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Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia was designated a National Park following the 1949 National Park and Access to the Countryside Act. A study to identify boundaries for the National Park began in 1950 and a team from the National Parks Commission including Clough Williams-Ellis recommended the boundary we have today. The criterion for inclusion in the Park was outstanding scenic beauty, which led to the exclusion of the slate production areas and some urban developments. Snowdonia National Park came into existence on the 18th of October 1951. It was the third National Park to be designated in Britain, and the first in Wales. Today, Snowdonia is one of 14 National Parks in Britain. In 1996, following the 1995 Environment Act, the Snowdonia National Park became an independent Authority. Snowdonia National Park covers 823 square miles of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside in North Wales. It is an area where people live and work but also where thousands come to relax and enjoy a wide range of leisure activities. Welcome to 'Snowdonia for All' which is currently being developed to help and encourage those who are disabled, less able or have young children to visit Snowdonia and have an enjoyable and relaxing time. We very much hope to give information which will help you make the best choices for your day out in Snowdonia.

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Gwern Gof Isaf Farm

Capel Curig
Tel: 01690 720276
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This is a family run campsite on a National Trust Farm of some 750 acres. There are hot and cold showers and toilets. Climbing and abseiling available on site, groups or individuals welcome. The site is used by schools, colleges, scouts and Duke of Edinburgh Award students. ...

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Dinas Farm

Tel: (0)1341 241585
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A country lane brings you to Dinas, a 100-acre hill sheep farm, comprising of a traditional stone farmhouse, and a small secluded caravan and camping site, with its own scenic lake.The farm has been my family home for generations and is situated in the valley of Cwm Bychan, a beautiful and...

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Llechrwd Riverside Camping

Blaenau Ffestiniog
Tel: 01766 590240
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Llechrwd is a small family run scenic site on the river Dwyryd in the beautiful Vale of Ffestiniog within Snowdonia National Park. There are 8 tourer pitches with electric hook-ups for caravans, camper vans & trailer tents and a spacious area for tents for which hook-ups can also be...

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Nr. Harlech
Tel: 01766 770736
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Barcdy is a small, quiet, family park with a 'no dogs' policy offering pitches for touring caravans and tents.It lies in a secluded and sheltered vale, with wooded hills tumbling down to the rear and wide open views across the Dwyryd estuary to the front.Barcdy first welcomed...

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