North Wales is a beautiful and rural region with a spectacular, varied landscape. Ranging from the green valleys and hills surrounding Denbighshire in the east, to the vast rugged mountains of Snowdonia National Park in the west, it is a haven for both outdoor enthusiasts and sightseers.
Vale Holiday Parks in North Wales
It's easy to see why people are drawn to scenic North Wales for their holidays - it’s a literal breath of fresh air from city and suburban living.
If you’re looking to spend time with nature in the great outdoors, then you’ll find Loggerheads Country Park on your doorstep. This is an ideal place to head for long peaceful walks in a scenic river valley. If you want more of an adrenaline hit, you’re also minutes away from the forest Coed Llandegla which is home to some of the UK’s best mountain bike trails.
This part of North Wales is only a short drive from some of the most beautiful coastal areas as well. So whatever you fancy when on holiday, there’s something for everyone!
North Wales at a glance
You’ll find ParcFarm Holiday Park nestled in the heart of the North Wales countryside. Surrounded by rolling hills and mountains, forests and streams, this beautiful holiday park is the perfect place to come to recharge.
The park itself sits right on the edge of this stunning part of Wales which is famously home to Snowdonia Park. Close by, you will find the historic and charming towns of Mold, Llangollen and Ruthin. Steam trains, old stone buildings and country pubs form the backdrop of these beautiful towns which are fantastic places for day trips.
Frequently Asked Questions
QWhat fun activities are there to do in North Wales?A
Fun activities to do in North Wales are:
- Mountain biking in Llandegla Forest
- Llangollen Canal via horse drawn boat trip
- Welsh Mountain Zoo
- Rhyl Seaquarium
- National Botanic Garden of Wales
- Snowdon Mountain Railway
QWhat are the best places to visit in North Wales?A
The best places to visit in North Wales are:
- Loggerheads Country Park
- Snowdonia National Park