Stone Pitt Caravan Park

About Stone Pitt Caravan Park

Family run park near coast. Peaceful location. Central for all Pembrokeshire's major attractions and wonderful beaches. Folly Farm, Bar/Restaurant within walking distance. Hardstanding pitches with greywater waste. Caravan storage. Brochure available.




Additional Information

Open from March to January.

Price Info:

Rates: Tourers/Tents per two persons per night £17 – £19


  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Childrens play area on park
  • Private Parking
  • Disabled access statement available
  • Dogs by arrangement
  • Electric hook up available
  • Butane propane gas available
  • Washing machine launderette available
  • Motor vans admitted
  • Showers on park
  • Short Breaks available
  • Touring caravans admitted
  • Telephone
  • Broadband Connection available
  • Wifi Internet Access


Accessibility • The site is entered from the A478 Narberth to Kilgetty road. • The drive has a moderate upward gradient and is constructed of concrete, with a low speed ramp at the top of the gradient. • At the end of the driveway is a large hardcore parking area, were the park reception is situated. • The reception is approached by a concrete ramp. • The site has 55 touring caravan pitches. • All pitches are hard standings, constructed of small granite stone. • The park is divided into 4 sections, with a large distance between each pitch, giving sufficient space for a car to be parked by each pitch. • A toilet / laundry block is situated at the parking area, with male & female toilets. There are two 6-inch steps up to the main toilet / male shower area, although there is a level entrance to two further female toilet / showers, and the laundry area. • The road to the rest of the park is of hardcore construction and has a down gradient from the parking area, with several low speed ramps. • Another male & female toilet / shower block is situated at the far end of the park, and is entered via steps. • There is a dog walk area situated at the lower end of the park, and dogs are not allowed to be on the park without a lead. • There is a public telephone situated at the main toilet block, approached up two 6-inch steps. • There is good coverage of Vodafone, O2 and T-Mobile phone networks. • Delivery of provisions by arrangement. • The nearest towns are Kilgetty (0.5 ml), Narberth (5 mls) & Tenby (5 mls). • A service bus route stops at our entrance.



David Bellamy Conservation Award