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From Haverfordwest, follow B4327 to Dale.
On entering Dale follow the road along Dale seafront, turning left towards the Griffin, keeping the sea on your left.† Continue past the pub and go straight on following the signs to the Field Studies Centre. Keeping the sea on your left, continue past Dale Yacht Club (Coco's Brasserie) on the right.† The road continues round to the left,††behind the seafront cottages (on your left). Point Farm is a further 350m up the single track lane on your right.
On entering Point Farm, please turn into the car park at the bottom of the main drive.
The location makes off-site activities a bit of a no brainer! The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs directly alongside the campsite, with a number of circular walks taking in the local beaches - Dale, Watwick, Marloes - and the site is a mere 450 meters walking distance from picturesque Dale village. On the waterfront, West Wales Watersports (01646 636642) offer tuition and hire of sailing dinghies, windsurfs and stand-up paddle boards. Or, take a short drive to Martins Haven where you can take the ferry out to Skomer Island (01646 603123) and marine nature reserve (15 minutes). Dale Fort Field Studies Centre (01646 636205) run short wildlife courses for all the family (1 mile) and there are local charter boat fishing trips for any budding anglers.
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