Things to do on your camping holiday

If this is your first visit to Pembrokeshire, you're in for a nice surprise.

Beautiful beaches and coastline, the sea of course, lovely little villages, art and craft galleries, historical relics, the peaceful countryside. So here, in no particular order are some of our top things to do!
Penycwm beach campsites
Bask, swim or surf from some of the finest beaches in the UK. Pembrokeshire has many outstanding beaches right around its coastline. The popular beaches or Whitesands can be a bit busy in the peak summer months but there are literally dozens of smaller beaches where you might have it all to yourself!
Two ladies kayaking off Pembrokeshire coast
Try coasteering or kayaking around one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. When time permits the first thing Annie and I do is get the kayaks out and head down to the sea. We might catch a handful of mackerel and paddle over to a nice beach for a BBQ of fresh mackerel and salad. It’s a tough life…
Pembrokeshire coast path sign near Abereiddi
Walk the coastal path - the nearest start point from here is Porthgain, a five minute drive away. No matter which piece of the coastal path you choose, it’s guaranteed to take your breath away. It doesn’t need to be an energetic walk and you will always be rewarded with beautiful views and plenty of wildlife.
St David
Explore St Davids the smallest city in the UK with its magnificent cathedral and Bishops Palace. St Davids has a number of local art and craft galleries, a couple of nice surf gear shops and places to buy good local food. There’s also a handful of nice pubs and restaurants. St Davids is seven miles from the campsite.
Two cyclists riding with Newport beach in the distance
Cycle along quiet country lanes. One of my favourite cycle rides is from here to Solva, via Middle Mill. It’s 6.5 miles, mostly flat and all on quiet lanes. A pint in the Harbour Inn, or a paddle if the tide is in, then home. There are lots rides like this and many are suitable with children (so bring your bikes if you can!).
Watercolour of gull in flight by artist Jo Kimpton
Browse art and craft galleries and take home a little piece of Pembrokeshire. This area is home to dozens of artists and craftsmen. We have our favourites - for me it’s John Knapp-Fisher, who captures the spirit of Pembrokeshire. John’s gallery is just up the road. For Annie it is without doubt Jo Kimpton.
Early moring campsite with sycamore tree
Take a stroll around the farm. We have about two kilometres of footpaths to explore. On the western and northern fringes of our land is an area we call 'the rough' that runs alongside the stream. It’s a real haven for nature, undisturbed, somewhat wild and good place for quiet contemplation.
Family of glamping holidaymakers in Pembrokeshire
Relax and unwind, enjoy the campsite, a cosy camp fire, a good book, family, friends, the big sky, the peace and the quiet. This is the essence of Ty Parke. The pace of life here is slow and things just naturally take their course. When the sun shining and all is settled, I can’t think of anywhere else I’d rather be.
Have a look at the Planning Your Stay page for details of places where you can try coasteering, kayaking or surfing. You can also hire wet suits on the beach at Whitesands and Newgale.

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This is a wonderful campsite, close to lovely seaside beaches and always lots of things to do and see. We have never been to such a friendly site, all our needs were met. We will be back!
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Thanks for providing a brilliant campsite, we've stayed at lots and this is by far the best! We love the peace & quiet, the space, the lovely showers and especially, the cosy campfires!
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Your campsite is brilliant - the best we have been to. Our children had a fantastic time in a safe environment. We had problems dragging them out to the beach during the day!
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