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The best holiday parks and campsites in Wales with indoor pools

Fancy floating about at a campsite in Wales with an indoor pool? You’re in luck – wherever you want to submerge yourself in this compact country, there’s a park with aquatic amenities amid spectacular scenery for ace explores between dips.

Once you’ve decided which of the splash-worthy sites on Pitchup to pick for your trip, click the book button and start stuffing swimming costumes into your suitcase (plus a pair of hiking boots for getting out into the green surrounds…).

What campsites in Wales with indoor pools are available?

If you’re of the (very valid) opinion that a holiday isn’t complete without an indoor swimming pool to drench yourself in, check out each of the individual listings on this page to choose between the aqua-based amenities available. There are plunge pools for quick dips, as well as almost-Olympic-sized options if you’re one for swimming laps. 

Touring with the tiddlers? Seek out campsites with waterslides attached to spacious indoor pools; paddling areas for particularly young ones to splash about in are on hand as well with lots of room for parents to supervise swims.

If you’re chugging about in the chilly months, there’s not much cosier than a Wales holiday park with a heated swimming pool (unless the blissful base you’ve plumped for has a sauna and steam room to steep yourself in too…).

When the mercury rises outdoors, crack on over to campsites in Wales with pools indoor and outdoors, or make like you’re in the Caribbean (rather than Carmarthenshire) at a park with ample room for sunning yourself under the rays.

Fitness fan? Certain campsites also have well-equipped gyms in their wellness centres for working out without any need to get wet.

Which area of Wales should you amble around?

If you’re off camping in north Wales, consider pitching up a tent in Conwy. When you’re not saturating yourself in the swimming pool, the beaches of Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, as well as the tricky trekking trails across the mighty mountains of Snowdonia National Park, are destinations to add to the bucket list.

Camping in south Wales, meanwhile, means roams around the Brecon Beacons’ waterfall-lined hills and trips into Cardiff for shopping in the independent boutiques at the Victorian covered arcades. 

In west Wales, there are campsites with indoor swimming pools a stone’s throw away from the stunning seaside in Pembrokeshire – the only coastal national park in the UK. Some are close to the beaches in Ceredigion as well – fantastic if you fancy dawdling off for a bit of dolphin-spotting in Cardigan Bay. 

Wherever you’re thinking of ending up, it’s not just traditional pick-your-own-pitch sites available – there are also holiday parks in Wales with caravans, rental tents and other cosy digs to check out.

Countryside or coast? Opt for either at a campsite in Wales with an indoor pool

Wild swimmers can mix things up with sea submerges as well as pool plunges by perusing parks within 15 miles of the beach, while thrill-seeking folk will want to wend their way to sites near watersports schools – kitesurfing, surfboarding, sailing and coasteering are some of the aqua-based activities available at coastal resorts in Wales. 

If the countryside is calling, select a spot in spectacular scenery and set off out in the open air for stonking views to soak up as you dry off after a dip; there are also parks in wildlife havens for the animal aficionados out there. 

Craving a break without the kids (or just don’t have them in the first place)? A peaceful park might suit. Amblers, on the other hand, are sorted with a week in a walkers’ paradise close to trails zig-zagging across the countryside or along the coast.

A top tip for trekkers: just about any section of seaside in Wales is stellar for strolling as a countrywide path runs beside all the beaches and cliffs at the coast. 

Campsites in Wales with pools indoors (and more)

Other ways to get wet when staying at a campsite or holiday park in Wales with a pool include kayaking and canoeing. Adventurous types are sorted at sites with close proximity to horse riding, golfing, fishing and cycling as well. 

When towing the tiddlers along on a hol, keep an eye out for kid-friendly facilities like outdoor playgrounds and organised clubs; a selection of sites also have amusement arcades for those classic seaside resort vibes, while others contain games rooms with pool tables and bowling alleys to have a go on.

Mams, dads and guardians haven’t been neglected either, with evening entertainment put on at some parks (settle in for everything from cabaret shows to live music – Wales isn’t called the Land of the Song for nothing) and restaurants serving up tasty local grub for relaxed meals with or without the small sorts.

More of an angler than a swimmer? Pick out a park centred around a fishing lake stocked with critters ranging from trout to carp and attempt reeling in a couple with your rod while your fellow travellers make the most of the indoor swimming pool.

Or maybe you’d rather mosey about in a lovely landscape? Wanderers can while away the days on a site with acres’ worth of lush greenery dotted with pretty plants.

Think you’d prefer to take the plunge out in the open air rather than inside? Have a look at our campsites with outdoor swimming pools in Wales.