Things To Do...
Oakwood is the home of Megafobia, Speed, Drenched and Vertigo thrill rides. For younger ages there is Skull Rock, Creepy Crawler, Treetops, Neverland and much more.
Folly Farm has various activities and a wide variety of animals. There are Rhinos, Penguins, Giraffes, and Lions as well as a Jolly Barn and pets area. Folly Farm also has go-karts, a tractor trail and a fairground.
Heatherton has a variety of indoor and outdoor activities, including archery, air pistols, remote control car racing, walk on waters, a maze, soft play area and several levels of zip wires.
Dinosaur Park has 30 life-size dinosaurs, including velociraptors, a brachiosaurus and a T-Rex, with many more on their woodland dinosaur trail. It also has rides and activities such as trampolines, skiddy cars and disco boats.
Manor Wildlife Park is Wales' only walk-through safari. It has many animals including Meerkats, Red Pandas, Lemurs, Rhinos, Tigers and Zebras. It has a wildlife trail and several play areas.
Hanger 5 has over 100 indoor trampolines, as well as rollover platforms, a tricks airbag, a dodgeball court and a soft play area.
Wild Lakes Wales is an outdoor, water-based activity centre. It has an aqua park, a wild swim area, ringo rides and a bouldering wall.
Outer Reef Surf School offer a variety of activities such as surfing, kayaking and paddleboarding. They can also provide lessons and equipment hire.
Chapel Bay Fort is a military fortress that was built in the 1800s to protect Milford Haven. It has undergone renovations since 2005 and is now a visitor centre with a museum. It is located in the National Park and also has very good views of the sea and the surrounding coast.
Pembroke Castle is a Grade I listed medieval building and the birthplace of Henry VII, the first Tudor King. It is also the location of the siege of Pembroke which happened in 1648. You can take a tour around the wall walk or climb to the top of the Great Keep for a good view overlooking Pembroke and the Millpond.
Newton Farm Campsite is convenient for travel to and from the Irish Ferry terminal in Pembroke Dock. Irish Ferries travel from Pembroke Dock to Rosslare in County Wexford, taking vehicles and foot passengers.
Find out about events and places to visit in Britain's only coastal National Park.
If you are looking for a hassle-free glamping staycation in a furnished and ready to go bell tent, try Nights Under Canvas. They "know the best campsites to stay at" and Newton Farm Campsite is pleased to provide pitches for them.