The National Park Authority manages around 40 car parks and parking areas; we charge on 14 of these and use the income to help us maintain the car parks and paths in the Park. The 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 7pm at each site.
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 National Park Authority headquarters in Pembroke Dock. For more information call 01646 624800 or email email@example.com.
Pre-purchased Season Tickets
- Full Season Ticket (for use in any of the above car parks): £70
- Full Season Ticket (for use in one of the above car parks only): £25
- Seven-day Ticket (for use in any of the above car parks): £30
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.
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.
National Park Authority charging car parks are located at:
- Amroth (charges pending)
- Saundersfoot Regency
- Penally (charges pending)
- Freshwater East
- West Angle Bay (charges pending)
- Little Haven
- Broad Haven
- Nolton Haven (charges pending)
- Newgale (Pebbles)
- Oriel y Parc, St Davids
- Newport Sands
- Poppit Sands
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