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Idyllic Rural Setting
Located on the banks of the River Tanat you'll be in the heart of the beautfiul Welsh countryside with stunning views all around.
Traditional Family Run Caravan Parks
A welcoming, relaxed and peaceful environment for you to enjoy your holiday home.
Beautiful Mid-Wales
At the foot of the Berwyn Mountains and on the doorstep of Snowdonia National Park, there is so much to explore.
Holiday Homes & Touring
Whether your interested in static caravans or touring. We're happy to help. Contact us about caravans for sale, available plots or touring.
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Family Run Caravan Parks in Stunning Mid Wales

Parc Farm Caravan Park and Minafon Caravan Park are traditional family run caravan parks, set in the beautiful Tanat Valley, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park in Mid Wales.

Both caravan parks enjoy stunning scenery with the Berwyn Mountains in view from all areas. Mid Wales is not only an area of natural beauty but is packed full of culture, history, and adventures of all kinds.

By owning a caravan you can benefit from a fantastic lifestyle change with the opportunity to enjoy many holidays in your very own holiday home. Particularly with a static caravan you want to find a base for it that suits you. We understand that’s important to you and are happy to answer any questions you may have.

Each of our parks has it’s own unique characteristics that make it stand out. They can be your gateway to further explore Wales, while also offering you a perfect place to escape and unwind. 

We’re a small family team who pride ourselves on being friendly and offering you a welcoming environment to enjoy your all important holidays.

We have static caravans for sale and plots for siting caravans available. If you have any questions just get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.

At Parc Farm we have a picturesque and spacious touring area situated on the banks of the River Tanat which offers both seasonal and short stay plots.

Find out more about the parks

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