This grade 2 listed country park is situated on the northern fringes of Cardiff. It contains a truly magnificent collection of native and exotic trees set within an intimate valley. Visitors enjoy the stunning scenery and the calm, relaxing atmosphere.
The park was originally designed some 90 years ago taking advantage of the gentle valley containing the Nant Fawr stream.
The streams, ponds, woodlands and other planting make this a rich haven for wildlife. Visitors regularly return to enjoy the park in different seasons.
- Woodland garden in the southern part of the site
- The Dingle is the historic heart of the park and contains a collection of rare and exotic plants
- Coed Transh yr Hebog is a semi natural Oak and Beech woodland lying north of the more formal parkland near the top of Caerphilly mountain.
- Mural artwork in the subway at the entrance to the park which tells the story of the park
7.30am - 30 minutes before sunset.
How to find us
Southern entrance to the Dingle
Coed Transh yr Hebog (footpath access from south east)
Public transport: See Cardiff busExternal link opens in a new window for local routes or visit TravelineCymruExternal link opens in a new window to plan your journey online
Parking: Available on site.