Walking North Wales Walking North Wales


North Wales is a beautiful place to visit with many attractions, activities and local areas just a short drive away. However you do not need access to a car or public transport to be able to visit and admire the stunning location, as there are many walking routes to choose from. Morfa Lodge Holiday Park is close by to a number of beaches and coastal paths, perfect for rambles with the family and walking dogs.


Dinas Dinlle

Dinas DinlleThe popular beach is easily accessible from our holiday park in North Wales. The upper shore has a stretch of small pebbles, which soon gives way to beautiful golden sand. On a sunny day when the sky is clear, it is possible to see all the way along the Llyn Peninsula and across to Llanddwyn Island on Anglesey. You’re never short of stunning views in North Wales and the beach is the perfect location to watch the sunset. The cliff above the beach is known as Boncan Dinas ad is occupied by an Iron Age hill fort.

Foryd Bay Nature Reserve

Foryd BayForyd Bay is a tidal bay, located to the south west of the Menai Straits. Several rivers flow into the bay, with large areas of mudflats and salt marsh. The bay has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and in 1994 it became a Local Nature Reserve due to its importance for wildlife.

Caernarfon Airport

Caernarfon AirportLocated next door to Morfa Lodge is Caernarfon Airport, an attraction which no other holiday park in North Wales has. The small airport originally opened in 1941 and was once an RAF base during the Second World War,used for training gunners, radio operators and navigators. It is now used for flying lessons and pleasure flights. It is also home to the Wales Air Ambulance and the HM Coastguard Helicopters which are operated by Bristow. With an on-site aviation museum and cafe, you can enjoy a fun day out with the family.


Image Source

Caernarfon Airport – Photo by ‘Hefin Owen’ / License