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Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
Wonderful peaceful walking place, home of the Big Dipper the Tallest sand dune in Europe .. Great place for dog walking, plenty of wildlife its nature at its best.
Warning though: it is a bit of a hike to get there (about a 30 minute walk from the car park) but it is well worth it once you arrive at the destination as you get rewarded with stretches of glorious coastline (wi...
Parc Slip Nature Reserve
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
Primarily a wetland reserve Park Slip is ideal if you enjoy bird watching but equally offers some good walks too if you prefer and is also cyclist and dog ( on a lead ) friendly.
Each year I visit this nature reserve it gets better and more interesting, you quickly feel that you are further away from built up areas than you actually are and the relatively new high level hide for bird viewi...
Bryngarw Country Park
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
This is one of our favourite places to walk our dogs, the grounds of the park are beautiful and great to explore and there is a path along the river and old railway track that is lovely as well.
Always enjoy the Park its so beautiful and safe for children - lots to take in, paddle in the small rivers or even take a dip if your brave enough - take a picnic and relax as the childlren run freely
Glamorgan Heritage Coastline
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
It's great for photographers and nature lovers.
Get yourself at the very early time when visiting on a weekend, car park is great when coming down early.
Kenfig National Nature Reserve
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
Kenfig Nature Reserve is a real gem with grass covered dunes creating an amazing landscape, punctuated with pools, dense thickets, a few small woods and some windblown isolated trees.
Overall the nature reserve is a fantastic place to spot a selection of flora and fauna, rare and common including lizards and orchids and get some great walks in.
Ogmore By Sea Beach Ogmore-by-Sea, UK 6.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Ogmore-by-Sea
Mini cliffs, a stream, the sea and various walks all present to cater to any nature lover's whims.
Easy drive and park to this great beach, dogs are allowed but are well kept and well behaved.
Dunraven Bay Southerndown, UK 6.5 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Southerndown
lovely place out of the way but always plenty of visitors, small car parks at top of cliff and bottom, rocky beach with a concrete walkway down to the sea, sandy beach access when tide is out, lovely place to take...
£4 to park and that includes access to the walled gardens and castle ruins - well worth it and it's a lovely spot!
Newbridge Fields
#6 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
If you like the outdoors and love nature this a good place for you to exercise.
Sand pit, play park swings, zip wire.
Parc Calon Lan
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
Lovely park with fantastic views .
Stunning lakes and park area where the former pits used to be.
Once upon a playtime
#8 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bridgend
Rest Bay Beach Porthcawl 10.3 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Porthcawl
Great beach, really clean, a few people around, surf school guy really helpful, kids enjoyed body boarding, car park really convenient, all helped by great weather
Great for surfing and canoeing, car park close by and Malcs shack serves the best hot chocolate ever tasted.........particularly welcome after a good surf session!!!! Visitors to the area would do well to walk the...
Cowbridge Physic Garden Cowbridge, UK 10.3 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Cowbridge
A quiet, tranquil place to gather your thoughts, spend your lunch break or just commune with nature.
Go Ape Margam Port Talbot, UK 11.6 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Talbot
It would be a great day out for the family and Margam park itself is fab to stroll around it the weather is nice.
We had amazing views over Margam Park from the top of the platforms and liked watching the rest of our group enjoying the experience around us.
Margam Park Port Talbot, UK 14.0 km away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Talbot
Superb park, oodles of room for children to run and play, very good farm trail, fairy tail land is great for under tens, plenty of walks narrow gauge railway, is good, plenty of parking and food venues are very go...
A woodland trail finding wooden instruments and carved logs, parks, farm animals, train, lake, castle, childrens fairytale land where there were little houses all based on fairy tales/nursery rhymes!