Caravan & Camping
Park on the
Gower Peninsula

We are located on the Gower peninsula, Britain’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty, which extends 20km westwards from the City of Swansea. The peninsula is an ageless delight, with its landscape of cosy villages, farms, castle ruins and common land, bounded by 40km of incredible coastline and world renowned beaches.

Situated on the western edge of the peninsula, you will find the most breathtaking of all Gower’s beaches, Rhossili Bay. From Worm’s head in the south, to the tidal islet of Burry Holmes to the north, the 3 mile sweep of golden sands is a constant reminder of the splendour of Gower.

It is here, at the foot of Rhossili Down, 200m from the beach, embraced by farm and moorland and an extensive sand dune system, that you will find Hillend.

But don’t just take our word for it!

“Gower is one of the most naturally beautiful areas of Britain, and this site is situated on the edge of its most dramatic stretch of coastline. Huge dunes flank a vast expanse of sand that stretches for several miles. Despite the fact that it feels like you’re in the largest open space in the world, there’s a cosy and friendly spirit to the site.”

The Guardian


Caravan Park

The 250 caravans and lodges at Hillend are spread over 26 acres of undulating sand dunes and burrows.

The park is situated at the foot of Rhossili Downs and is just a stones throw away from Gower’s ‘Jewel in the crown’ the magnificent Rhossili Bay.

Some of the caravans and lodges sit cosily amongst the sand dunes, others nestle beneath the downs and most enjoy spectacular views of the beach and beyond to the coastline of Carmarthen Bay.

Entry level prices for traditional caravans start at around £30k and generally range up to £50k.

The lodges, which are built to residential standards and specifications are much larger twin units which usually measure 40′ by 20′ . These can range in price generally from £130k–£175k


The season is 9 months from the 1st March–30th November

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