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Wake up on a Welsh headland with bay, coast and cliff views, grab lunch of Minai mussels or (and) Snowdonia cheese at the campsite gastropub, then take your toes to sink into the sand of the site’s own private beach just a minute’s walk from reception…we heaved a wistful sigh just typing that. So we think a hol at St David’s Park at Red Wharf Bay on the Isle of Anglesey is a rollickingly safe bet for all things chilled, with the modern essentials you need on site and the attractions of Anglesey on your sandy doorstep.
But back to those views: the camping fields at St David’s Park are right on the headland, with views over the east Anglesey coast, the Red Wharf Estuary towards Victorian favourite Llandudno and the limestone headland of Great Orme – well, the whole area is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and designated nature reserve…And happily, the gastropub on site, The Tavern on the Bay, also overlooks the beach and bay for viewsome vittles.
For essentials other than the views and the pub, there’s a big modern shower block with underfloor heating and free use of all amenities including power showers, hairdryers, baby-changing facilities, disabled shower room and family bathroom with corner bath. There’s also a popular play area on site with cycling area and mini football pitch.
All pitches at St David’s Park are soft standing and come with electric hookup and aerial points, with water and waste disposal points easily accessible.
We do not accept group bookings or same sex groups.
No jetskis, gazebos, open fires, disposable BBQs, fireworks or boats allowed.