Bookings can be made by email, telephone or online - visit our website. Caravan field fully booked during school summer holidays.
5 Visit Wales Stars and 5 AA Gold Pennants awards.
A quiet family friendly park situated immediately adjacent to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. 250 metres to Caerfai Bay which is a sandy bathing beach, yet within walking distance of St Davids. All pitches have sea views and panoramic views of magnificent coastal scenery.
There are two amenity blocks. One in the Caravan field(new for 2017 includes a newly built, underfloor heated,toilet/shower block) and the second in the camping field; both blocks include toilets, free hot showers, baby changing facilities, dishwash, wetsuit washes and campers kitchens. A disabled facility is adjacent to the Park office. Four family rooms are available in the camping block. All facilities are cleaned twice daily.
The main amenity block also includes a laundrette, breakfast bar, toddler play area, tourist information and computer/internet access. WiFi is available across the site (fee payable). Free phone/laptop charging stations are situated in the camping block and information room (£1 key deposit). Ice pack service (20p), Calor Gas/Gaz, BBQ stands available at the Park office.
Hard standing and grass pitches, with hookup (10amps), available for touring caravans and motorhomes. Hookup pitches available for tents. Motorhome replenishment area with additional cassette disposal facility near Park Office.
For stays of 4 nights or longer a £30 deposit is required to confirm booking. For short stay booking (3 nights) payment is requested in advance and is non-refundable.
Please note dogs are not allowed in camping fields (fields 2 and 3 only) during the school summer holidays.
St Davids, Europe's smallest city, is within 10 minutes walking distance.
The Cathedral/Bishop's Palace ruins, 15 minutes walking distance.
Oriel Y Parc (OYP) Gallery/Information Centre/Cafe is at the top of Caerfai Road.
Coastal bus services operate, winter service now, from OYP car park and cover the majority of the Pembrokeshire coast to access walks, beaches, boat trips and local villages.
Various watersports - surfing, windsurfing, kayaking,coasteering are available locally, with diving further afield.
Local boat trips (discount vouchers available) offer wildlife watching (seabirds, seals,porpoises) coastal sightseeing and sea fishing. Landing is possible on RSPB's Ramsey Island, home to the UK's largest colony of Atlantic Grey Seals.
From Haverfordwest - Take the A487 to St. Davids. Turn left at the roundabout. Caerfai is signposted.
From Fishguard - Take the A487 to St. Davids. Turn left up the Glasfryn lane, before St Davids. At the roundabout take the second exit. Caerfai is signposted.
The Park is at the end of Caerfai road on the RIGHT, just before the small coastal car park. We are past Glan Y Mor and Caerfai Farm who are on the left.
Final approach is narrow so caravans/motor homes are recommended to exit in the morning and arrive after noon.