Active fun = flying, rolling, dangling, racing and screaming!
If you have a head for heights then dangling from a rope in the tree canopy at Tree Tops might get the adrenalin flowing.
Prefer something down on the ground? Then karting or Battlefield LIVE should bring out your competitive nature.
For something at little more calmer, try a photo walk with expert tuition, guided ghost walks, or a walk with dinosaurs; perfect for little ones.
Experience wildlife and nature up close on a boat trip around the Pembrokeshire Islands or indulge in the sport of kings: Falconry.
Head back in time to the vinatge fun fair of Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo; Golden Gallopers, chair-o-planes and Waltzers will bring a smile to your face but for screams it has to be Oakwood Theme Park. See the world upside down on Speed, leave your stomach behind on Bounce or get totally Drenched!
No matter what level of active your looking for, there's a wide choice of attractions to choose from. The toughest decision is which one to try first.
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Probably the coolest new adventure sport to try, Stand Up Paddleboarding (or SUPing) aims to put have even the wobbliest of sea legs exploring the Pembrokeshire coast in no time!
Love wildlife? Then Bee and Ed might just have the best job in the world: wardens on Skomer Island. We caught the boat over to the island to see just what life on Skomer is really like.
The Barker family of 4 – Allen, Amanda, Max (aged 12) and Holly (aged 10) – were staycation addicts long before the term was ever invented.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.