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The Wonders of North Wales

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Welcome to North Wales

Escape to the stunning landscapes and vibrant atmosphere of North Wales, where there's something for everyone. With a variety of activities and attractions to choose from, as well as convenient access to nearby towns like Kinmel Bay, Rhyl, and Llandudno just 20 minutes away, our two holiday parks in Towyn are the perfect base for your dream getaway.

From the tranquil shores of Pebble Beach Resort to family fun at Edwards Leisure Park, we offer two exquisite holiday parks that serve as your personal gateway to all that North Wales has to offer. Take a deep breath and relax as you explore the charming towns and breath taking scenery, knowing that everything you could want or need is right at your fingertips.

Towyn, North Wales

Towyn in North Wales stands out as a lively seaside destination renowned for its tourism sector, sandy beaches, family-friendly attractions, and leisure pursuits such as watersports and amusement parks.

Towyn Beach, Towyn, North Wales

Experience the charm of North Wales at Towyn Beach, a captivating family-friendly beach located near Abergele. Known for its vast stretch of shingle and sand, Towyn Beach offers a plethora of seaside amusements such as funfairs and amusement arcades, making it an excellent destination for families.

The beach is dog-friendly, allowing your furry friend to join in the fun year-round. The back section of the beach boasts a bank of shingle leading to a vast sandy area, an ideal spot for sandcastle builders. Enjoy mesmerising views of Colwyn Bay and the Isle of Man on clear days.

Knightleys Fun Park, Towyn

Knightley Fun Park, Towyn, North Wales

Nestled beside the beach in the North Wales town of Towyn, Knightley's Fun Park is renowned as a top-tier entertainment hub. From adrenaline-pumping rides to the delightful amusement arcade, this exciting destination offers an array of attractions for all age groups. 

Food-lovers are catered to with a variety of outlets, including a chippy serving hot food and a lively bar boasting live music and a beer garden. From the establishment by Bill and Amy Knightly in the 1960s to today, Knightly's Fun Park has evolved into Towyn's leading entertainment centre, welcoming hundreds of visitors daily. 


Knightly's Amusements Arcades and VR

Knightley's Amusements, Towyn

Knightly's Amusements in Towyn, North Wales is your number one destination for awe-inspiring amusement arcades and unparalleled virtual reality experiences. Whether you're a nostalgia driven arcade enthusiast or a thrill-seeker hunting for cutting-edge virtual adventures, Knightly's caters to all.

With a range of exhilarating entertainment options suitable for all ages, the amusement arcade offers a free-roam arena where guests can immerse in the realm of virtual reality like never before. Join Knightly's Amusements to revel in an unforgettable mix of excitement and nostalgia for an epic time in North Wales.

Tir Prince Market, Towyn

Tir Prince Market

Discover the charm of North Wales at Tir Prince Market in Towyn, a premier tourist and leisure destination offering diverse entertainment options. From a bustling retail market to a thrilling amusement park and exciting harness racing track.

Engage in the vibrant market scene during numerous market days throughout the year, where a wide array of items are up for grabs. Tir Prince also provides a platform for selling activities, with car boot pitches from £5, attracting traders of all levels. A must-visit attraction for sellers and buyers in North Wales.

Tir Prince Fun Land Amusement Park

Tir Prince Fun Land Amusement Park

Uncover a world of fun and excitement at Tir Prince Fun Land in Towyn, North Wales. A cherished destination that bursts with activities suitable for all ages, Tir Prince boasts an amusement park and even harness racing. From heart-pounding rides like The Red Devil loop fighter and the Magic Mouse Coaster, there's never a dull moment.

Refuel at the diverse food kiosks and try your luck at the prize stalls. Above all, immerse yourself in the rich history and vibrant atmosphere that makes Tir Prince a beloved fixture for both tourists and locals. Come experience a day of unforgettable family fun at Tir Prince Fun Land - a must-visit destination in North Wales.

Fun Factory Arcade, Towyn

Fun Factory Arcade, Towyn

Looking for things to do in North Wales? Consider spending a fun-filled day at the Fun Factory Arcade in Towyn. Praised by visitors for its variety of games suitable for all ages, this popular destination is a perfect spot for families and friends.

Whether you're a fan of classic or modern arcade games, there's something for every preference. Visitors highly recommend it as a great place to relax, enjoy and create lasting memories with your loved ones. With friendly staff and a range of games, you will always find something to keep you entertained at the Fun Factory Arcade.

Kinmel Bay, North Wales

Discover the coastal charm of Kinmel Bay, North Wales, known for its sandy beach, Sandy Cove. Enjoy watersports like canoeing and windsurfing, or relax in the harbor for fishing and yachting. Kinmel Bay offers various activities and village amenities, from local shops to the Asda superstore.

Kinmel Bay Beach

Enjoy the beauty of North Wales at Kinmel Bay Beach, also known as Sandy Cove. This stunning north-facing sandy beach is famed for its clean environment that attracts an array of wildlife. From seabirds to seals, nature-lovers will marvel at the abundance of creatures that call this place home.

The beach stretches for nearly five miles, all the way to Llanddulas and is backed by the picturesque Kinmel Dunes Local Nature Reserve, teeming with maritime plants and birdlife. Whether strolling along the dog-friendly shores or cycling on the coastal path, this beach offers a slice of North Wales' coastal charm that's hard to beat.

Kinmel Dunes Local Nature Reserve

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of North Wales at the Kinmel Dunes Local Nature Reserve, nestled in the charming locale of Kinmel Bay, in Conwy County. An oasis of unique maritime flora, the reserve hosts an array of native plants including the mesmerising sea holly, bird's foot trefoil, and common rest harrow. 

This special reserve is one of the few remaining fragments of sand dune in the Kinmel Bay area, a testament to the area's natural history and maintained meticulously by a dedicated community of local volunteers. A trip to this exquisite nature reserve offers an unforgettable experience of North Wales's rich biodiversity.

Abergele, North Wales

Discover the hidden gems of Abergele in North Wales, a charming market town between Colwyn Bay and Rhyl. Abergele offers a blend of natural beauty and rich heritage, from its Welsh countryside to Gwrych Castle. Enjoy the views at Abergele Silver Birch golf course and explore the town's history, including ghost sightings at Gwrych Castle. Relax on the beach, visit local cafes, or trek up Tower Hill for an adventure. Abergele is your gateway to enchanting North Wales.

Gwrych Castle - Abergele

Gwrych Castle

Nestled in Abergele, Conwy, North Wales, lays the Gwrych Castle, a Grade 1 listed 19th-century country home. This prestigious estate served as the epicentre for the ITV's "I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!" show amid the coronavirus outbreak. The custodians of the castle are now undertaking an extensive restoration plan, aiming to rejuvenate the castle and its encircling parkland to their previous splendour.

Visitors may explore the castle's terraced gardens and admire the breathtaking views of the Irish Sea. Gwrych Castle is open to visitors throughout the year, but it's advisable to check for any special events before visiting. 

Pensarn Beach, Pensarn, Abergele

Nestled near Abergele in Conwy, North Wales,Traeth Pensarn, or Pensarn Beach, awaits you. This unique shingle beach with a pebble-strewn shore offers a refreshing change from sandy coastlines. Enjoy a tranquil stroll along the wheelchair-friendly promenade with stunning sea views.

Pensarn Beach is not just beautiful; it's a fantastic spot for sea fishing. Visitors can also enjoy amusements and shops like Pensarn Pleasure Beach and Surfside Amusements. The beach is loved by sea enthusiasts, fun-seekers, and wildlife lovers alike. 

Manorafon Farm Park, Abergele

Manorafon Farm Park

Experience a fun day at Manorafon Farm Park in North Wales, set within the walls of Gwrych Castle. This family-friendly spot offers hands-on animal experiences and activities like pig races, reptile encounters, and cuddling rabbits. Enjoy feeding lambs, kids, piglets, and chicks.

The park provides indoor and outdoor play areas, go-karts, and a food hut. Manorafon Farm Park is known for its variety of animals - plan a visit for a memorable day out in North Wales.

Pentre Mawr Park, Abergele

Nestled in the heart of Abergele is Pentre Mawr Park, a scenic oasis that offers a delightful retreat and an array of outdoor activities for all. Noted for its family-friendly environment, Pentre Mawr Park is an ideal setting for children and pets to frolic freely.

The park is also home to diverse flora and fauna, and small lakes making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts or anyone yearning for a peaceful retreat. For those looking for an active pursuit, Pentre Mawr Park also offers multiple sports and leisure facilities to include a play park, tennis courts and basket ball courts.

Rhyl, North Wales

Unearth the vibrancy of North Wales by visiting Rhyl, a lively coastal town enriched with a plethora of activities. From SC2 and ninja tag to the family-friendly sandy beach stretching over 2 miles, Rhyl has it all. Catch engaging performances at the Pavilion Theatre or ride Britain's oldest miniature railway circling Marine Lake since 1911. For water sports enthusiasts, Marine Lake offers activities from sailing to wakeboarding. Recent investment and redevelopment have transformed Rhyl into an inviting destination for those seeking a blend of seaside fun, culture, and natural beauty. 

Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl

Rhyl Pavilion Theatre

Nestled on the seafront of Rhyl, the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre offers an unmatched cultural experience to those exploring North Wales. Managed by the Denbighshire County Council, this 1,031-seat theatre hosts a diverse array of productions from all genres, bringing the arts closer to the community. Visitors can revel in large-scale productions like Mrs Brown’s Boys and Chicago, or enjoy performances from Little Mix, Olly Murs, and John Bishop.

The Pavilion is also a passionate supporter of local theatre, dance, and school productions. Rebuilt twice in the past due to fire and demolitions, the current Pavilion Theatre, opened in 1991, also houses the historical 1891 Restaurant. 

SC2 Waterpark, Rhyl

SC2 Rhyl

Discover the wonders of SC2 in Rhyl, a prime destination for fun and excitement in North Wales. SC2 offers an array of thrilling experiences for visitors of all ages and abilities. Whether you prefer the adrenaline rush of flume rides, the relaxing atmosphere of beach-style paddling, or the interactive fun of slides, SC2 has something for everyone. 

Make sure to try out the heart-pounding Boomerang, the twisting Anaconda, and the high-speed Speedster slides for an unforgettable adventure. Families with young children can enjoy the safe and entertaining Piranha Play area, designed to provide a perfect balance of fun and security. 

SC2 Ninja Tag and Adventure Play

SC" Ninja Tag

Discover the thrilling world of Ninja Tag, an indoor multi-level assault course nestled in the heart of Rhyl, North Wales. This exhilarating attraction brings together the best elements of Total Wipeout and Ninja Warrior, challenging your skills and fitness levels.

But the fun doesn't stop there! Rhyl's SC2 also hosts Adventure Play, a world filled with colourful characters, thrilling slides, mysterious ropes, and intriguing puzzles to captivate children of all ages. With positive reviews aplenty, Ninja Tag and Adventure Play at SC2 is a must-visit destination.

Vue Rhyl Cinema, Rhyl

Vue Cinema Rhyl

Discover the magic of the big screen at Vue Rhyl, perfectly situated in the picturesque town of Rhyl. With five state-of-the-art screens, you will experience a cinematic experience for all, featuring the latest movies in 2D, 3D, IMAX, and IMAX 3D formats.

Ensure you never miss a clever line or plot twist with subtitled films every week, with new showing times released every Wednesday. With Mini Mornings, even the youngest movie lovers can enjoy their favourite kids' films with tickets starting at just £2.49.

The Palace Fun Centre and Geronimo's Laser Zone

Palace Fun Centre Rhyl

Experience the ultimate blend of fun and adventure at Geronimo's Laser Zone & Cafe, a prime attraction nestled within The Palace Fun Centre in Rhyl, North Wales. Renowned as one of the most popular children's play area in the region, Geronimo's Indoor Adventure Playzone serves as the perfect destination for exciting children's parties and an array of delightful activities.

Unleash your competitive spirit at Laser Zone, presenting an exhilarating laser combat experience in a thrilling environment. After the electrifying activities, unwind and refuel at our cosy cafe, a part of The Palace Fun Centre.

Rhyl Miniature Railway, Rhyl

Rhyl Miniature Railway

Discover the timeless charm of Rhyl Miniature Railway, Britain's oldest miniature railway. Since 1911, it has been delighting visitors with scenic rides around Marine Lake. This experience is perfect for children of all ages, offering them a captivating glimpse into the past. 

An unforgettable journey on the Rhyl Miniature Railway isn't complete without a visit to its museum. The museum features interactive touch screens, letting you delve deeper into the railway's rich history. Additional facilities include a gift shop stocked with memorable souvenirs, and clean, convenient toilet facilities. 

Rhyl East Beach, Rhyl

Nestled in the west end of Rhyl, Rhyl East Beach stretches from the harbour to The Village, inviting visitors with a vast sandy expanse perfect for building sandcastles, paddling, or simply soaking up the sun. The beach is a hub of entertainment, offering traditional amusements, cafes, and fish & chip stalls. It also caters to the adventurous spirit with a plethora of beach sports such as Kite surfing and Wind surfing.

Safety is paramount here, with lifeguards on duty during the season, and dogs are restricted from May to September. The beach goes beyond basic amenities, boasting children's play areas, disabled facilities, first aid points, and more. With stunning views and a host of onsite amenities, Rhyl East Beach emerges as a family-friendly destination and a highlight of North Wales.

Children's Village Adventure Playground

Discover the joy and excitement at Rhyl Children's Village Adventure Playground, a popular attraction in North Wales. Featuring inventive equipment and vibrant colours, it presents a world of fun for kids of all ages. Children can enjoy towering slides, climbing frames, swings, and engage their imagination with pirate ships and castles.

The playground also boasts a variety of obstacle courses, all designed with children's safety as a priority. Besides the fun-filled activities, families can relish open spaces and picnic areas where relaxation and enjoyment under the sun are the calls of the day. Experience a day worth remembering at Rhyl Children's Village, where every visit brings a new adventure!

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