As well as the fishing and games room onsite the park is situated close to many other local attractions.
The park lies between the tiny villages of Pont Robert and Dolanog with its stone cottages and gushing weir. Within the area there are many footpaths and walks, including the Ann Griffiths Walk and Glyndwr Way.
There are many ancient historic sites and nearby market towns, where tourists and farmers mingle in the friendly atmosphere.
From Llanfair Caereinion you can catch the small steam train. which puffs its way through supreme landscapes to Welshpool where you can walk along the Montgomery Canal and visit Powis Castle.
Also within a short drive, we have Lake Vyrnwy and Bala Lake.
For the more active members of the family, there are many nearby golf courses, leisure centres and fun parks.
The park is ten minutes away from the nearest public house and ten minutes from the nearest convenience store and petrol station.
With the local market town of Welshpool with a 20-minute drive, there are lots of independent shops to visit during your stay in the area.
- Vintage Style
- The Owl & the Broomstick
- Flaunt It
- Pixie's Crafts
- The Celtic Company
- Alexanders of Welshpool
- Coed y Dinas
- Boys & Bodens
- Kathy Gittins
Places to Visit
- Welshpool & Llanfair Caereinion Light Railway
- Welshpool's 1940's weekend
- Powis Castle
- Rayven Studios
- Montgomery Canal
- Ann Griffiths Walk
- Glyndwr Way
- Park Hall Working Farm
- Lake Vyrnwy
- Bala Lake
- Welshpool Golf Course
- Lakeside Golf course
- The Flash Leisure Centre, Welshpool
Places to Eat
- The Red Lion, Llanfair Caereinion
- The Goat, Llanfair Caereinion
- Cann Office, Llangadfan
- The King's Head, Meifod
- The Stumble Inn, Bwlch y Cibau
- Lakeside Restaurant, Garthmyl
- The Monkey Puzzle Tearoom
- The Baytree Tearooms, Welshpool
- The Royal Oak, Welshpool
- The Smithfield Bell, Welshpool
- The Raven, Welshpool
- Fabrizio's, Welshpool
- The Cornstore, Welshpool
- The Lion, Berriew
- The Lychgate Cottage Tearooms,