- Free hot showers
- Electric hook up points
- Disabled toilet & shower
- Campers kitchens and dishwash areas. Each kitchen with kettle, fridge, microwave, hotplate and toaster.
- **New for 2017** – Campers kitchen and dishwash with seating area in camping field.
- Family washrooms (all with shower, toilet, basin and baby changer)
- Laundrette including 2 washing machines, 2 tumble dryers, iron, ironing board, drying area and outside washing line
- WiFi – available across the Park, fee payable
- Free secure phone and laptop charging (£1 key deposit)
- Internet computer
- Wetsuit washes, shower and drying area
- Information room
- Camping gaz & calor gaz
- Electric shaver points
- Dog walk area
- Emergency telephone
The facilities are located in two areas:
Caravan field: situated at the top of the caravan field, is the Park Office (where you can also buy bottled gas, post cards etc.) and the disabled toilet/shower is adjacent. The amenity building is for all visitors to the park to use and enjoy. The shower and toilet block has been redeveloped for 2017 and will include underfloor heating, perfect for the cooler spring and autumn stays. Through the “pink” door you will find the showers and toilets to the left and to the right, the amenity room which includes the laundrette, a dishwashing area, information/rest room, campers kitchen, playpen for small children and computer for internet access – please see amenities room page for full details.
A separate block with emergency telephone, unisex toilets, wetsuit wash and grey and chemical waste cubicles is immediately opposite. Outside are the grey and chemical disposal stations for motor homes (drive over facility).
Tent field (in the corner of the first tent field). Men’s and ladies toilet/shower block, four family washrooms (shower, baby changer, basin, toilet and baby bath), campers kitchen and dishwashing area, hairdrying and vanity area, secure mobile phone charging lockers, a small kitchen and wet suit wash room.
Since 2001 we have had some disabled facilities installed on the Park. These include ramps up to the site office and a purpose built shower/toilet facility. The whole of the Park has panoramic sea views. Although the Park cannot cater for disabled groups, individuals or families with a disabled member or members are welcomed.
Unfortunately Caerfai beach itself is not accessible for wheelchairs, however there are some local places such as Whitesands, which is a popular and accessible beach that sees a lot of activity during the summer. At Abereiddy a few miles further north there is a wheelchair friendly coastal path that starts from the beach car park.
For visitors with disabilities who are looking to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline there are a few options. Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Services are designed for tourists to access the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail without having to use a car. The ‘Celtic Coaster’ bus service takes you to the St Davids Peninsula. The bus runs on LPG-an environmentally friendly fuel-and can carry wheelchairs. The 14-seater minibus runs from St Davids to Porth Clais, St Justinians and Whitesands, enabling you to see the peninsula, catch the boat trips to Ramsey Island or enjoy a day on the beach.