We are a small, family-run static caravan park in beautiful Pembrokeshire in West Wales. We are located just off the A477 and perfectly situated for exploring Amroth, Saundersfoot, Tenby and the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Pembrokeshire is fantastic for family holidays – there’s no end of choice – adventure parks, castles, boat trips and attractions and events that will create lasting memories.  Our caravan park is a wonderful place for anyone to stay, suitable for young and old, couples and families alike. We like to think we offer the perfect base for a weekend break or a longer holiday to explore what Pembrokeshire has to offer. One of the joys of staying at ‘Trees’ is that you can be as active or as restful as you wish

From the caravan park, there are many local walks to enjoy including one direct to the beach at Wiseman’s Bridge. 

We only have 10 caravans on site together with a laundry/information room.  Trees Caravan Park is pet friendly – we have a mix of both pet free and pet friendly caravans.

Thankyou for taking the time to consider ‘Trees’ for your short break or holiday.  We look forward to welcoming you to Pembrokeshire.


We have produced a brochure for the caravan park.  It doesn’t contain all the information you can see on this website but it is ideal for sharing information with friends and family that don’t have internet access.  
Trees Caravan Park Brochures

A bit of history and how we came to be here at ‘Trees’

‘Trees’ has been a caravan park since the 1960’s and over the years there have been a few different owners.  Mark and I bought Trees in 2011 and it was our first venture into being self employed.

Mark was a production engineer originally and I started out in IT.  Despite being born in Yorkshire and Derbyshire, we moved to Cheshire in the early 90’s and lived there for over 20 years.  Mark and I loved to go camping with friends and we still have our tents and camping equipment.  We would always visit campsites and say ‘We could do this’.  It was our ambition to own a campsite ourselves.  Mark was always the one pushing but I would be hesitant – we had a good secure life.  In March 2011, though, I was in a stressful job and one day I couldn’t do it anymore so I handed my notice in there and then.  I finally made that jump.  It was all systems go then – we sold our house – found and bought ‘Trees’, found a new school for Harry and moved in on 14 October 2011.  Despite living on a ‘baked beans on toast’ diet for a while we have not looked back – we love living and working at ‘Trees’.  Lexi, our rescue dog,  particularly likes the beach and sea.

Since we have been here we have made significant investment into the caravan park – purchased new caravans, built a new laundry room, bought the woodlands that surround us, improved the facilities generally – the list goes on. So far we have a made a big investment every year.  The caravan park is still a family run business and we strive to make everyone’s holiday an enjoyable one.


Mark and Melanie