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Access Statement

Centrally located toilet facilities include hot showers (20p or 40p charge), shaver points, hair drying, baby changing, free hot water to the washbasins with soap dispensers and hand dryers. The toilet facilities are lit 24 hours and we pride ourselves on their cleanliness. The utilities room includes laundry, ironing and washing-up facilities.

Fron's outdoor swimming pool has now been fitted with a new polycarbonate tunnel enclosure. It is sectional and can be fully closed in bad weather and opened partly or fully in good weather. We hope the chilly nature of the pool will now be a thing of the past and the sporadic nature of the British summer be less influential on it's use! We hope this addition will add to it's attraction and is free to park users. There is also an adventure playground and swings (age restrictions apply) with lots of space for ball games. Parking is alongside pitches and there are tarmac roads throughout the park with a separate visitors car park. There is a chemical disposal facility and water points throughout the park.


The disabled shower/toilet facility has a dedicated access path, and is solely for disabled customers. The unit comprises toilet, shower and washbasin with consumables provided. The shower has fixed / folding grab rails, fold down seat and adjustable shower head. The shower area is integral to the floor, so there are no steps or lips to negotiate allowing wheelchair access. The toilet has fixed / folding grab rails with plenty of room for either front or side access. The washbasin has fixed grab rails, paddle tap handles, mirror, soap dispenser and paper towels. All fittings have been installed to dimensions recommended by Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE). A wheelchair is available to loan if required.

Many of the top attractions in North Wales are close to hand, Anglesey Sea Zoo, the Butterfly Palace, Open Farms, Plas Newydd ancestral home of the Marquis of Anglesey, Medieval Castles, Ancient Monuments and remains. Outdoors the area gives breathing space to enjoy walking in beautiful scenery, the coastal path or just relaxing on one of Anglesey's many unspoilt beaches. For the sports person there is horse riding, sailing, kayaking, bowls, fishing and golf courses within easy reach of the site. There is a small grocery shop and take away in the village of Brynsiencyn however supermarkets are only a short car drive away in Llanfairpwll and Menai Bridge. Slightly further afield is Snowdonia and all that has to offer including stunning scenery, mountain train rides, the welsh slate museum, electric mountain and much more. There is a good selection of tourist attraction leaflets available on site or an interactive console at James Pringle in Llanfairpwll.

We politely ask, in conjunction with this page, you must read the 'Additional information' page at the end of the website before booking as opening times and guidelines now apply to facilities on the park.