We stayed at this site on the banks of Bala Lake during an enjoyable spell of fine weather in June 2018. 

The road from the Bala end of the Lake is the preferred entry route for anyone towing anything bigger than a wheel barrow, be warned it is a single-track road with limited passing places, so pay attention to the arrival and departure times. The entrance track to the site crosses a railway over a narrow stone walled bridge, but once on the site there is plenty of manoeuvring room.

Bala Lake

The electric hook up points are at the Northwest (Bala) end of the site and a couple of hundred meters from the facilities although there is a fresh water tap close to them.

There is a hard track along the middle of the site but the pitches are grass, something that we prefer.

The site is extremely popular with campers, especially at weekends, but nevertheless we found it quiet overnight, partly because few of them found their way to the far end of the site where we were pitched; too far from the toilets perhaps. 

There is an excellent dog walk through the woods along the lakeside, our dog seemed very satisfied with the arrangement and enjoyed swimming in the lake. He left the site considerably cleaner than he was when he arrived. 

Sudden aircraft noise can be unsettling until you realise that the lake forms part of the low-flying practice route for the RAF and you have learnt to keep half an eye open for them. 

We found the resident staff both friendly and helpful at all times, and would certainly consider using this site again when visiting this part of Wales.