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Camping in Corwen

Corwen is a town and community in the county of Denbighshire, north-east Wales (but previously in the former county of Merionethshire). It stands on the banks of the River Dee beneath the Berwyn mountains. The town is situated 11 miles west of Llangollen and 13 miles south of Ruthin. At the 2001 Census, Corwen had a population of 2,398.

Corwen is best known for its connections with Owain Glynd?r, the early fifteenth century Welsh prince who led the Welsh in their struggle for independence. A life-size bronze statue of the prince mounted on his battle horse was installed in The Square in 2007. It commemorates the day he was proclaimed first prince of Wales in 1400.

The town grew as a centre for cattle drovers. Attractions in Corwen include the motte of a Norman castle, the thirteenth century Church of St Mael and St Sulien and the Capel Rûg built in 1637 by William Salesbury.

Glan Ceirw

Open March - October | 24 Pitches

Glan Ceirw is a peaceful riverside park, on the banks of a bubbling stream between Corwen and Betws y Coed. The site has a number of spaces for touring caravans and tents and is equipped with a bar

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Hendwr Caravan Park

Open Easter - November | 40 Pitches

Situated in the beautiful Dee Valley, Hendwr lies at the foot of the Berwyn Mountain range on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, between Corwen and Bala.

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Llawr betws Farm Caravan and Camping Park

Open March - October | 65 Pitches

Llawrbetws Farm Caravan and Camping Park is surrounded by quiet country lanes and roads and is perfect for those who enjoy walking and cycling with enough time to enjoy the landscape and nature at its best

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