Great Redford is nestled away in 25 acres of Pembrokeshire countryside. The site is off-grid, and has five spacious pitches. Each pitch has its own composting loo, shower, camp fire, and picnic table. The site is a car free zone, the car park is in the camp field and there are wheel barrows to transport your kit to and from your pitch. There is plenty of space for kids to run wild too.
There is a stream in the pond at the bottom of the fields (it is not fenced and adults must supervise the children by the water at all times). The area by the stream has started to be planted with new trees and we are committed to planting many more. We are looking at other rewilding projects, while we continue to provide pastureland for the sheep to graze.
What to Know
Great Redford is perfectly situated to access almost anywhere in Pembrokeshire, from the rugged Northern coast, the white sand beaches of the Southern Coast, or the ancient woodlands and historic towns that reveal Pembrokeshire's rich history
There is an abundance of wildlife to spot a Great Redford. If you are lucky you may see pheasants, partridges, red kites, swallows, woodpeckers, rabbits, foxes and badgers.
The Greener Camping Club
Great Redford Camping is part of the Greener Camping Club. This excellent club enables us to run our small campsite in a sustainable and eco-friendly manner. When you stay with us at Great Redford, You will need to purchase one Greener Camping Membership for your family (currently £10 per calendar year).