Barlow’s Caravan Park was established by George William Barlow circa 1965 and is a family run business just outside the town of Caerwys. Nestling in the beautiful North Wales countryside, the caravan park has been built within CoedMaesMynan Woods, offering stunning views towards the Clywydian Ranges area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Caravan owners have direct access to the woodland and network of local footpaths.
We work hard to maintain the Park and endeavour to ensure that all our Clients are happy here. We do not have a pub or a club on site, this is to allow our customers to relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the welsh countryside.
Having said this much about the park itself, it must be emphasised that it is our Clients themselves really make the atmosphere. They are a wonderfully friendly group, welcoming newcomers, who always remark how quickly they feel at home in Caerwys. We are an owner only park and do not allow commercial letting, therefore many of our Clients make lasting friendships and there is a low turnover of strangers on the Park.
Even though slightly off the beaten track, we are still only an hour’s drive from Liverpool and Manchester. For those who like exploring, our Park is within easy reach of all the major North Wales tourist attractions, including Snowdonia,sandy beaches, castles, Llandudno and Chester are both just half an hour away. Whilst locally there are numerous fishing lakes, golf courses, riding stables, cycle tracks and the Offas Dyke Path.
We enjoy a ten and a half month licence on our Static Park, the season begins on the 1st March and we normally close on or around the 6th January. Touring and Camping commences on the 31st of March and closes on the 31st October.
Our Park shop, provides all the basics, including a wide selection of ice cream’s, confectionary and some luxury items such as cooked chickens, and an assortment deli items, subject to demand. We can also order papers/magazines and arrange for gas deliveries.
There are two children’s play areas on site, an area for toddlers and a larger area for older children which includes a football pitch.
The caravan park is less than a mile from the tiny town of Caerwys (conservation area), which has all the necessary amenities, including two pubs (food available), butchers, convenience store, post office, butchers, hairdressers and a garage. The town is a lovely twenty minute walk through the woods.