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All reviews leisure centre dry ski slope play area shell grotto all ages tennis courts sports centre swimming pool rugby ground italian garden walk up worth a visit pleasant stroll great afternoon happy memories leisure activities plenty of space
Ideal for dog walking and children (play park available), this park is ideal for a Sunday stroll. Situated near the town and the local leisure centre, it is an ideal place to gather your thoughts. There is water nearby which adds to the scenery.
well worth visiting in th day time lovely walks which lead to the grotto and can walk over to the folly the dry ski slope always popular but evening can be a problem leaving syringes broken bottle etc on the rugby pitch
Today I walked from Griffithstown to Pontypool park, and my intent was to get to the Grotto above Pontypool ski slope area. Once at the top which
Meant s climb not for the faint hearted it was well worth it! The views across the valley...More
We come often with our toddler and she enjoys it in any weather. There is a playground for little ones, lots of benches for couples, a bandstand for summer activities and teenagers to hang out, plenty of space to walk your dog, ponds, a dry...More
Visited whilst staying locally as first time
Tourist but recommended by a friend who is from the area. Visited with two dogs.
Had a great walk up towards the shell grotto with lovely views across the landscape. Lots of off lead time for the dogs...More
This park has it all, lovely walks, a river to see and then a play park, Community centre, tennis courts, and Pontypool RFC. That for those of us old enough to remember "The Pontypool Frontrow" there is a wooden seat of the 3 players scrummed...More
Kids really enjoy the the visit, they say they can hardly wait to come up to Pontypool, so they can again visit the follies, they live in Penarth, but love to visit grancher, so they can go to the follies