Caravan campsites as well as cabins near Tenby with electricity hookup and water hookup

Outdoor adventurers and nature lovers will love the Welsh seaside appeal of Tenby and the surrounds.

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5 top cabins sites near Tenby with electricity hookup and water hookup

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Rhosson Ganol

46 units · Motorhomes, Tents4 acres · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Wales' westernmost campsite, boasting stunning views overlooking Ramsey Sound on the Pembrokeshire Coast
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£14
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Covert Farm Camping

35 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A small and peaceful wildlife haven, 10 minutes' drive from the beach
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£28
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Marros Mountain Camping

13 units · Motorhomes, Tents120 acres · Pendine, Wales
Set in the heart of rural Wales, Marros Mountain is surrounded by 140 acres of beautiful farmland as far as the eye can see, with fields, woodland, and the sea all within eyeshot. There’s plenty of opportunities to explore, with Marros Sands, Pendine, Telpyn Point and Amroth all in the surrounding area, including the start of the world famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path. There’s also a path through the nearby woodland and farmland for you to explore, with streams, ponds, and plenty of wildlife. As the site is part of a working farm, you may also get the chance to spot a few highland cattle, as well as chickens and sheep! And if you fancy leaving the tranquility for a bit more hustle and bustle, you can catch a bus from just outside our entrance to Saundersfoot and Tenby, two of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK.
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£20
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68 Degrees West

10 units · Glamping, Motorhomes1 acre · Cradoc, Wales
Pod glamping and family camping on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, with a handy location near Brecon town and sunrises you'll never forget.
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Camping 5 Acres

26 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Taunton, Somerset, South West England
As you'd expect from a site with such a name, there's a whole lot of space in which to relax and explore at 5 Acres, a large grassy site in the Somerset Levels. Kids and dogs are both welcome on site here, and there's plenty of scope for them to run about and play games safely away from barbecues and campfires (which are also permitted to keep you warm and fed in the evenings). Facilities on site include firepits, a toilet and shower block and outdoor sinks with mains water. Dogs must be kept on leads at all time. We class ourselves as a quite site so no amplified music. Mains hook ups are 6Amp max rated. Pitches are approximately 16m x 20m. The flag, firepit and pitch number line up in the centre of your pitch. The surrounding Somerset Levels aren’t just out in the sticks – they also produce them. Willow cane has been cultivated the traditional way in this part of the county for hundreds of years and can be seen growing within a mile of 5 Acres. The Levels are also a wildlife haven, making them an all-round top choice for country walks along the many trails nearby. And while this may be a rural retreat, it's also one that's easy to get to as it's just off the A378 (no winding country lanes to negotiate for this one…) Taunton town centre, with its wide range of shops and supermarkets, is a 15-minute drive away. The closest pub and coffee shop are five minutes away by road.
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Caravan campsites as well as cabins near Tenby with electricity hookup and water hookup guide

Overview

With beautiful Blue Flag beaches and plenty of nearby campgrounds, Tenby is a Pembroke destination for outdoor adventurers and campers in its own right and an ideal base from which to explore the wider South Wales region. With hills and mountains to the east, miles of coastal path to the west, and nearby islands such as St. Catherine’s Island and Caldey Island, visitors are spoilt for choice in Tenby, which is also within driving distance of other Welsh seaside towns such as Manorbier and Saundersfoot. Campers aren’t short on options either, whether you prefer caravanning, en-suite glamping sites with yurts and bell tents, or family-run campgrounds.

Where to go

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, within which the town of Tenby is set, is dotted with family-run campsites and caravan parks offering views over the Irish Sea, as well as upscale glamping options. Plus, birdwatchers, horseback riders, and hikers are well-catered for within the park, which is also a hotspot for water-based activities like surfing and canoeing. If you have the time, you can also walk the length of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

Cardigan Bay

While Cardigan Bay extends almost the entire length of the West Wales coast, the southern portion—from Aberystwyth down—is easily accessible in under two hours from Tenby. There, walk the southern portion of the Ceredigion Coast Path, enjoy the Blue Flag beaches, or try a wealth of watersports, such as coasteering and canoeing. Whichever stretch of the Bay you choose to explore, you won’t be short on full-service holiday parks complete with hook-ups and wifi, campervan sites, and campgrounds in which to pitch your tent.

Brecon Beacons National Park

Bike the Taff Trail, hike the miles of well-signposted rights of way, and stargaze after dark in the Brecon Beacons National Park, the only International Dark Sky Reserve in Wales. Just over an hour and a half east of Tenby, this national park is home to several family-friendly campsites and caravan parks—ideal during the winter months—that will suit most campers. Plus, enjoy inland water activities such as windsurfing and canoeing on Llangorse Lake.

When to go

Tenby is a pleasant seaside town which enjoys peak beach season during the sunny summer months of May to September. For outdoor pursuits, the cooler spring and autumn months are excellent, as well as quieter and cheaper. However, you should expect rainfall throughout the year, particularly during November, December, and January.

Know before you go

  • Tenby town centre may be small, but there are plenty of high-quality camp supply stores, such as Trespass and Mountain Warehouse.
  • St. Catherine’s Island is a tidal island, so access depends on the sea and the season. Check times and dates in advance before planning your visit.
  • Tenby hosts an annual Iron Man contest in September and a Long Course Weekend in July. During these dates, the town is overrun with visitors so make sure to book accommodation well in advance.
  • There’s a train station in Tenby although routes from Birmingham, Manchester, and London require at least one change in Swansea.

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