Bird Rock Campsite
Wales, North Wales, Gwynedd, Tywyn
- +44 1654 782276
- 1 March - 31 October
Alan Rogers Review
Bird Rock is a relaxed family-run working farm site in Snowdonia National Park. Excellent area for hillwalking; two seaside resorts within 10 miles. The nearest pub two miles away in Abergynolwyn. The site is set in stunning Welsh landscape within the Snowdonia National Park, and lies six miles outside the seaside resort of Tywyn on the Cardigan Bay coast. Spectacularly located under the site’s namesake of Craig yr Aderyn or Bird Rock, and with splendid views of the surrounding Cadair Idris massif and open countryside, Bird Rock Campsite is a quiet and relaxed site, spaciously laid out over four grassy acres with 30 pitches, some serviced. As this site is scenically set-in national parkland, there is plenty of beautiful countryside to roam around, as well as waymarked walking trails to hike. One side of the site is bordered by the River Dysynni.
The small toilet block has 2 toilets per gender and 3 showers. There is an area for pot washing up. Hot water is 20p to activate and the showers are 50p. There are small boxes on the wall to take your change. There is little to no phone signal, and no Wi-Fi at all.
From Dolgellau take A493 south west and turn left at sign for Llanegryn. The site is then on left after 3.5 miles. N.B. This is a single carriage road to the site.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N52 39 6||W3 59 49|