Go Outdoors have a new blog post covering 60 Reasons to Visit Snowdonia and we are in it! We recomend reading this post if you are interested in walking, cycling or climbing in the national park. Alternately if you are after family friendly activities or some inspiration on how to fill your time then there is something here for you too. Oh and don't forget to check out the places to stay which is where you'll find us.
If you would like to visit us for the day for a picnic you are most welcome,just call at reception your way in ,we charge £6 per car to park between 9am and 7pm.
Pant-Yr-Onnen is a picturesque lakeside campsite nestled on the Southern shores of Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid), near to the town of Bala. Situated in idyllic Welsh Hills within the Snowdonia National Park, this campsite offers a fantastic retreat to meet everyone’s needs. Our site offers perfect Lake access for sailing, canoeing, kayaking and fishing, or simply walking/cycling through the stunning countryside. If you are looking for a more relaxing time then why not sit back and simply take in the beautiful mountain and lake views by an open fire . When you decide that you want more then you can enjoy the fabulous tourist attractions that are close by.
For Tourism Information in the Bala area
We are also home to the Bala Catamaran Club who hold regular sailing events. If you would like more information please contact them at balacatamaranclub.org.uk.
The small market town of Bala is just 3 miles away and provides shops, restaurants, leisure and water sports centres, pubs and takeaways. A narrow gauge railway running from Bala to Llanuwchllyn is just to the rear of the site and the Llangower station is within easy walking distance of the site. Looking for a round of golf then Bala golf club and Dolgellau golf club are both nearby.
In conjunction with Rhos Y Gwaliau outdoor pursuits centre , we can offer sailing tuition, kayaking, a canoe journey and mine exploration during August (Courses are subject to prior booking); E-mail Rhos Y Gwaliau for more details and with booking requests).
The famous Tryweryn National Whitewater Centre is 5 miles away and is well worth a visit.If you fancy a day out at the coast then the beautiful welsh beaches of Barmouth and Fairbourne are about 45 minutes drive away.
Our campsite is very popular with families and all water sport enthusiasts. The site has an extensive beach frontage, making boat/kayak launching easy and we allow small fires on the foreshore at the end of a busy day.
Please call 01743 718283 or use the contact form for further information.
Season and Arrival/Leaving Times
Season runs from 13th March – 18th October
Arrival time from 2:00pm until 8.30pm (unless by prior arrangement).
Departure Time 11:00am