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Camping in Pembrokeshire

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The stunning southwest county of Pembrokeshire in Wales is a popular holiday destination, home to rich Welsh heritage, majestic coastline, traditional seaside towns and historical landmarks. Whether you're visiting for a weekend or a week, you'll never run out of things to do whilst camping in Pembrokeshire.

Camping in Pembrokeshire FAQs

Are there any family-friendly campsites in Pembrokeshire?
Yes. We have several family-friendly campsites available to book in Pembrokeshire. Whether it’s a campsite by the beach or a playground on site, you will be sure to find an ideal campsite to take the kids. Simply select ‘Family Friendly’ in the facility filter above to show all the family-friendly campsites in Pembrokeshire available to you.
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Do Pembrokeshire campsites have WiFi?
WiFi on campsites varies on the location. To know if your chosen campsite has WiFi, you can scroll to the bottom of your chosen campsite and look out for the WiFi icon.
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Do I need to be a member to stay at the Clubs campsites in Pembrokeshire?
When visiting Pembrokeshire, you must be a member to access any member exclusive campsites . However, our St Davids campsite is available to members and non-members, and it is a great camping location.
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Can I go fishing in Pembrokeshire?
Yes. We have several campsites with onsite fishing facilities available. You can check out which campsites offer fishing here.
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More about our camping and caravan sites in Pembrokeshire

We have a wide selection of campsites scattered throughout Pembrokeshire. With such a variety, you can enjoy the 186-mile Pembrokeshire coastline, take on some adrenaline-filled activities and relax on the UK's best beaches.

The Club also has its own campsite located in Pembrokeshire. Our St Davids Club Site is perfectly located, so you're staying just a few miles away from some of the county's best monuments.

Top 10 things to do in Pembrokeshire

You'll never run out of things to do in Pembrokeshire as the county is bursting with fun activities and adventures for everyone. Here are our top picks for an unforgettable camping experience.

1. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

There will never be a dull moment when camping in Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one of the three largest parks in Wales, stretching for 186 miles.

As well as being popular with walkers, the park is also excellent for mountain biking, climbing, pony trekking and bird watching

That’s not all. The Coast offers an array of water sports and is popular with surfers, kayakers and canoeists. 

2. St Davids

As one of the smallest cities in the UK, St Davids is the perfect day trip during your visit to Pembrokeshire. At the heart of the small, yet stunning city, you'll find St Davids Cathedral. The famous cathedral has been a place of pilgrimage since the 12th century and a must-visit location.

That's not all St Davids has to offer. You can take a stroll down the cobbled streets lined with beautiful cafes and restaurants, relax on a peaceful boat trip or visit some outstanding galleries surrounding the city.

3. Pembroke Castle

A trip to Pembrokeshire is incomplete until you visit the monumental Pembroke Castle — the birthplace of Henry VII, father of Henry VIII, and a considerable King in his own right.

When visiting the medieval castle, we highly recommend taking a guided tour that will walk you through the castle's rich history and send you back in time.

You can climb the 80ft Great Keep for a stunning view over Pembrokeshire or go down to Wogan's Cavern and see what's hiding under. 

4. Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo

Whether you're an animal lover or looking for a family fun day out, Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is a great day out. You can see over 750 animals at the zoo, including lions, penguins and giraffes or get up close to furry and feathery farmyard friends at the barn.

That's not all. Folly Farms also has 17 different rides in their vintage fairground and eight adventure play areas, so there's always something to do.

5. Coasteering

No camping trip is complete without a bit of adventure. To get your adrenaline pumping, have a go at coasteering.

Coasteering is a unique water sports experience that combines cliff jumping, rock climbing and sea swimming. With Pembrokeshire's magnificent coastline, you can swim into sea caves, climb up natural rock arches and dive into the water.

This adrenaline-packed experience is not for the faint-hearted, but we can guarantee it'll be a memorable experience.

6. Whale and dolphin watching

While camping in Pembrokeshire, you can take several boat trips out into the sea. Here, you'll come across bottlenose dolphins as well as thousands of visiting dolphins in the summer months. 

That's not all. The large waters have an array of huge fin whales and smaller minke whales that can be seen swimming around.

7. The Blue Lagoon

Although Iceland is famous for its Blue Lagoon, Pembrokeshire has its very own magical escape. The Blue Lagoon was the former slate quarry that closed in 1910. It was formed when the channel connecting the quarry to the sea was blasted, allowing the sea to flood in.

The slate now gives a blue colour to the water, and it has become a popular spot for photographers and those who enjoy coasteering.

8. Beaches

Pembrokeshire's coast is home to some of the UK's best beaches. With a high concentration of blue flag beaches, the Welsh coast meets high quality and strict environmental standards, thus making it breathtakingly beautiful and super clean. 

There are numerous beaches to visit when camping in Pembrokeshire, but we highly recommend taking a stroll down Barafundle Bay Beach — a little-known gem of Pembrokeshire and one of the best-ranked beaches in the UK.

You can check out our nearest campsites to Welsh beaches here

9. Tenby

Tenby is a Victorian seaside town with stunning views and an incredible history. Tenby was known as a spa town during the Victorian era due to the fresh air, great waters, and sandy coast. The town is still very much known for its beaches as well as its medieval history and wildlife.

10. Oakwood Theme Park

Oakwood Theme Park is a family fun theme park full of toddler-friendly rides to fast thrills and spills. The park holds regular events, from spectacular firework displays to spooky Halloween adventures. When visiting the park with your family and friends or on a solo trip, there is never a dull moment.  

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