Caeran Caravan Park

2021 Re-Opening Statement

We are delighted to advise that the Welsh Government has confirmed that travel restrictions between England and Wales will be removed from Monday 12 April.

From this date, we will be very pleased to accept visits to the park, but please note this is by appointment only and for members of your own household bubble.

Caeran Caravan Park

2021 Re-Opening Statement

Residents of Wales

From 27th March, if cases remain low, stay at home restrictions will be lifted in Wales and self-contained accommodation will be able to re-open, but only to Welsh customers from a single household.

From 13th March, visits to the park by residents and non-residents are permitted if this is within your local area – usually within 5 miles.

Residents of England

Until 12th April, people in England should continue to minimise travel wherever possible and should not be staying away from home overnight. Visits to the park are welcome from this date, but by appointment only.

As we approach the above dates, please monitor our website for updates.

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Welsh Government Announcement – Local Lockdown

From 6pm, 1st October 2020, Conwy and three other local counties in North Wales will be in local lockdown. While the lockdown is in place, unfortunately, you may not visit Caeran Caravan Park.

The details for Conwy can be found here:

We will do our best to keep you updated on the situation as it evolves, but should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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UPDATE – Park Re-Opening

Following an announcement yesterday from the Welsh Government, Caeran Caravan Park can re-open on Saturday 11th July.

We are in the process of finalising our guidance/measures and look forward to welcoming you all back to the park.

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Park Re-Opening

The First Minister of Wales has announced that we can re-open the park on July 13th. This is subject to the ‘R value’ being continued to be controlled.

It is clear that the world has changed due to COVID-19 and it is necessary to put in the relevant measures and changes to ensure the safety of our owners, staff and local community.

It goes without saying that the re-opening is a ‘momentous’ occasion and we are really looking forward to welcoming you all back to the park.

In the meantime, please keep safe and abide by the travel regulations currently in force here in Wales.

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UPDATE – Caeran COVID-19 Statement

It is with great sadness that we inform you that the park has closed until further notice, following government advice and communications from our trade association. 

With the government advice to avoid all but essential travel due to the rapid spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we all have a responsibility to consider not just ourselves but to the people of our county, the local community, the NHS and to residents/staff on the park.

This is a decision and action that all responsible parks are now acting upon and was unimaginable a few weeks ago. 

This is an incredibly sad day for us all. We must follow government advice and urge you to co-operate with us at this very difficult time.

Our warmest thoughts that you and your family stay safe during the coming weeks and we look forward to welcoming you back to Caeran in the future.

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Caeran COVID-19 Statement

Here at Caeran Caravan Park, we are delighted to see our residents visiting their vans, as well as potential new owners. 

Please rest assured that the health and safety of our residents and friends is our top priority. We are following government and our trade association (BH&HPA) guidelines and will continue to monitor the situation. 

We are a small community at Caeran so please bare this in mind when interacting with others. We are taking all the necessary measures on the park to ensure hygiene is of the upmost importance and to assist in delaying the spread. 

Washing hands frequently with soap and water and the use of alcohol gel is advised. Disinfecting frequently touched surfaces is also important, along with avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth with hands that are not clean. Avoid close contact with people who may be unwell.

We would ask individuals who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, or are displaying symptoms, not to visit the park. Such symptoms include a dry cough, high temperature and/or shortness of breath.

If you develop symptoms whilst on site, do not enter public areas and avoid contact with others. Return home as soon as possible. 

If you become seriously unwell whilst on site and are unable to return home, you should immediately self-isolate. Call NHS 111 or 0845 46 47, or go online at Please inform the office on 01745 540211 or email us. 

If need be we can direct medical services to you, but we are unable to offer any medical assistance as we are not trained in this area. 

At present, there is no advice from the government or our trade association that prevents the use of your caravan. 

We are always on hand to help, so please do contact us if you have any queries. We will update you should guidance change.

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A Bird’s-Eye View

Established in the early 1960’s, Caeran is an award-winning, small, family-run park, located in a peaceful rural location on the banks of the River Elwy, North Wales.

A huge thank you to a very kind resident for creating this fantastic video.

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Why Choose Caeran?

These are just a few reasons why Caeran Caravan Park is so popular:-

  • The Mill – members venue & bar.
  • Award winning caravan park.
  • Family run park with years of experience.
  • Open 1st March – 31st October (eight month season).
  • Located just 10 minutes from the A55 Expressway.
  • Spectacular scenery on the banks of the River Elwy.
  • The park is completely flat – no steep hills to climb – ideal for young families.
  • 51 privately owned caravans – with NO sub letting permitted.
  • Competitively priced caravans for sale
  • 2019 site fees are £3,135. Site fees cover water, sewerage, park maintenance, landscaping, refuse collection, use of park facilities and annual reinvestment.
  • All residents pay the same site fees – even on our premium plots which include piped gas.
  • Gas and electric are metered, so you only pay for what you use.
  • Pets welcome.
  • Country walks on the doorstep.
  • Excellent facilities: The Mill members bar & venue, crown green bowls, free trout fishing, canoeing, games room, outdoor play area, laundry room and complimentary free Wi-Fi.
  • Family based social occasions/events organised.