Trefalun Park is a charming, family run holiday park found close to the historic town of Tenby, with great access to Pembrokeshire National Park and the amazing south west coast of Wales.
The park is open from late April to early October, and guests with touring caravans and tents are welcomed onto the site. Hard standing pitches are available, while all standard touring pitches are serviced with an electric hook up, along with a number of the tent pitches. Super pitches are also available to guests, which offer a higher electricity capacity as well as water and drainage hook-ups.
A selection of amenities are available for guests to use while staying at Trefalun Park, including heated toilet and shower blocks, a laundry room, and washing up facilities. Wi-Fi internet is available at a small additional cost.
There is plenty of open space around the park for families to enjoy as well as a sizeable dog walking area. Away from the site, guests will find plenty to do around Pembrokeshire National Park and the rest of the coastline. The coastline is highly regarded and considered one of the best on the planet, owing to its rugged, unspoiled nature. Guests will find plenty to do in the area, with the beaches perfect for swimming and paddling, as well as fishing. Those looking for active pursuits can also enjoy windsurfing and sailing, depending on the weather conditions. Clear seas also make scuba diving a popular activity, with groups often found by the coast as well as further out into the sea.
Children love exploring the rock pools and caves that are found at various points along the beach, while tourists that enjoy the coast but don’t want the sand beneath their feet have miles of cliff top trails that lead through countryside at their disposal, perfect for accessing on foot or bicycle.
Heatherton Country Sports Park is a popular tourist destination and is found within walking distance of the site. There, guests can enjoy a number of activities, including golf and bowls, while those seeking excitement will find it at the on-site go-karts and ‘bumper boats.’
Oakwood Theme Park is the largest such attraction in Wales and has a range of rides for all tastes, including the UK’s largest wooden rollercoaster, and is a short drive from the site. Folly Farm is a hugely popular attraction with tourists staying in the area, and is a fun day out for anyone looking to experience a working farm, with opportunities for children to bottle feed lambs and other small animals.
Guests looking to explore further afield can drive along the south coast and discover Llanelli and Swansea, while to the north west Aberystwyth and Cardigan are both amazing seaside locations. Ferry trips to Ireland are also available and a wonderful option for a day out, while to the north Snowdonia and a charming collection of Welsh countryside villages await discovery.
Trefalun Park is an amazing destination for a family holiday, with a range of attractions within easy reach of this fantastic park.
Oakwood Theme Park
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery
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