Cae Llwyd

Cae Llwyd is situated 4 miles southwest of Wrexham and at an altitude of nearly 300 metres. Its OS grid reference is SJ 2682 4807.

It is a greenfield site adjacent to a reservoir and adjoins the open moor land of Ruabon Mountain. It is ideal for back to basics camping, wilderness camps and as an overnight stop for D of E expeditions.

Facilities

Water tap, Campfire circle and Chemical toilet disposal point.

On-Site Activities

The campsite is home to a large reservoir which is great for canoeing, sailing and rafting.

Local Attractions

Being located near the towns of Wrexham and Llangollen, there are numerous activities nearby.

  • Outdoor climbing/abseiling
  • Indoor climbing
  • Water Activities
  • Valle Crucis Abbey and Castell Dinas Bran
  • Llangollen canal and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
  • Llangollen International Eisteddfod
  • Foothills of Wales City of Chester
Contact Details

Website: http://www.clwydscouts.org.uk/caellwyd/

Campsite contact

Gerry Kellet

E-Mail: gezabel@btinternet.com or llangollen@clwydscouts.org.uk