Greenacres Caravan Park

'Greenacres' Caravan Park is situated in Morfa Bycham
 just out of Porthmadog on a fabulous beach-side
 location on the sheltered southern coast of the Llyn

in North Wales.

Five minutes from our caravan there is direct access to

the magnificent two-mile golden sweep of Black Rock

which will be the main focus of most family

The acres of golden sand as well as the sand

dunes, caves and rockpools provide fascinating

entertainment for children of all ages. Additionally, cars

are allowed onto the beach.

The Park is part of the 'Haven Holidays' group and, as

such boasts all of the ammenities which you would

expect. There is a large complex comprising the reception

area with helpful staff, a convenience store, indoor soft

play area, amusement arcade, a large indoor swimming

pool plus a toddler's splash pool (both with lifeguards), a

lounge bar and licensed cafe/restaurant with large TV's

for sports fans and a 'Burger King' oulet.

The licensed SHOWBAR offers a wide and varied range of

live entertainment throughout the whole day suitable for

all ages.

Outside there are play areas for children, a multi-sports

court, family adventure golf, a water splash area and

family seating areas.

Elsewhere on park there is a nice 9 hole pitch & putt

course, an archery range, a hire shop with bikes/karts

and a launderette. There is a Children's Fun Club with

a daily range of supervised entertainment and activities.

The Park also boasts it's own nature reserve suitable for

relaxing strolls among the wildlife. There are

regular BUS SERVICES from the Park to Porthmadog

and elsewhere.

NB Admittance to the complex and most of it's activities

requires you to buy a family pass and these can be

obtained at reasonable cost directly from the Park

reception area. See 'items to bring with you' for details of

how to contact Greenacres Reception.

Very close to the Park there is a local Pub, a Spar shop,

a fish & chip shop, a Post Office, Llama trekking, quad

bikes and a superb 18 hole links golf course.

is just three miles away with it's bustling

High Street, Railway Station, numerous Pubs and

cafes/restaurants as well as a Tesco, Wilkinsons, Aldi

and Lidl. There is a beautiful harbour with the world

famous Ffestiniog narrow guage steam railway.

Slightly further affield are the historic Towns of Criccieth

and Harlech with their ancient castles. The wonderfully

eccentric Portmeirion village, iconic setting for the cult

TV series 'The Prisoner' is very near and, with it's

fascinating architecture and long woodland walks is a

great day out.  You can visit the slate mines at Blaenau

Ffestiniog, enjoy a high-wire forest adventure or go
horse riding, all within easy reach. 

Because of it's location, the Park is the ideal base for

exploring the Snodonia National Park boasting both

the highest mountain and the lagest natural lake in Wales.

The area is a mecca for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits

such as climbing, canoeing, cycling, walking,

photography, bird/nature watching as well as

power-kiting and jet-skiing.