Campsites in Barmouth, Gwynedd from £9.45 p/n 2024
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Campsites in Barmouth

Beautiful Barmouth Campsites

Barmouth is a beautiful seaside town resort on the edge of Mawddach Estuary. Experience stunning views of Barmouth Harbour and Mawddach Estuary or browse the collection of charming seaside shops. With a plethora of activities to enjoy, Barmouth makes for an ideal camping destination. See a list of our Barmouth campsites and book today!

Barmouth camping FAQs

What are the best campsites in Barmouth?
Our lovely Llanystumdwy Club Site is just a 45-minute drive from Barmouth and is an area of outstanding beauty. We also have a number of member-exclusive sites near Barmouth.
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Can you wild camp in Barmouth?
The rules for wild camping are complex, read our guide to wild camping to learn more.
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Which Barmouth campsites are open all year round?
See a list of our campsites open all year round here.
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Which campsites in Barmouth are near the beach?
Our beautiful Llanystumdwy Club Site has a sandy beach in the nearby town, Criccieth. See a list of our beach campsites here.
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What campsites in Barmouth are dog friendly?
All of our Club Sites are dog friendly, you can see a full list of our dog friendly campsites.
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Things to do and see while camping in Barmouth

  • Mawddach Estuary and Trail

With unforgettable walks, popular cycle routes, incredible mountains and golden beaches with sparkling waters, Mawddach Estuary is one of Snowdonia National Park’s most well-loved locations, making surrounding locations ideal campsite destinations. Embark on the Mawddach Trail, a 9 mile walking trail suitable for all capabilities that showcases some of Snowdonia’s finest beauty including lush valleys and fields.

  • Barmouth Bridge

Built in the 19th century, Barmouth Bridge is a largely wooden railway viaduct around 700 metres long. Take a walk along the bridge and marvel at the magnificent views of the Mawddach Estuary and the surrounding scenery.

  • Panorama Walk

Soak in the stunning views of Barmouth Harbour, the estuary and Cadar Idris on the Panorama Walk, just one of the many walks along the Mawddach Estuary. Beginning in Barmouth, this trail takes you through beautiful woodland and remarkable open landscape to admire.

  • Traeth Abermaw Beach

Spend the day lounging in the sun, paddling in the sea and building impressive sandcastles at Traeth Abermaw beach. Located in south Snowdonia, Abermaw Beach is the perfect destination for families with young kids. There are also many restaurants, fish and chip shops and ice cream parlors situated nearby.

  • Harlech Castle

Step back in time to Harlech Castle, an impressive fortress built in the 1200s by Edward I during his conquest of Wales. Just a 28-minute drive from our Llanystumdwy Club Site, Harlech Castle is rich in enthralling history and hosts incredible coastal views. Enjoy a stroll round the castle grounds and visit the quaint seaside town of Harlech. The castle is just a 28-minute drive from our Llanystumdwy Club Site

  • Dragon Theatre

The Dragon Theatre is a beautiful converted Victorian chapel that now stands as a theatre auditorium with up to 186 seats. There is a year-round programme of exciting activities and events, including film screenings, community theatre, music concerts and more.

  • SUP Barmouth

Due to the stunning estuary and harbour, Barmouth is kitted out with the perfect resources for a range of outdoor activities, including Stand Up Paddle Boarding. SUP Barmouth offers SUP lessons all year round for both beginners and more advanced paddle boarders!

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