The Wye Valley Walk passes the campsite and the 90km Epynt Way traces the edge of the huge Epynt military Range nearby. And there are countless footpaths and bridleways across Breckshire and Radnorshire which you can access from Builth Wells.
Natural mountain bike routes surrounding Builth Wells are excellent - the OS explorer 188 and 200 are good maps for exploring the area - and the guys at our local bike shop Cycle-Tec can point you in the right direction too.
Builth is a great base for road cycling too - in 2016 a leg of the Tour of Britain finished in Builth Wells - and the Lôn Las Cymru (National Cycle Route 8) passes the campsite at the mid point between Holyhead and Cardiff.
There's an excellent 18-hole course at Builth Wells Golf Club, where the clubhouse is a converted 15th century traditional Welsh Long House. Llandrindod Wells Golf Club is also nearby, and both clubs are open to visitors.
The site is on the banks of the river Wye, famous for salmon and trout fishing, and near to the rivers Irfon, Duhonw and Edw. The Upper Wye Passport scheme allows you to fish for wild trout and salmon on a roving voucher system and day permits can be bought in the town. There is also good course fishing only seven miles away at Llandrindod Lake.
Canoeists can access the river Wye whenever the river is running high or at any time outside the main fishing season. The site is right next to the river so you can stay with us for an overnight stop.
There are pony treking providers nearby, and you can even try longer distances with Free Rein whose ponies sometimes stay in the field next to the campsite overnight while on one of their mid Wales treks.
LEISURE CENTRE & POOL
Builth Wells Leisure Centre has two squash courts, a gym, sauna and sports hall. The pool is next door - check details on 01982 552324 or click here for more.