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Margam Country Park

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The Park is open but with significant safety measures in place.

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Level 4 Alert

As with Gnoll Country Park, you should walk to the parks within Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council for exercise only, access to the car parks will remain open only for visitors with specific health or mobility issues.

Leaving your home to exercise should not be used as an excuse to undertake other activity which is not permitted. The purpose of leaving home is to exercise. Going for a walk and then having a picnic or spending a prolonged period on a park bench, for example, is not considered to be exercise. You mustn't arrange to meet with other households in the play areas or socialise there. Picnics or any other outdoor social gatherings will not be allowed.

Winner of the Wales Tree of the Year Competition 2020

Our Chapter House Tree has been crowned 'Wales Tree of the Year 2020'.

Castle and Gardens

Our Grade I listed 19th Century Tudor Gothic Mansion, built in 1830–40 is as a mansion of exceptional quality. The Castle has some spectacular features, it is currently closed at present as part of our 'Third Stage Opening'.

The gardens feature beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers, classic and modern planting, lakes and long vistas which have evolved since medieval times.

Deer and Wildlife

The famous Margam Deer Herd today roams through approximately 500 acres (200 hectares) of parkland.

Among the more common mammals to be seen are foxes, badgers, hares, grey squirrels, voles and shrews. Moles are abundant on the lower parts of the park, their presence betrayed by molehills.

Activities for All

The Park is many things to many people.

From peaceful walks to the thrill of mountain biking, coarse fishing to sitting back and watching the deer - the park provides a wonderful environment for all to enjoy.

Park Membership

Love Margam Country Park? Why not become a member.

Our Park Membership is full of benefits and is a great way to make the most of the Park if you visit often.

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