Combining Country Camping with Village Life in Wales

You can never go wrong exploring the Welsh countryside and you can never go wrong visiting a charming local pub or inn. You’ll be able to combine both when visiting the Griffin Inn campground near the historical city of Wrexham.

The small campground is open all year round and is ideal for tent, motorhome, and caravan camping.

Country CampingThe friendly ground sits in a rural area of North Wales, right in the heart of some of the country’s finest countryside. It’s a fine place for hiking and lies close to the Alyn and Dee Rivers. The Griffin Inn is quiet and relaxing as it caters to families and couples.

There are two areas to the ground. The smaller section is for caravans with the larger field, which opens in April, used for tents. You’ll also find a block of hot showers and toilets along with a waste disposal, freezer facility, and pot-washing area.

There’s a pub in the Griffin Inn that serves traditional, local homemade meals seven days a week with a frequently-changing menu.

As a bonus, the ground is also very close to the ancient city of Chester as well as Wrexham. This means there’s ample opportunity to explore the local customs, history, traditions, and culture.

Some of the most popular nearby attractions are the Chester Zoo, Llangollen and steam railway, Snowdonia Mountain, Frontysylle Aqueduct, Cheshire Oaks Outlet Village, Trafford Centre and North Wales coastal towns.

The Griffin Inn Campground also offers electric hook-ups, and a chemical disposal. Dogs are always welcome to the campground. You won’t have to travel very far to find shops, tennis courts, golf courses, and public transportation.

The campground offers peace and quiet as well as superb location for delving into the local area. You should have no problem at all finding something rewarding to see and do.