About the Park
The park is open for caravans, tourers, and camping from 1st March to 15th January (10½ months) each year
Situated in the quiet and peaceful hamlet of Saron, set in the beautiful hills between Denbigh and Ruthin, with fabulous views across the Vale of Clwyd towards the nearby Clwydian Hill Range and close to Lake Brenig, great for fly fishing and country walks.
Caer Mynydd Caravan and Camping Park is a family run business, established in 1962 and purchased by the current owners in January 2007. Popular with families and couples. There is a small but popular play area for the children.
There is a well equipped centrally heated utility building (built in 2003) with ample toilet and shower facilities available. An outside dish washing area is at one end of the utility building. We also cater for the disabled with a private wet room.
On-site is a small shop and launderette, otherwise there are no shops in the hamlet of Saron. There are shops in the towns of Denbigh and Ruthin. The nearest pub is approximately 3 miles away in the village of Cyffylliog.
Supervised barbeques are welcome at Caer Mynydd.
Well behaved dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead whilst on site. In the interest of public health, dog fouling must be cleaned up immediately.
As well as a field designated for motor caravans, tourers and camping, we also have an area designated for static caravans accessed with gravel tracks and concrete paths. There is ample parking onsite parking in designated parking areas around the site.
Onsite there are converted barns that have been turned into holiday cottage accommodation, each cottage able to cater for four people in comfort.
The park is open for caravans, tourers, and camping from 1st March to 15th January each year. You can book one of the five holiday cottages all the year round.
More details are available from the staying at Caer Mynydd page.