Oakwood Theme Park (formerly Oakwood Leisure Park, Oakwood Coaster Country & Oakwood Park) is a theme park in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Oakwood opened in the late 1980s as a very small family park with BMXs, a wooden fort, a 3D-style cinema experience show, go-karts and a water chute ride. The park later incorporated four large thrill rides: Megafobia (1996), Vertigo (1997), Drenched (2002, as Hydro) and Speed (2006) which was a Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter roller coaster with a 97-degree drop. It was the first Euro-Fighter in the United Kingdom and was at that time the steepest roller coaster in the UK . The 85-foot-tall (26 m) CCI-built wooden roller coaster "Megafobia" was rated by enthusiasts soon after its installation as amongst the best in Europe. In 2016 it celebrated 20 years at Oakwood.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Kevin Murphy | Jul 19, 2018
Would rate 0 if I could... Don't bother going if you can't afford to buy a fast track pass on top of your ticket @ £22 other wise you will wait forever as fast track people jump the cue and you will wait for over 3 hours to get on a ride on a quiet day... Never every going again rip off...
google user | May 29, 2018
Fantastic day out! Great rides which are set in beautiful grounds. Would thoroughly recommend this park - I cannot see why so many have left poor reviews! My children aged 11 & 9 came away very happy as did we. We found all the staff at the park very happy and extremely helpful. Thank you for a brilliant day out.
Catherine Tideswell | Jul 18, 2018
Friendly staff and place clean BUT: 1- would not recommend for a 3 year old. While his height was OK those rides were a bit daring and pricey for his age. He didn't go on much. 2-Dont bother with ghost train. Only 8 people per time. At 10.45 it took about 50 minutes to queue and wasn't anything special. No placard to say about length of queue. Luckily I complained which meant that my daughter and I managed to share a car with a single man otherwise I would have waited longer! 3-No proper food only expensive junk food. Restaurants don't have prices and menus. Must be ashamed. No cakes with hot drinks but sugary Donuts good value. Darling cafe closed before 5 when we would have liked an ice-cream. However the drink and ice cream placards were still on display outside.
Ben Tobin | Jul 18, 2018
Some good thrill rides, especially Speed & Megafobia. Unfortunately, Drench and Velocity were closed, so a little disappointed. There are lots of rides for smaller children. The water rides that were open were good. It's not a huge park, so you can definitely fit everything in. We visited on a Wednesday when the park stays open until 10. After 4 or 5pm there were virtually no queues! Please be aware, there are no cash machines on site and while you can pay by card, 1 or 2 machines weren't working, so I would recommend taking cash.
Thomas Albert | Jul 2, 2018
Thought it was value for money however to go on vertigo it's another £30 per person. Park staff very friendly except for staff in the oak restaurant who were extremely young spent most of there time on their phones and left tables with food waste on and not wiped. Could do with adult supervisor guidance. Even bought out the wrong order and didn't even apologise. Plus cost a fortune for a low value food.
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