You can visit North Wales with kids all year round, and there's plenty of activities to keep you active and entertained. The main attraction for outdoor activities is Snowdonia National Park, which offers countless walking, hiking, and cycling tracks to suit every age and ability, including several waterfall walks and trails up Mount Snowdon for stunning views.
If small legs aren't up for the walk, another way to see Snowdon with kids is the historic Snowdon Mountain Railway. Alternatively, the quaint 19th-century Talyllyn Railway steam train line in the south of North Wales takes you through beautiful wild landscapes and past the impressive waterfalls at Dolgoch. The impressive Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in the northeast offers boat rides on the River Dee towards the Horseshoe Falls.
There's no shortage of historic sites to visit in North Wales, with the massive imposing 13th-century waterfront fortresses of Conwy Castle and Caernarfon Castle bound to impress kids and adults alike. For summer beach holidays, holiday lettings in and around the promenade-lined resort town of Llandudno and its North Shore Beach are a great pick.
If you're looking for fun family outings, you'll find no shortage of options on the island of Anglesey, including ancient Neolithic Stone Age sites, the Menai Suspension Bridge connecting Anglesey to the mainland, and beautiful Beaumaris Castle. If you're coming in September, don't miss the annual Beaumaris Food Festival at the castle, which attracts famous chefs and enthusiasts from across the UK and overseas.