Set in over 100 acres of parkland, Bryngarw Country Park is bustling with visitors and full of wildlife. With woodlands, wetlands, meadows and formal gardens to explore, and a wide range of fun activities and facilities for the whole family to enjoy, there is always something worthwhile to do at Bryngarw, whatever the season.
Whether you’re looking to join the cycle track for a ride alongside the River Garw; take part in a pond dipping session with our Rangers; shoot down one of our slides in the children’s play area or simply take a stroll through the wildflower meadow – Bryngarw Country Park truly does have something for everyone.
Since opening as a country park in 1986, Bryngarw has continued to strive for excellence. Achieving Green Flag Award status, as well as Green Heritage Accreditation, the park has been recognised as being among one of the best green spaces in the UK. Demonstrating the very best standards in both environmental and cultural heritage conservation.
Welsh Government are proud to have funded several projects through Valleys Regional Park at Bryngarw Country Park. These range from environmental wellbeing projects to visitor experience improvements. For example, the new educational centre and new cultural and natural heritage interpretation in the Visitor Centre.
New solar panels on the Visitor Centre, B-Leaf and the Bryngarw offices have also been funded through VRP, in addition to the new tree-planting and pond restoration projects.
What you can expect to find at Bryngarw Country Park