Whitesands Camping . St Davids . Pembrokeshire . Wales

Pitch up next to the sand, sea and surf.

Contact

Contact information for Whitesands Camping:


Whitesands Camping®
Whitesands
St Davids
HAVERFORDWEST
Pembrokeshire
SA62 6PS

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The 30 pitch main site with ehu is normally open from Easter through to the end of October each year. 

The farm fields (water taps and great views) with 'wild camping' are open during July and August in 2021.

We do not make bookings, pitches are available on a "first come first served basis". 

Payment is accepted on arrival (or next day), and we accept card (preferred) or cash.

We do not cater for caravans or very large motorhomes (RVs).

Whitesands 'live' webcam:  Whitesands Bay Surf Report & Surf Forecast with Live Surf Webcams - Magicseaweed

Camping Next to the Beach

Surely it doesn’t get much better than this?

Pitch up right next to Whitesands Beach: choose the best waves; go for a swim;  explore the rock pools; and experience the magic of a Whitesands sunset.

Click on text: Whitesands Bay Surf Report & Surf Forecast with Live Surf Webcams - Magicseaweed

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Facilities

A brand new shower block opened in August 2020: showers (five with tokens), an outdoor shower, 6 toilets (male, female and disabled/family).  The site has electric hook-ups, and water taps dotted about the place.

Farm fields are open in July and August 2021: there’s plenty of room in the fields (13 acres) for a game of football or cricket; at the Beach Car Park you can book surf lessons and hire equipment, including windbreaks and recliners.

The “Coaster” bus travels to St David’s every half hour during the summer months (May to September); and the beach is manned by RNLI Lifeguards over the same period.

An ice cream hut and a cafe are open for the camping season.

We accept dogs and well behaved owners on site.  Pembrokeshire Coast National Park imposes a dog ban on Whitesands Beach between 1st May and 30th September.  There is no ban on the coast path, or the nearby beaches of Porthsele or Porth Melgan.

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