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Reservation camping needed in high season

We will visit Wales in July, beginning August next year for about 3 weeks. We travel with 4 persons in 2 small tents by car. We are thinking about to visit Bacon beans, Pembrokeshire and Snowdonia. We intend to stay about 3 or 4 nights on a camping. Our preference is not to make reservations for campings. Is that good possible in the high season or is it better to make reservations in advance?
Thanks for answering.

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I'm assuming that the auro correct has changed Brecon Beacons for you! Depending on what sort of campsite you like I would say it might be good to make reservations in advance as your options will be limited otherwise. If your plans coincide with a hot weekend then there is a chance of many sites being full. If you like small campsites (I'm talking less than 10 pitches) with good showers I can recommend Point Farm campsite in Dale, Pembrokeshire. For the Brecon Beacons perhaps consider sites along the River Wye and perhaps do some canoeing.

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It is the River Usk that flows through the Brecon Beacons National Park rather than the Wye - which skirts the NE boundary. Anyway, in the Usk valley - just SE of Brecon, this camp site is ideally located and has high ratings:>

Here is a site about camp sites in Pembrokeshire:>

I would be inclined to firstly visit a campsite in south Pembrokeshire - somewhere west of Tenby. Then move to one in north Pembrokeshire - perhaps near St.David’s. Use this map to explore the county. If you switch off satellite view, the green areas are the most scenic. (Ignore the red marker).