Henllan Caravan Park, Powys

Residential and Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Henllan Caravan Park Have?

Club house
Games and TV room
Bowling green

What's Near to Henllan Caravan Park

Powysland Museum
Domen Castle
Long Mountain


Henllan Caravan Park is a pretty, three-star rated campsite that sits on the banks of the River Banwy, a short distance west of Welshpool. This campsite in Wales welcomes motorhomes, touring caravans and tents, while there are also a number of permanent holiday homes here that can be hired. All touring pitches are hardstanding and have electric hook-ups plus water and waste connections. In addition, there are also a number of caravans and chalets available for purchase, should guests wish to make this beautiful part of Wales their regular holiday escape.Facilities available on-site for guests to use include toilets and showers, a laundry room, a children’s play area, and a games room with a pool table and an arcade machine. There is also a nine-acre area dedicated to pitch and putt golf, and a bowling green that is open throughout the season, weather permitting, and is available for guests to use while also attracting keen players from the local area, meaning there is always some friendly competition going on at the park! If you've pitched here, you can take advantage of the campsite's proximity to the river and enjoy trout fishing at various points along the banks. Within walking distance of the park is a bar and restaurant, which welcomes the whole family and hosts some brilliant live entertainment most Saturday evenings.Much of wonderful Wales is waiting for you to explore and is easy to access when you're staying at Henllan Caravan Park. Snowdonia National Park is a short drive away – are you brave enough to hike up Snowdon? Of course, you can always take the train and still soak in the views from the summit. Even if mountain climbing isn't your thing, there are plenty of fabulous vistas to drink in when visiting this national park, and whether you're on foot, you're cycling, you're on horseback, or even if you're pushing a buggy or you suffer mobility issues, you can still discover and enjoy the area, its lakes, mountains, valleys, woodland and much more.As this campsite sits just off the A458, it's peaceful yet at the same time very accessible. Powis Castle and Garden, administered by the National Trust, is less than 20 minutes by car along the A458. And as you're quite near the Welsh/English border, the town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire is also within reach (about an hour's drive away) as is Oswestry, the latter under 45 minutes away. Or how about some time spent wandering or maybe cycling round the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on your camping and caravan holidays in Wales?If you fancy a day out at the beach, get an early start and make the two-hour drive to the north coast of Wales, where places like Colwyn Bay and Rhyl await you. Indeed, Aberystwyth, on the west coast of Wales, is around 90 minutes from Henllan Caravan Park, this historic market town and resort with plenty to offer besides its famous Royal Pier and rather fine seafront.


Henllan Caravan Park
SY21 9EJ