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About Point Farm


Point Farm Campsite is a family run campsite and home to Nia and Fil Marshall, their two children and Nia’s father John.  

Living by the sea, we spend any free time on the water, in the water, on the beach or socialising on the 'wall' in Dale.  We love being part of such a wonderful community!

Point Farm dates back to the 1720s although it has not been a working farm since the 1970s.

The house is a prominent landmark, sitting above Dale Bay with panoramic views from as far as St David’s to the Preseli hills, up the Milford Haven waterway and across to Angle.​

We opened in 2015 and have worked hard to incorporate the campsite as sympathetically as possible into the beautiful natural landscape, surrounded by farmland and adjoining ancient woodland.  Planted with wild hedgerow, the pitches are well spaced out to provide privacy for our campers with wildflower boundaries between pitches.  Each season we make improvements to the site, adding facilities to ensure we offer our campers the best possible experience.

We aim to help our campers connect back with nature.  We encourage campers to learn about the biodiversity around the site with bird boxes and identity cards, wildlife books to borrow and by sharing our own knowledge of the local environment. On our doorstep you can explore the seashore, local woodland, ancient landmarks including an iron age fort and of course the wonders of Skomer island.

In 2015 we became one of the first campsites in Wales to be awarded the Green Key environmental standard award in recognition of our approach to environmental management and our green credentials.


We continue to celebrate our achievements, including being selected as Finalists in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2016 - Best Holiday Park / Caravan Park / Campsite category; TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence (2017 & 2019); TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice 2020; Commended as Best Couples Campsite by 2019.


Press coverage includes: Britain's 10 Best Campsites to watch the sunrise and sunset by the Met Office (2016); Britain's 20 Best Campsites in The Sunday Times (2017); Coastal Walks Hidden Gems in Welsh Coastal Life (2018); Britain's 15 Best Summer Campsite by the Met Office (2017 & 2018); TimeOut London magazine (July 2019).


Listed in Cool Camping: Kids (published 2017); Britain's Best Seaside Campsites (2017); Best Seaside Campsites in Wales (2017); Wild Guide Wales (2018)

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