The caravans available for hire are a 6 berth at the peaceful Lido Beach Holiday Park in Prestatyn and an 8 berth situated at the lively Lyons Robin Hood Holiday Park in Rhyl.
Prestatyn is the gateway to the North Wales coastal area, and the most easterly of the beautiful North Wales coastal resorts. The Town Centre is nestled between magnificent sandy beaches and a spectacular hillside, where mountain air meets salty sea breezes. Uniquely sited with its "shield" of hills and mountains, Prestatyn boasts a distinctly favourable climate all of its own.
Prestatyn is famous for its sunny sands and coastline with rolling dunes, but is also considered as the northern gateway for walking in North Wales. It not only boasts the start (or end) of the Offas Dyke National Trail but also features the North Wales Path, Clwydian Way and recently launched Dee Way. The area is rich in history and the surrounding countryside offers walks in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, nature reserves and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the town has been awarded the "Walkers are Welcome" accreditation.
Prestatyn offers many recreational activities for all age groups, and is not only a very fine place to live, but also to visit. The town has the additional benefit of providing an ideal base from which to discover North Wales and the surrounding Borderlands.
Prestatyn has a good variety of small shops, pubs and restaurants along with a large Aldi supermarket. It also has a popular cinema situated at the lower end of the high street.
Rhyl is a lively, exciting seaside town with visitor attractions such as the SeaQuarium, where you can experience British sharks, rays and conger eels in the underwater tunnel through the Deep Ocean Zone, meet Spike the lionfish who at 18 inches long is probably the biggest lionfish in the world and not only watch the shows at Sea Lion Cove but also experience feeding the seals!
In Rhyl you can stroll along the promenade or take a ride on the traditional beach donkeys. If you are feeling energetic you can get on your bike and experience part of National Cycle Route 5 on Rhyl Promenade. You can also visit Drift Park where there are five different zones to explore, visit the casino or go 10 pin bowling. Prepare yourself for the fright of your life in the Terror Tombs or head for the Botanical Gardens, an oasis of calm with gardens, tennis courts and a bowling green. Brickfields Park is a tranquil freshwater lake surrounded by grassland and woodland where you can enjoy the sculpture trail, fishing, or bird watching. Televised harness racing can be seen at Tir Prince Raceway and you can watch the football at Rhyl’s own league ground. From boating, swimming and tennis to bowling, golf and dancing there are many activities to please the whole family.
Rhyl also has a good variety of shopping, from large retail parks to high street stores and independents.