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Ffrith Caravan Park North Wales | Prestatyn

Ffrith Caravan Park North Wales is set in 25 Acres of beautiful North Wales Coastline with direct access to a lovely sandy beach, Promenade, cycle paths and Sand dunes, Ffrith Park is in a fantastic location offering an amazing array of onsite facilities. Onsite we have: The Fabulous Lakeside Function Suite, A state-of-the-art ten pin bowling alley, Cafe, Bar 300 showing SKY Sports & BT Sports, Arena Function Room, Outdoor Beer Gardens and so much more.

HOT SHOWERS

NEARBY TRANSPORT

WI-FI

PET FRIENDLY

TOILET FACILITIES

LAUNDRY ONSITE

FACILITIES

Ffrith Caravan Park North Wales offer extensive facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

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The Area

Lake and mountains, Peaceful Remote location, Walkers’ paradise. Explore Ffrith Park.

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Entertainment

Bar/Restaurant, Bowling Alley, Pool Tables, Tennis nearby and much more. 

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Facilities

Hot Showers, Toilet block,
Washing-up area, Wifi Laundry. View our facilities.

VISIT US

You may have heard that the beaches of north Wales are something rather special… so might you like direct access to a long sandy stretch with promenade, dunes and cycle paths? Have a fab family stay at Denbighshire’s​ Ffrith Caravan Park North Wales. This is a dog-friendly park too, with miles of canine-suited walking paths accessible right outside, and is two minutes’ walk from the beach with easy access to the busy seaside towns of Prestatyn and Rhyl.
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Welcome to Ffrith beach touring park

 

The campsite will reopen on April 12th for self contained holidays only. No shared facilities will be open so you must use your own toilet and shower following the welsh government guidelines.

 While the facilities are closed there is 10% off all holidays.

Rest assured as soon as we are allowed to open fully we will do so.

The bar will remain closed until the welsh government announces an official opening date