Caravan Holidays in Wrexham County

Discover Wrexham on your next caravan holiday

Wrexham is bounded by the Clwydian Hills to the West and the undulating Shropshire countryside to the South. The main town, also called Wrexham, is a major centre for high-tech manufacturing and technology and has great shopping facilities. However, within minutes you can lose yourself in the Welsh hills, uncovering Wrexham's natural beauty and making your caravan holiday here, one to remember.

Chirk

Nestled in the Ceiriog Valley on the edge of the River Ceiriog, Chirk is a beautiful caravan holiday destination. Chirk Castle is full of history and with a magnificent 480-acre estate boasting ancient trees, wildflowers and birds, you can spend hours exploring everything the castle has to offer. Relax and enjoy the scenic canal with family walks and cycle rides, and if you’re brave enough or want to tackle your fear of heights, you can walk across Chirk’s impressive 70-foot aqueduct. Surrounded by stunning countryside to explore, the options are endless for outdoor enthusiasts.

Wrexham

As the largest town in North Wales, the market town of Wrexham is popular for its fantastic range of unique independent shops and markets. The town centre is home to multiple festivals and events throughout the year with plenty of restaurants and cafes to enjoy some delicious food. Dive deep into its history and visit Erddig Hall, Valley Crucis Abbey remains and St Giles Church, one of the seven wonders of Wales. The whole family will be entertained on a caravan holiday to Wrexham.