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Pembrokeshire Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in Pembrokeshire

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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in Pembrokeshire

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  • Pembroke Castle
    Pembroke Castle
    Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played leading roles in shaping Britain's history, this historic showpiece is the birthplace of Henry Tudor, father to the infamous Henry VIII and grandfather of Elizabeth I.

  • St Davids & Ramsey Island
    St Davids & Ramsey Island
    Situated in West Wales St Davids is Great Britain's smallest city and is surrounded by the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Ramsey Island, an RSPB reserve lies a mile offshore.

  • Oakwood Theme Park
    Family fun for all ages.
    Open 27/03 - 19/04 then CLOSED Tues/Weds till 01/06
    then Open All Week until 12/09
    when only open Weekends and School Half Term

  • The Welsh Wildlife Centre ( Nature Reserve)
    Nature Trails consist of : Badger Trail, Gorge Trail,Squirrel Trail, Otter Trail.
    Picnic Areas Cycle paths a Canoe Centre.

  • National Trust Places to Visit
    Check out the website for National Trust places to visit in the area.

  • Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
    Folly Farm is one of the largest family attractions in Wales.
    OPEN from 2nd January to 19th December 2010
    - from 20th March to 3rd September 9am to 5.30pm
    then check website for other opening times of the year.

  • Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
    Click for Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort home page Castell Henllys is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating to around 600BC.

  • The Blue Lagoon Waterpark
    Blue Lagoon is a place where carefree summers and cold winter nights come alive
    with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and special places just for kids.
    It‘s a fun-filled, sub-tropical waterpark that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.

  • Forestry Commission in Wales
    2011 is the International Year of Forests.
    Check the website for local activities, events and facilities in the local forest areas.

  • The Slate Workshop
    The Slate Workshop was established in 1885. It is in a renovated cornmill beside the Eastern Cleddau River. Here we produce fine lettering and creative designs, using both traditional craftsmanship and modern methods.

  • Pembrokeshire Craft Makers


  • Historic Houses Association
    Over 315 properties throughout the UK to visit.
    Check website for current opening hours and tariff.

  • Pembrokeshire Falconry
    Enjoy a face to face with birds of prey and share in the magic and excitement that only comes from that first time a hawk, falcon, eagle or owl lands on your arm.

Information about Pembrokeshire

Some information about Pembrokeshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

It seems these days more and more holiday makers are staying in the England, Scotland and wales for camping and caravanning, motorhome and RV holidays.

On the right hand side of the page there is a list of camp sites, caravan parks and holiday parks Pembrokeshire to choose from just simply click on the campsite name to see an aerial view. Some of the listings have a gold smiley these are featured listings and hold information about the site.

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On the left of the page is a list of things to do, attractions and businesses in Pembrokeshire County, these are linked to their websites for more information.

Pembrokeshire is a maritime county, bordered by the sea on three sides, by Ceredigion to the north east and by Carmarthenshire to the east. Its economy relies heavily on tourism, but agriculture is still important, and petrochemical and liquid natural gas industries have been developed on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary.

The administrative headquarters and historic county town is Haverfordwest and other settlements include Pembroke itself, Pembroke Dock, Milford Haven, Fishguard, Tenby, Saundersfoot, Narberth, Neyland and Newport. St David's, in the North west of the county, is the United Kingdom's smallest city.

The county has a coastline comprising important seabird breeding sites and numerous bays and sandy beaches. Pembrokeshire boasts a predominantly coastal National Park known as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, of which includes a 186-mile walking trail known as the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. A large estuary and natural harbour at Milford Haven cuts deeply into the coast, formed by the confluence of the Western Cleddau (which goes through Haverfordwest), the Eastern Cleddau and rivers Cresswell and Carew. The estuary is bridged by the large Cleddau Bridge (toll bridge) which bears the A477 between Neyland and Pembroke Dock; upstream bridges are found crossing the Cleddau at Haverfordwest and Canaston.

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