts and a tepee. But you do get a wood-fired sauna and pizza oven, and fresh lobster and crab delivered to your door (or rather, flap) from the nearby beach. Heaven. G Bala Caravan Park, Snowdonia Bala lake, Snowdonia Mountains and Coast by Alyson Bainbridge This caravan and chalet park is set in the grounds of a Victorian country house overlooking beautiful Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid), the area’s best water-sports attraction. It’s also a great base for mountain holidays, with Snowdonia to the west, the Clwydians to the right, and within striking distance of the coast. H Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Three Cliffs Bay, Swansea by Mark Button You’ll wake up to arguably the best view of any campsite in Britain here: a glorious hilltop location overlooking the iconic Three Cliffs Bay. All the attractions of Gower and nearby Swansea are on the doorstep, and they take caravans, motorhomes and tents, as well as offering three barn conversions for let. I Caerfai Farm, St Davids St David's Cathedral, Pembrokeshire by seentwistle Camping, cottages, and yurts, set on a clifftop with direct access to the Wales Coast Path. Not enough? The tiny cathedral city of St Davids is a short walk away, and so is the stunning little port of Porthclais. You want even more? They’ve got organic farm and they make their own cheese. There. That settles it. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Wales on Film Wales has been host to hundreds of films. Here are some of those scene-stealing performances. It’s a living thing Children can make history at one of our brilliant living history museums. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Wild winter in the north Ravens, choughs, baby seals – and hundreds of thousands of wintering birds. North Wales attractions Where to go and what to see during your adventure across the lands and seas of North Wales.