It’s not all about the shower block…
But it helps. From years of experience running an award-winning attraction, we know how important it is to get the basics right. So, we’ve created an inviting space that as well as helping to keep your little ones clean will inspire them to learn facts about the animals we’ve got at Folly Farm. And it’s accessible, with a disabled shower room.
- Shaver points
- Plenty of large, well-lit mirrors (the important stuff)
- Baby changing facilities
Our facilities building also has a laundry room and washing-up area.
On your bike
For keen cyclists, there are loads of fantastic cycle routes in Pembrokeshire including some magical woodland cycle paths less than ten minutes by car.
Hilltop Park – children’s play area
We understand little ones need to let off a bit of steam every now and again. So, we’ve built a children’s play area at the top of the touring park for when the attraction closes. That way you’ll still have somewhere to tire them out before bedtime. We’re nice like that.
Of course you want to bring Rover on holiday with you. And that’s fine. There’s no charge for bringing your furry friend to stay on our touring park. All we ask is that you make sure you clean up after your dog and be respectful to your neighbours by making sure they’re quiet at all times.
There are lots of dog-friendly walks including many of our beaches in Pembrokeshire. We’re sorry, but we do not allow dogs at our attraction but you can check out our dog policy for details of day kennels nearby.