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Kennexstone Camping & Touring Park in Swansea

Set in the heart of the beautiful Gower Peninsula, Kennexstone Camping & Touring Park is the number one choice for the more discerning camper. Ideally situated amongst a working organic farm environment, the site benefits from its owner's real love and drive for returning a varied wildlife back into the countryside.

With over twenty glorious local beaches within easy driving distance, numerous walking routes suitable for all ages and experience leading directly from the site and a wealth of wildlife to enjoy and explore, Kennexstone Farm Camping Site 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 plethora of sporting and countryside activities including surfing, golf and pony trekking. Gower even caters for hang gliding enthusiasts with the nearby Rhossili Downs.
With some of the most spectacular views in the whole of the UK and containing a comprehensive and diverse wildlife habitats available , make Gower your number one choice of holiday locations and Kennextstone Farm Camping Site your first choice for your camping and caravanning requirements.



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Excellent Campsite. Stayed for a long weekend and was very impressed with the cleanliness of the facilities. The pitches are extremely well maintained. Excellent showers and very freindly staff. Would definately visit again.
Lucy (31st May 2011)