Parc Bryn Bach
“There will come soft rains and the smell of the ground, And swallows circling with shimmering sound;” S. Teasdale.
Parc Bryn Bach is a captivating local nature reserve, situated amongst 340 acres of idyllic grasses and woodland, with a glorious 36 acre lake as its centerpiece. Located right in the heart of Tredegar in southeast Wales, Parc Bryn Bach offers a cornucopia of outdoor activities for all ages and abilities. Providing fun activities including Open Water Swimming, Kayaking, Go Karting, Stand Up Paddleboarding and Tiki Boarding, the park is perfectly positioned upon the edge of the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains. Visitors Centre and Caravan site provides an excellent base for cyclists and walkers, who wish to discover and explore the stunning countryside and the fascinating wildlife who live there, and the Lake View Cafe makes a lovely place to take a break and enjoy a bite, doggies welcome too.
Tredegar, Blaenau Gwent , NP22 3AY
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