The nearest station to Oakwood Theme Park is Narberth, just five miles away, and has regular trains arriving from Tenby, Carmarthen, Swansea and Cardiff Central, with trains from the Welsh capital taking approximately two and a half hours. As Oakwood Theme Park is not on a bus route, visitors are best to book a taxi to get them to the fun. There are several numbers available on the notice board at Narberth station.
For more information about opening times, visit Oakwood Theme Park's website.
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|Staff Help notes|
Help provided by on train staff, although platform is too low for use with ramp for wheelchair access to train.
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|Step-free access notes|
Station approach is very long and not in our lease area. Recommendations are that persons with mobility difficulties should be provided with benches every 50 metres.
Platform is too low for use with ramp for train access.
Nearest fully accessible station - Whitland.
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About Oakwood Theme Park
Where to head when first arriving at Oakwood Theme Park depends largely on what type of day you're looking for. Families should head for the tranquillity of the Waterfall, or the sedate swing of the nearby Pirate Ship. Those with extremely little-ones will find fun times to be had in the park's Neverland section, with its host of mini rides and attractions to keep the kids entertained.
Then, of course, there are the thrill seekers, who would do best to make their way to Speed, the park's two-hundred feet, 100-kph rollercoaster, or better still, make a bee-line for Vertigo - the extreme flight experience, for adrenaline junkies only.
Once you've worked up a thrill-fuelled appetite, head on over to one of the park's tempting restaurants, such as The Oak Tree or the Little Darling Cafe - or choose from the host of other fast-food joints that are scattered around the park.
If you've still got some energy - and cash - left to burn, a trip to one of the park's many stores may be in order. Stock up on sweets from the Candy Store, or gifts and memorabilia from the Whistlestop park shop.