When visiting the countryside of North Wales, you’d think the land was made specifically for camping as it’s an ideal place to pitch a tent and explore the surroundings.
One of these places is Gwern Gof Isaf, which is located on a traditional Welsh hill farm set in the heart of the mountains at the bottom of the Tryfan Peak.
The campsite is situated on a 750 acre National Trust farm in Conwy, called Snowdonia National Park and is a superb base for hiking and climbing the close by mountain peaks of the Carneddau and Glyders.
In fact, the National Mountaineering Centre at is located just three miles away in Plas-y-Brenin.
The campsite is ideal for individuals, families, and groups, as it features washbasins, hot showers, toilets, and electrical hook-ups. It’s open all year round and is suitable for tents and caravans. There are also two bunk houses on site which are located in traditional farm buildings.
The campsite is great for cycling, hiking, mountain climbing, canoeing, horseback riding, and other adventurous outdoor activities. The price is right, the scenery is wonderful and you’ll likely run into a few friendly farm animals while enjoying your camping trip.