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Wood Park Caravan and Camping take pride in promoting an unrivalled setting and your Tenby holiday starts from the moment that you arrive. They offer a safe environment creating a restful, leisurely and relaxing holiday for all.

Whether it's a holiday caravan, a pitch for your touring caravan, or tent, Wood Park Caravan and Camping would like to welcome you to their beautiful park. Upon arrival at Wood Park, the spectacular green and open space that greets you is what sets them apart from many others.

Wood Park Caravan and Camping comprises 10 acres of grounds with quality amenities, and everyone can enjoy the open green space. Their visitors can enjoy the tranquillity of Wood Park with countryside views and from here visit the picturesque town of Tenby, just one mile away, and Saundersfoot, only one and a half miles away. Waterwynch Bay is 15 minutes walk. Wood Park is ideally located for exploring the surrounding area, with its beautiful sandy beaches and local attractions.

Nestling in beautiful countryside just off the main Tenby road, Wood Park is a sheltered well-planned, family-owned and run park which caters for families and couples (Wood Park Caravan and Camping do not take groups).


Wood Park Caravan and Camping endeavour to provide a relaxing holiday on a park that blends into the natural environment with landscaping, trees and plants. Wildlife - rabbits, foxes, badgers and numerous species of birds - live here in their natural habitat. In today's world of quality and price, they aim to provide our customers with traditional family service combined with value for money. It is hardly surprising then that their high standards and location bring back holiday visitors year after year - they must be doing something right!

Wood Park Caravan and Camping have achieved Four Stars for excellence - awarded by Visit Wales and AA 3 Pennants. Park facilities include a licensed bar, games rooms with pool tables, etc., children's play area, laundrette, modern, clean toilet shower block, washing-up sinks, Chemical disposal points.

The park is organised into five sections - four for holiday caravans with some areas exclusively for privately-owned caravans and one for touring caravans and tents, allowing a degree of privacy and seclusion for everyone. Bank Holidays and school holidays are the busiest times. June, July (before the school holidays start) and September are perfect for a quieter break.

Although their park is peaceful and relaxing, they are still within easy reach of all the attractions Pembrokeshire has to offer - from theme parks to go-karts and history to mystery. Its castles provide a glimpse of the past; its beaches are amongst the cleanest and safest in the country. You can enjoy all the area's attractions which make this part of the coastline so appealing to visitors.

For the more energetic and fun-loving there is Wales's most famous theme park - Oakwood, Folly Farm Anna Ryder-Richardson's Anna's Welsh Zoo and Heatherton along with many other local attractions.


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