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Parking at Oriel y Parc

The 2017 charging period runs from 15 March to 7 November (inclusive). During this period all vehicles must display either a valid Pay and Display ticket or a pre-purchased Season Ticket. Charging hours run from 9am to 5pm.

Pay and Display Charges (blue badge holders must pay but will receive an additional hour of parking):

  • Up to 30 minutes: £0 (no return within 4 hours)
  • Up to one hour: £1
  • Up to two hours: £2
  • Up to three hours: £3
  • Over three hours: £5

Season Tickets and Seven-day Tickets

Tickets for longer periods are available from the Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre or the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority headquarters in Pembroke Dock. For more information call 01646 624800 or email info@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk.

Pre-purchased Season Tickets:


During the winter months donations are welcome. These donations contribute towards the cost of maintaining and improving the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail.

​Electric vehicles
Owners of electric vehicles are able to recharge their cars in the car park at Oriel y Parc. There is no charge to use the facility, but donations will be gratefully received at the Oriel y Parc reception.

Any vehicles not displaying a valid Pay and Display ticket or pre-purchased ticket are liable to receive a fixed penalty notice as our charging car parks are regularly patrolled by Parking Enforcement Officers. Please see on-site signs for full terms and conditions.

Note: Sleeping overnight in a vehicle is not permitted in the Authority’s car parks. This can be enforced with a fixed penalty notice. If you have need of overnight accommodation, please use local accommodation facilities and consider the impact on the environment and the local community.​