St Davids Camping and Caravanning Club Site provides breath-taking views of the Irish Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Sitting on the tip of the south west Welsh coast, this park is one of the most popular campsites in Pembrokeshire with a large number of regular visitors who fall in love with the park and the local area and just can’t stop coming back. Open from late April until late September, the park offers 40 pitches, welcoming motorhomes, touring caravans and campervans, and cars with tents onto the site.
Electric hook-ups are available, while basic facilities including toilets, laundry rooms, and chemical waste disposal are conveniently available on-site. We also offer Wi-Fi internet access for you to use at your convenience during your stay, and we are happy for you to bring your pets along to experience this wonderful part of the Welsh coastline.
A picturesque mile-long walk from famous Heritage Coastline, our park is a favourite among walkers, who regularly head out onto the cliff tops and beaches as well as exploring the green and wooded areas that make up the whole of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. St. David’s, famous for being the smallest city in the United Kingdom, is only five miles from our site, where you will find everything from shopping boutiques and quirky cafes to restaurants, pubs, and a selection of other friendly, local businesses. The city is also famous for its artistic community; while there are many galleries and exhibitions being held at any given time, you can also expect to find many works from local artists on sale in local coffee houses and stores, many of which have often been created by the shop owners themselves.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path will take you to some of the best sights to be seen in the local area, while weekly sheepdog trials, boat trips around the Welsh coast, and bird watching tours are among the most popular activities to be enjoyed here. Those feeling extra energetic and adventurous can hire a bike or go horse riding instead for a unique perspective on this beautiful area.
You can also take the ferry to Ireland for the day if you wish to do so, travelling from the seaside town of Fishguard, to the north, across to Rossclare. You should also visit the nearby woollen mills, where you are able to buy a newly made product or even commission your own design to get a real personal memento of your trip to South Wales.
Drinking Water Taps
Ice pack freezing facilities
St David’s – Britain’s smallest city – is five miles away. Its cathedral has been a place of pilgrimage since the Middle Ages.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park surrounds the Site, the country’s only coastal National Park.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path has breathtaking scenery and a superb array of flora and fauna.
Scolton Manor houses Pembrokeshire’s County Museum.
Weekly sheep dog trials are held two miles from Site.
Take a boat trip round the RSPB reserve at Ramsey Island to see the breeding choughs and peregrines. Discounts are available on Site.
The Puffin Shuttle and Celtic Coaster bus services travel up the coast. Campers can catch the bus from outside the Site.
There is a thriving artistic community in and around St David’s, with many galleries and exhibitions to explore. Hilton Court Gardens and Crafts houses several.
Solva Woollen Mills is one of the original Welsh Mills, where you can buy a traditional rug or even commission your own.
The ferry to Ireland goes from Fishguard to Rosslare.
Whitesands beach, just below St David’s Head, is ideal for surfing and launching boats.
Whale and dolphin watching boat trips leave from St Justinian.
The county town of Haverfordwest is dominated by its castle. It has good shopping facilities.
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