Places to visit
Find out about visiting our woodlands and National Nature Reserves
How to plan for a safe visit and what to expect when you arrive
Last updated: 20 July 2020
Most of the car parks, trails and play areas in our woodlands and nature reserves are open.
Our visitor centre buildings and cafés remain closed for now, and there are temporary toilets at some sites.
We're following Welsh Government and Public Health Wales guidance and we will re-open these facilities when we can do so safely.
We’ll keep this page up to date with the latest information so please check back regularly.
Keep your distance
Be patient and respectful
Follow the Countryside Code
Most of our car parks, trails and play areas are open.
Temporary toilets are available at some of our sites.
These facilities remain closed for now:
We’ll keep each place's web page up to date with the latest information so please check before you travel.
Car parks, trails and all facilities are closed at these places due to ongoing forestry operations:
Car parks, all trails and play areas at our visitor centres are open.
Visitor centre buildings and cafés remain closed for now until all safety measures can be implemented.
Toilets remain closed until safety checks have been completed in line with Public Health Wales guidance - in the meantime temporary toilets are available.
Most bird hides remain closed.
Follow the links below to find out what is open or closed at each visitor centre:
Most of our mountain bike trails are open.
The mountain bike trails at these places remain closed due to ongoing forestry operations:
Our cafés remain closed for now.
Most of our picnic areas are open – please follow social distancing guidelines when using picnic tables and take your litter home.
Our play areas opened on 20 July in line with Welsh Government guidance.
Most of our toilets remain closed until safety checks have been completed in line with Public Health Wales guidance.
There are temporary toilets at some of our sites.
We recommend that you bring your own hand sanitiser when visiting.
There are parking charges in some of our car parks.
You will need to pay the parking charge as usual.
Some pay machines and barriers require the correct cash and do not take cards.
We advise you to take care of your own hygiene by washing your hands regularly where facilities are open, and by using hand sanitiser.