10 Pembrokeshire Coast Campsites to Try

10 Places to GO Camping on Pembrokeshire Coast 

If you’re looking for a short holiday break, with family or friends, we’ve compiled a list of 10 campsites to try in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Spend a night in a truly stunning area of the UK.




  1. Gwaun Vale Caravan Park
    One of the best campsites for couples, families and groups on a walking holiday with hills and valleys all around, Gwaun Vale Caravan Park is a scenic and pet-friendly site just outside Fishguard that offers spaces for caravans with electric hook-ups and pitches tents. There is a laundry area and showers so you can have a wash after a long day walking, (great if you’re caught in the rain), and it is perfectly located for anyone catching the ferry over from Ireland. Maybe the best point, however, is that there’s a great little pub nearby!


    More Information: http://www.gwaunvale.co.uk/


  3. Tycanol Farm
    As a real working farm, Tycanol Farm is the perfect site for a family to visit – especially if you have young children who just love animals and tractors. With pitches for as many as 60 tents it can get quite busy in peak seasons but that just goes to show how popular a site it is. There is also space for four caravans and campers have access to toilets, showers and a laundry area so you can give your clothes a good scrub if you get muddy out walking or cycling. The farm is situated in the very centre of the Pembrokeshire National Park so there is easy access to a wide range of activities and popular tourist spots.


    More Information: https://coolcamping.com/campsites/uk/wales/west-wales/pembrokeshire/1052-tycanol-farm


  5. Llwyngwair Manor Holiday Park
    Open from March to October each year, Llwyngair Manor Holiday Park has a friendly and fun atmosphere in the peak season and even features its own children’s playground so the kids will have plenty of entertainment even when you’re trying to relax back at the tent. There is space for as many as 80 tent pitches and both caravans and motor homes are permitted. Guests can even bring as many as two dogs (who must be kept on a lead) with them for a truly family-friendly holiday and its central location makes it ideal for walkers and cyclists to venture out into the National Park. There’s even Wi-Fi and electricity if you’re stuck in your caravan or tent because of the bad weather! You can even pre-book a breakfast for a small fee!


    More Information: http://www.pembrokeshireholidaypark.co.uk


  7. Conifers Pentraeth Camping
    Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, Conifers Pentraeth has some incredible views on a sunny and clear day with guests able to see out to sea. Pets are welcome on the site if kept on a lead and there are electric hook-ups for those who need it. There are also showers and washing facilities if you need to get yourself clean after walking the dog or mountain biking. The farm itself is less than a mile from the town of Newport meaning that you can walk into town to find a range of activities or a bite to eat in a restaurant or some good old fashioned pub grub.


    More Information: http://www.coniferspentraeth.co.uk/


  9. Fishguard Bay Camping Park
    Fishguard Bay camping park is situated right on the cliff top meaning that you’ve got some incredible views out to sea. There are top class facilities available for guests to use including clean toilets and hot showers, and there are even heated floors to warm your feet up! All pitches have electric hook-ups meaning that you can connect your caravan for the full luxury camping experience. Pets are permitted on-site for a small charge and there are also some additional expenses for items such as awnings and gazebos so be sure to find out about these when you book.


    More Information: http://www.fishguardbay.com/stay-with-us/touring-and-camping/


  11. Tir Bach Farm
    On the working Tir Bach Farm you’ve got a number of different options when it comes to accommodation, including traditional yurt holidays! They offer a glamping experience and each comes with its own private space and even a balcony so that you can thoroughly enjoy the peaceful surroundings. If you’d rather opt for a more traditional camping experience then you can bring your own tent to stay in the levelled fields for a comfortable night’s stay. The owners have listened to a number of suggestions from past guests and have provided great facilities that even include a pizza oven! Pets are permitted on-site but must be kept on a lead because of the free-roaming animals.


    More Information: http://www.tirbachfarm.co.uk/family-campsite-yurts-pembrokeshire.php


  13. Kitewood Camping
    Described as a spacious family hideaway, Kitewood Camping is a woodland campsite set in 60 acres of beautiful rural Wales, within a stone’s throw from the beach. What more could you want? In fact, that’s one of the factors that makes it such a popular site so you need to ensure that you book your place early to avoid disappointment. There are 11 “hideaway” camping pitches where guests can have plenty of privacy and space to enjoy themselves, or if you don’t want to haul your own tent with you there are a number of refurbished Dragon Tipis that you can stay in instead.


    More Information: http://www.kitewoodcamping.co.uk/


  15. North Lodge Eco Holidays
    If you want to be “at one” with nature during your stay in the great outdoors then North Lodge Eco Holidays is for you. With traditional eco-friendly accommodation including campsites and log cabins in the beautiful countryside you can switch off from the world of cars, work and technology for a few days of peace and tranquillity. Each pitch is separated by long grass and hedgerows to ensure that you get your privacy, and group bookings are welcome.


    More Information: http://www.eco-camping.co.uk/


  17. Top of the Woods
    Located next to 325 acres of Pembrokeshire National Park woodland, Top of the Woods has everything you need for a fantastic camping holiday. There are a variety of different camping experiences available ranging from eco-friendly lodges to glamping with a range of on-site activities to keep the whole family entertained. There are wild beaches all around meaning they’re often quiet which is great for families, some secret waterfalls nearby and hammocks and yoga to really chill out.


    More Information: http://www.topofthewoods.co.uk/


  19. Hill Fort Tipis
    The Hill Fort Tipis campsite is a holiday unlike any other in the Pembrokeshire National Park. The unspoilt land which even includes the remains of an old Iron Age fort presents the perfect spot to stay in a traditional Tipi with no traffic noise, plenty of fresh fruit and veg available, local smoked fish, even milk and eggs on request. There are panoramic views that stretch out for miles around on a good day, perfect for watching the sunset over the sea from your site, gathered around the fire.


    More Information: http://hillfort-tipis.co.uk/