Opening late Spring 2021! - Yn agor Gwanwyn hwyr 2021!

WALKING

From simple strolls to challenging hikes, this will be the perfect place to enjoy fresh air, wildlife and wonderful views. There are picnic tables along the way, so you can stop and enjoy the Welsh countryside at its best. Whether you are up for a monster hike or a gentle stroll with a buggy, stretch your legs, breathe in deep and enjoy your walk. Pick up a walking map from our Visitor Centre and chat to friendly staff about which routes will be most suitable for you.

DOG FRIENDLY

The pawfect place to bring your four-legged friends as long as they’re kept under close control at all times. We even have a dedicated dog park with fun agility challenges for your dogs to enjoy.

ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND

If the vast lake and surrounding area is not quite enough, our adventure playground is perfectly positioned near the Visitor Centre with views across the water. You can keep a close eye on the little ones while enjoying a takeaway drink from the café. With swings, slides, climbing frames, rockers and the ever-popular mini zip wire, this is a safe area for those with boundless energy to blow off steam. Here you may also see the lesser-spotted competitive dad in his natural habitat swinging from the monkey bars.
Children must be supervised at all times. Please keep dogs out of this area as they have their own agility park to play in!

CLIMBING WALL

Aim high and try our brand new fun wall that stands over 7 metres tall! It’s a great introduction to climbing and with state-of-the-art auto belays, it’s a safe, yet exhilarating activity. Will you be brave enough to do the leap of faith?

CRAZI-BUGS

An all-electric off-road driving experience like no other! These six-wheeled buggies provide the perfect test of skill and coordination for the young adventurer.

ARCHERY AND AXE-THROWING

A fantastic new fun activity added to the mix of things you can try out on site. We will advertise session times and availability here when we open.

 

Llys-y-Frân Lake will reopen this Spring* thanks to a £4m investment, backed with £1.7m of European Regional Development Funds. *Date subject to Covid-regulations