If you are lucky enough to be taking a holiday or mini break, there is plenty to do near caravan parks Wales this weekend.
From a fire festival and banquet in two castles, to a Plum Feast and Apple Festival – we know how to party in Wales. Naturally all include music and plenty of food and drink.
Caernarfon Castle – 30 September and 1 October 2016
Commencing at 7pm the castle will host a glowing Fire Festival (Caernarfon Alight) in celebration of the Year of Adventure. Join the torch procession on Friday night along the waterfront, watch sculptures unexpectedly light up in flames and visit the fire garden in the grounds of the castle.
If you haven’t already purchased tickets there will be limited availability at the castles gates. However, anyone can join the procession. Find out more about events on Caernarfon Alight
Ruthin Castle – 1 October 2016
Step back in time and enjoy the type of medieval feast that the Earl of Warwick and his guests had at Ruthin Castle (http://www.ruthincastle.co.uk/) in the 16th Century. Remember seeing those films with Henry VIII tearing food apart and eating it by hand? That’s exactly what you will be able to do and you’ll have your own dagger to assist you.
This is an authentic medieval night complete with court Jester and a feast fit for kings! To find out how you can eat, drink and make merry – click on Medieval Feasts or call 01824 702664.
Smaller festivals include the Denbigh Plum Feast and at Wrexham , the Erdigg Apple Festival both held on 1 October 2016. There will be plenty of fruit and cider to enjoy at these events.
As most static caravan owners will tell you, there is always something going on in or near caravan parks Wales. Some caravan parks are open all year round. Others close for a month or two during the winter. But there is no doubt that they represent by far the best value for money in self catering holiday accommodation.
Take a tour of Caravan Parks Wales
If you would like to join the merry band of static caravan owners at Golden Gate Holiday Centre, why not book a weekend break. We will happily show you around our park and several others in North Wales. We’ll even buy you a coffee!