Gnoll Country Park was voted the Best Picnic spot in Wales in 2010 in the Warburtons National Picnic Awards.
Gnoll Estate was once owned by a wealthy industrial family, the Mackworths. Today, the estate has developed into a family park but still maintains its original features including four large duck ponds, two 18th century cascades and the ruins of Gnoll House.
The Park offers so much to do including; a visitor centre with café, an environmental exhibition, children’s playground, 9 hole golf course, fishing, and a number of way marked woodland walks.
Entry is free of charge and Car Parking is FREE!
Access: A large part of the Forest Park can be enjoyed by all. Beamer Trampers available for hire.
for more information please call the Park or the Tourist Information Centre on 01639 636 674
Public Transport Directions
For bus times please contact www.traveline-cymru.info or 0871 200 2233
the Park is situated on the B4434 Neath to Tonna Road (accessed from the main A465 - follow rown and white tourist signs).