Oakland Caravan Park
Oakland Caravan Park consists of 22 static caravan pitches and is open from 1st March to 9th January each year. Currently we have vacant pitches available.
The Park nestles at the top of a hill between Amroth and Wisemans Bridge, each being only 1 mile away, with Tenby 6 miles, and is close to the glorious Blue Flag beaches and stunning coastline of South Pembrokeshire. Access onto the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path is near-by, as are many more coastal and country walks. Also, historic castles, charming villages, tourist attractions and golf courses are all within easy distance. The Park itself, has landscaped gardens, well maintained lawns and beautiful trees, especially the 2 old gnarled oak trees at the centre of the play area that give the Park it's name.
Since 2000 it has been totally redeveloped solely for static caravans, and now each spacious pitch for a 12 foot caravan has it's own car space and patio (or decking area). All the pitches are fully serviced and have piped gas, which along with the electric is metered. The hamlet of Summerhill is just a 5 minute walk away, with a regular bus service through to Tenby. There is a railway station, large Co-op supermarket and a chemist at Kilgetty, just 2½ miles away.
Here are some local attractions surrounding the caravan park. The caravan park is perfectly located to enjoy all the countryside, coast and attractions of South Pembrokeshire and an ideal base from which to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Amroth, a popular seaside village with a long sandy Blue Flag beach, shops, pubs, restaurants and free parking. Wisemans Bridge, a tiny hamlet with rock pools and a part sandy beach. Free parking and a good pub. Colby Woodland Garden, within walking distance, is a woodland garden with an industrial past.
Stepaside, with remains of an old iron works and a dismantled railway line. The railway line is now a flat path leading to Wisemans Bridge, and on through tunnels, to Coppet Hall (previously Coalpit Haul) and Saundersfoot. Saundersfoot, a small, seaside resort with lots of parking, pubs and restaurants, mainly situated around the bustling harbour, which was originally built to transport coal from local mines. It also has a Blue Flag beach.
Tenby, a pretty, quaint seaside town with pastel coloured houses, winding streets, medieval walls, quirky shops, historic harbour and 3 Blue Flag beaches. Throughout the summer holidays the centre is pedestrianised during the day, and the bars and restaurants expand out onto the streets. Boat trips run from here through the spring and summer, for mackerel fishing, island cruising and to Caldey Island. There is also a museum and art gallery, Tudor Merchants House and the new RNLI Lifeboat Station, all worth a visit.
Caldey Island, open Easter to October is home to Cistercian Monks. There is an Abbey, a Priory, a Post Office and museum, a lighthouse and a village on the island. They also produce chocolate and perfume.
- Laugharne and Dylan Thomas's Boathouse
- Carew Castle and Tidal Mill
- Pembroke Castle
- Llys Y Fran Reservoir
- St Davids, the smallest city in Britain, and Cathedral
- Preseli Mountains
- Oakwood Theme Park
- Blue Lagoon Water Park
- Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
- Manor Wildlife Park
- Heatherton Country Sports Park
- Ritec Valley Quad Bikes
- Battlefield LIVE
- Cwm Deri Vineyard
- St Govan's Chapel
- The Secret Owl Garden
- Dolphin and whale watching
- Coasteering and paddleboarding