Camping isn’t all about muddy festivals.

Camping in Wales is exactly what you want it to be, whether it’s the traditional family camping trip, or something different, from glamping in luxury treehouses or converted planes, to sharing a Tipi with friends, or taking your own home from home, pitching it somewhere new and treating it as a much cheaper alternative to a hotel.

For those campers who enjoy art and sculpture, you could do far worse than taking a trip to North Wales.  Holiday company Darwin Escapes have taken some of North Wales best free art and sculptures, and put together a ‘free art trail’ for visitors to follow – and apart from petrol to drive the trail, it won’t cost you a penny.

The Camping in Britain team have to put up a sneaky hand and admit they stayed in a hotel when they visited North Wales to ride on the amazing Llangollen Mountain Railway earlier this year, so we’ll put out a call for our readers to send in your reviews… and maybe next year, we’ll visit ourselves.. until then, enjoy the area!

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