Please note that swimming in any of the lakes is not permitted.
The water in the lakes is natural and untreated, and therefore could contain Weil's disease (a bacterial infection also known as Leptospirosis that is carried by animals, most commonly in rats and cattle). It can be caught by humans through contact with rat or cattle urine, potentially through water transfer although the risks are low.
The Visitor Centre has disabled access. Visitors are able to hire mobility scooters at this time.
Please phone 02476 305592 for further details.
Looking for a place to hold a business meeting, function or children’s party?
- Education centre. Half day £70.00. Full day £100.00.
Toilets with baby changing and disabled facilities. Open 9am to dusk. Not open on Christmas Day
Dog waste bins available.
There are no cash machine facilities at this park.
Natural England and Natural Resources Wales have updated the Countryside Code advice for countryside visitors. Please read the Countryside Code so we can all enjoy the outdoors responsibly.
- Hobbyist – We do not allow hobbyist drone flying in any of our parks, or greenways.
- Commercial Operations – A pilot requires permission of the landowner (WCC) to take off and land the drone on their property. We only permit a CAA licensed pilot/company. Any requests must be in writing to the Parks Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Electric e-scooters, quads, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways
We do not allow use of these items by individuals within any of our Country Parks (mobility scooters are permitted).