The campsite has hot showers, hot and cold running water, washing up sinks, a fridge/freezer and microwave for campers use, a disposal point and flush toilets.Dogs are welcome, but the proprietors ask that they are kept on a short lead whilst on site due to there being farm animals in adjacent fields.
Large parts of the countryside surrounding the campsite belong to the National Trust / Park, so there are many local attractions for lovers of beaches, fishing, bird and wildlife, castles, walking and climbing. For others, the towns of Tenby, Saundersfoot and Haverfordwest are within easy travelling distance.
The beaches include : Broadhaven south, Barrafundle (both National Trust), Freshwater East and West, Angle Bay and further afield, Manorbier, Tenby, Skrinkle Haven, Saundersfoot, Marloes, Broad Haven north and Dale. Local castles etc. are: Pembroke, Carew, Manorbier and Haverfordwest. There is the Bishops Palace (ruin) at Lamphey and a Tide Mill at Carew, which is the only surviving one in Wales.
There are walks which include the coastal path which starts at Amroth and runs around the Pembroke peninsula. Locally, there is the part of the coastal path which includes the Elegug Stacks, St. Govan’s Head and the cliff arch known as the Green Bridge of Wales. This area is very good for seabirds. Also, there are the Bosherston Lily Ponds (with a tea-room which comes highly recommended) and St. Govan's Chapel to explore.
Sea fishing is available via the Milford Haven waterway and coarse fishing at Bosherston Lily Ponds.Oakwood Theme Park and Folly Farm are within easy travelling distance, as well as golf clubs at Pembroke Dock and Tenby.