Let your adrenaline flow on Afan Forest Park's six mountain bike trails.
Mile upon mile of former railway line await you; a great way to explore the valley.
Short strolls or long rambles - we have it all in Afan Forest Park.
Base yourself here to go walking, mountain biking, for camping, a visit to the South Wales Miners Museum or just a bite to eat.
Food, camping, bike shop, fishing, and a great atmosphere - what more do you need?
... there's more to Afan Forest Park than meets the eye and it's all waiting for you to explore.
We are happy to welcome you back to Afan Forest Park from Monday 6th July 2020. Please enjoy your visit safely and plan well ahead, ensuring that social distancing measures are maintained.
The walking trails and mountain bike trails within Afan Forest Park now open. The routes for some trails within the Forest Park have been changed to assist you with social distancing, please follow signage in place.
The car parks at Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre, Rhyslyn and Glyncorrwg Mountain Bike Centre are open.
Toilet facilities at our visitor centres now open.
Cedars Café at Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre is now open and The Corrwg Cwtch Café at Glyncorrwg Mountain Bike Centre will reopen on Friday 17th July 2020.
Please follow the Countryside Code to help you plan your visit safely whilst keeping the environment and our local communities in mind.
Natural Resources Wales’ has produced this helpful guide to planning your visit.
Car Parking Charges at Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre Car Park
Please be aware that the following parking tariffs apply at Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre.
£1.00 up to 1 hour
£2.50 up to 4 hours
£3.50 over 4 hours
£52.00 annual season ticket – Can be purchased in advance of your visit.
Online parking permits are currently unavailable. If you require a permit, please contact Parking on 01639 763939
Please ensure that you purchase and display a ticket in your vehicle. Contactless payment is also available.