Pembrokeshire Coastal Camp
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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy. Its stunning coastline offers sandy beaches, hundreds of miles of footpaths, rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves. Our campsite is positioned in a stunning location on a small peninsula surrounded by views of the sea.
You can join us on a coastal walk visiting local beaches, you can snorkel in local bays, or you can just explore the rock pools and soak up the views.
The site has basic but clean facilities, loads of space and panoramic views of the sea! Showers operate on 50p coins.
You can see the campsite on this video made by Campr.co.uk https://youtu.be/EJuVXl67AdA
Dogs: Well behaved dogs are welcome at no additional cost. However site rules state that they must be with their owner at all times, and owners must immediately clean up after them.
Campervans and Caravans: Campervans can be accomodated at an additional cost of £5 for the weekend, when booked in advance with the OutdoorLads office on 0161 420 0001 or email@example.com. There are no electric hook-ups available. Unfortunately this event is not suitable for caravans.
What to bring
You will need 50p coins for the showers. 50p gives you around 4 minutes.
Tent: make sure you know how to pitch it, even in bad weather or in the dark. Check you have all the poles, ropes and pegs. A 3 season tent is the minimum recommended level of protection.
Sleeping bag: one that provides adequate warmth, designed to go below the temperature that you expect
Sleeping mat: will keep you warmer and dryer
Waterproof bags: for spare, dry clothing
Food: search online for camping food that’s easy to cook and filling
Hot drinks: at least in cold weather
Cooking Equipment: check you have fuel and know how yours works
Eating equipment: mug, bowl or plate and cutlery
Washing up equipment: detergent, brush/scourer and tea towel
Wash kit: remember to include a towel, shower gel and shampoo
Torch: or easier still, a head torch
Water: bring at least two litres
Medicines: if you have hay fever, diabetes, minor ailments etc.
Day rucksack: typically 20-30 litres, they are comfortable to wear and allow you to use your arms freely
Boots: waterproof and breathable and designed for hiking, trainers are OK if the ground is dry and there’s little chance of rain
Gaiters: recommended for wet weather or boggy conditions
Socks: proper walking socks will keep your feet dry and help prevent blisters
Layered clothing: lets you quickly adapt to changes in the weather and body temperature. Go for a base layer (vest or t-shirt) and a mid layer (a micro fleece or shirt) and in cooler weather add an outer layer (a windproof jacket or thick fleece)
Trousers: ideally no jeans as they become heavy and cold in the rain, breathable fabrics are more comfortable and dry and on warm days shorts are OK
Waterproof jacket: essential when hiking in all but the calmest of weather, breathable fabrics are more comfortable and dry
Gloves: Windproof, or better still, waterproof gloves are the best choice, bring a spare pair if expecting rain
Hat or cap: stay warm in winter and shaded in summer
Sunglasses: for any sunny day, even in winter
Sun cream: can be useful even on cloudy and winter days
Snacks: bring biscuits, energy bars, gels, bananas, chocolate or dried fruit for example and put them somewhere easy to get hold of
Lunch: bring a packed lunch unless otherwise stated
Food & drink
There is no shop on site, but the Marloes Village Store (two miles away) offer a wide range of groceries, a cafe & a post office. Serving breakfast, lunch, drinks and coffee. Highly rated for their delicious home made cakes and a great place to pick up a fresh out of the oven pasty and some Welsh cakes.
There is also a pub in the village. https://www.thelobsterpotmarloes.co.uk