From South Wales follow the M4 West until Junction 49 and take the A48 to Carmarthen.
From Mid Wales follow the A40 to Carmarthen.
From North Wales follow the A487 from Machynlleth, then the A478 Cardigan to Tenby road. Then turn right at Pembleiwn roundabout onto the A40.
Oakwood is clearly signposted on brown tourist information signs from the end of the M4 and throughout Pembrokeshire.
You can find us off the A40 at Canaston Bridge, 8 miles East of Haverfordwest.
Oakwood also has free parking
Here is an idea of some approximate drive times:
|Bristol||2 ½ hours|
|The Severn Crossing||2 hours|
|Cardiff||1 ¼ hours|
|Aberystwyth||1 ½ hours|
Plan your route, find out the exact mileage and get an idea of how long it will take you to get to Oakwood.
Click here for AA’s Route Planner.
The nearest train station is Narberth which is 5 miles from Oakwood. As Oakwood is not on a bus route, you need to book a taxi to complete your journey.
For an action-packed day out choose one of Stena Line’s great value packages including ferry travel and entrance to Oakwood for a full day of fun for all ages from as little as €50pp.
For more information on the packages offered by Stena Line
Spot seals and porpoises on the Ferry trip around Pembrokeshire’s outstanding coastline.
For more information on the packages offered by Irish Ferries call Rosslare 053 913 3158 or click here to go to their website.
You are welcome to make your own arrangements for entry but please note we do not accept Euros at our entrance tills or our outlets on the park. We do accept all major credit/debit cards (except American Express).
Oakwood is 24 miles from Fishguard and it should take you approximately 30 minutes. Pembroke Dock’s ferry terminal is 12 miles from Oakwood and it should take you take you approximately 20 minutes.