Riverbend Caravan Park is a beautiful Award Winning holiday Park, found on the banks of the River Banwy, a short distance from the popular town of Welshpool in the rural heart of Wales. The park is also close to the charming town of Llangadfan, and is an ideal springboard for exploring the best of what Wales has to offer.
This Park is open all year and has a range of holiday homes available for sale, as well as pitches for guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, or tents. Seasonal pitches are available for those looking to stay at Riverbend numerous times throughout the year, and electric hook ups are available across several pitches, too. Riverbend is popular with guests looking to enjoy short and long stays, and is also regularly used as an overnight stop off for guests on their way through Wales to another destination.
Riverbend is situated within a charming valley, and offers brilliant views of the surrounding countryside and rugged hills, with the Cambrian Mountains close by, offering amazing vantage points across Wales as well as challenging terrain for walkers and cyclists to enjoy.
There is a childrens play area found on the Park, while sections of the River Banwy are shallow enough for little ones to enjoy paddling and net fishing. Riverbends Manager's also hold extensive rights to allow guests to fish in the Banwy during their stay, while the surrounding area as a whole will strike a chord with anyone that loves wildlife and the natural world.
Away from the park and immediate surroundings, there is a wide range of attractions on offer for all members of the family to enjoy. Welshpool has a wonderful selection of shops, as well as pubs and restaurants for tourists to pick up something to eat and drink, as well as having a leisure centre and a good quality golf course open to the public.
Guests looking for outdoor activities in Wales can enjoy pony trekking in addition to the walking and cycling already noted, while those looking to embrace their sense of adventure should head to Snowdonia National Park, where they can enjoy climbing, abseiling, and other organised pursuits, as well as the opportunity to climb Mount Snowdon.
Further afield, a drive to the west enables guests to experience the beautiful coastline of Wales. As well as being home to miles of sandy, unspoiled beaches and caves, there are also several nature reserves and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to be discovered and explored. Elsew
Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway Powis Castle & Gardens Offa's Dyke Clywedog Dam Montgomery Castle Dolforwyn Castle Museum of Art In Wales Armoury Recreation Centre Glansevern Hall Gardens Machynlleth WednesdayMarket Lake Vrynwy & 24,000 acre RSPB Nature Reserve Barmouth Sands & Harbour Montgomery Canal & Museum Coastal Resort of Aberdovey Portmeirion Italianate Village The Spectacular Elan Valley Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture Red Kite Feeding Station & Nature Trail Pony & Quad Trekking River, Lake & Pool Angling Welshpool Golf Club Powysland Museum The Spaceguard Centre King Arthur's Labyrinth
From the Midlands, take the M54 to Telford, continue on until M54 becomes A5. On the outskirts of Shrewsbury join the A458. Follow the A458 to Welshpool and after Welshpool, stay on the A458 for a further 17 miles until you reach the village of Llangadfan. Turn left in the village before the Cann Office Public House: after 300m turn right at the gates to Riverbend Caravan Park
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