Riverside Caravan Park
A very well tended adults-only park in delightful countryside on the edge of Crickhowell. The adjacent riverside park is an excellent facility for all, including dog-walkers. Crickhowell has numerous specialists shops including a first class delicatessen. Within a few minutes walk from the park are several friendly pubs with good restaurants.
There are many walks around Crickhowell and the surrounding countryside, ranging from a circular town walk which takes about 45mins to other walks to suit all ages and the experienced. Maps and guides are available from The Information Centre (CRiC) and leaflets can be obtained from of the shops in town including Crickhowell Adventure Gear which caters for outdoor activities including walking. Crickhowell is within easy reach of Table Mountain and the Brecon Beacons.
Riverside Caravan park is 4 miles south east of Tretower on the bank of the River Usk. A relaxing base from which to explore the surrounding area with the grand 17th century Bridge, with 13 arches visible from the east end and only 12 from the west. With spectacular views over the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains you cannot fail to enjoy this thriving market town, snuggling between the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons, in arguably the most beautiful valley in the National Park.
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