MULTI-million pound plans have been submitted for the development of a spectacular state-of-the-art leisure complex at a popular holiday park in Towyn.

SF Parks submitted proposals for a six-lane bowling alley, rooftop bar, extended amusement arcade and relocated reception and offices at its Golden Gate Holiday Centre.

The revamped facilities will complement a new swimming pool and renovated clubhouse on-site.


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And they come as the business seeks to increase the current seven-and-a-half month season to 10-and-a-half months in a bid to further boost the economy and create more full-time jobs.

Doing so would also mean these attractions could be used by caravan owners and the public throughout the year.

It is another investment by directors Oliver and Jonathan Seldon, who want to build the seaside town’s reputation as a popular tourist destination.

“Bringing people to the area throughout the year, not just in the summer, is vital for Towyn and surrounding areas,” said Jonathan.

“Which is why the application to extend the season at Golden Gate to 10-and-a-half months goes hand-in-hand with our plans to transform the leisure facilities and continue improving the experience for our loyal customers.”

Oliver added: “Our plans for Golden Gate and Whitehouse Leisure Park will be followed by improvements at our other parks, as across the portfolio we want to continue creating high-quality facilities for families to enjoy.

“We have had tremendous feedback from owners, from the community and businesses who all want to see more things to do, more jobs and a thriving Towyn all year round - our commitment to further investment reflects that.”

In addition to Whitehouse and Golden Gate – which host more than 830 caravans - SF Parks owns Riverside and Sun Valley in Rhuddlan, and Sirior Bach in Moelfre, Abergele. 

These plans follow the opening of Whitehouse’s “High Ropes” course earlier this year, which comprises 11 different elements for people to take on, including the “quick-flight jump” to finish.

“The Jump” also opened at Whitehouse Leisure Park this summer, which SF Parks describes as an “adrenaline-fuelled activity”.