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Kennexstone Camping and Touring Park
Set in the heart of the beautiful Gower Peninsula, South Wales, Kennexstone Camping & Touring Park is the number one farm campsite for the more discerning visitor. Ideally situated amongst a working organic farm environment, the touring park benefits from the owner's real love and drive for returning a varied wildlife back into the countryside.
Our Gower farm campsite is within easy driving distance of over twenty glorious local beaches, with numerous walking routes suitable for all ages and experience leading directly from the tranquil camping grounds. With a wealth of wildlife to enjoy and explore, Kennexstone Farm Camping & Touring Park is your unique opportunity to enjoy the complete rich diversity the Gower Peninsula has to offer.
For visitors with more energetic requirements, the peninsula offers a huge range of sporting and countryside activities including surfing, golf, pony trekking, archery, rock climbing, mountain boarding, Geocaching and superb fishing (both shore and boat). Gower even caters for hang gliding and para gliding enthusiasts at the nearby Rhossili Downs.
With some of the most spectacular views in the whole of the UK and containing a comprehensive and diverse set of wildlife habitats, make camping on the Gower at Kennexstone Farm camping site your first choice for your camping and caravanning holiday plans.
Kennexstone Farm is situated on the north west corner of the Gower Peninsula, Britain's first 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'
- The park covers an area of 10 acres and is divided into 3 parts.
- Total number of units permited is 240.
- Open from the 1st April to 30th September.
- Mostly level and is set back from the main road with good access.
- Pet friendly
- Child friendly
There are several different beaches within 2 miles, one of which has some of the best surfing in Wales and another borders a National Trust Nature Reserve.
The area is ideal for those who are looking to get away from it all, with pleasant walks, stunning scenery and 6 country pubs/hotels within 3 miles, all serving meals, if you want to forget about washing up.
We have a lot of ideas for future developments on the park, but due to the very stringent planning rules that apply within Gower, we have to be very careful that any development is not detrimental to the surrounding countryside and we are constantly discussing ways in which to achieve this, with the local planning authority.
Over the years, we have tried to run the farm in a manner that encourages the natural diversity of the area, and are proud of the number of different plant, animal, bird and insect species now resident on the farm.
Most of our visitors tell us that they appreciate the "non commercial" feel of the park, and stay with us for that very reason, with a good number having returned regularly for over 25 years.
We look forward to seeing you.
David and Emma Rogers.