Greenacres
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Greenacres - Holiday Park

Porthmadog,        

LL49 9YF 

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Greenacres Holiday Park in North Wales

Leap out of the bed and race to the shore! Our park is just a hop and a skip to Black Rock Sands beach. And if that isn’t enough to get you up in the morning, how about the beautiful mountains of Snowdonia National Park? Or our pool, multi-sports court and adventure golf? If you love sleeping in the great outdoors, we have a great touring area and Safari Tents too, if you fancy a bit of glamping.

Our breaks are about spending quality time with your family. If you’ve got kids that demand non-stop action come rain or shine, we have something to suit everyone; from a jam-packed entertainment schedule and indoor pool to our outdoor Splash Zone, kids’ clubs and evening shows. Or why not take a stroll in our Nature Reserve to see what wildlife you can spot. And let’s not forget about the sporty stuff; We have a sports court so you can keep active or for hole in one days try our adventure golf course so the whole family can get involved. 

Greenacres Holiday Park

Porthmadog, Gwynedd, North Wales. LL49 9YF
Telephone: 08448 24 84 85
Park Open: March - November
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Why choose GreenAcres

We like to be able to give our holiday makers that little bit extra so, if you rent a static caravan at  Greenacres, you’ll also get access to our Local attraction database and discount vouchers. It’s great for those who love a more relaxing pace to their holiday. We have a wonderful community here and regularly organise special itineraries, events, and experience days, so there is always something to look forward to.

Greenacres is a really lovely park to explore too. Amongst the lakes and trees and other landscaped areas you’ll find  Black Rocks beach, which is a great place for a picnic on the sand or a paddle in the bright blue sea.

Greenacres is a great base for exploring Snowdonia National Park and if you’re up for a challenge then you could try tackling Mount Snowdon. It’s the tallest mountain in Wales and England and even though there are a couple of relatively easy going tracks to follow, we’d definitely recommend taking good hiking boots and a decent lunch. Alternatively, you could always take the Snowdonia Mountain Railway to the top.

Things to do in North Wales

Our location out on the Llyn Peninsula means that we’re not far from some decent surfing spots like Abersoch. Whistling Sands beach at Porth O’er is also an intriguing nearby place to visit; its sand granules produce a bizarre squeaky whistling or singing noise when trampled underfoot.

Further away you can find attractions like Greenwood Forest Park (an outdoor family activity attraction), Caernarfon Castle (a huge medieval fortress) and Zip World Snowdonia (it’s the longest, fastest zip line in Europe). Anglesey has over 80 attractions and many more activities. Llandudno and Llanberis are within easy driving distance.