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Gnoll Estate Country Park

Make the most of your visit to Gnoll Country Park

Gnoll Estate Country Park, was voted as the Best Picnic spot in Wales 2010 by the Warburtons National Picnic Awards, and is set within 230 acres.

Cascades restored to former glory

The historic Cascades have been cleaned out in time for the coming Spring and Summer seasons

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Things to do

Gnoll Estate Country Park offers an abundance of activities for the entire family

Situated within 200 acres of woodland and open spaces,  why not enjoy the nature and wildlife of the park via the number of way marked woodland walks.

The choice of children’s & adventure playgrounds are always extremely popular. Take a swing on the 9 hole pitch and putt golf course or try parkrun. 

Wildlife

Explore the many species of wildlife at the park

The Gnoll Estate Country Park is an incredibly diverse area home to a variety of species of animals, birds, amphibians and insects.

Feeding the ducks at the park is a firm favourite with visitors. 

Duck food is available to buy from the visitors centre.

Gnoll Parkrun

Gnoll parkrun is a FREE weekly 5km event for runners of all standards, which takes place every Saturday at 9:00am

It offers an opportunity for all the local community, male or female, young or old, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy this beautiful park and get physically active into the bargain.

We want to encourage people to jog or run together irrespective of their ability – this event is truly open to all and best of all it really is FREE!

Cafe and Visitors Centre

Grab a coffee and a bite to eat

Our Cafe and Visitors centre provides everything from hot and cold drinks, cakes, snacks, hot food and ice cream.

If you are looking to feed the ducks, duck food is available to purchase in the Café for 60p

Gnoll House and Formal Gardens

Take a step back in time to learn about the Gnoll Estate families and how they have shaped the Gnoll through time.

Rising above Neath town centre, the grounds of a landscape park lie in their original rural setting long famed for its picturesque beauty.

The grounds of the estate once served Gnoll House, sadly demolished in 1957.

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