Visiting our sites during the coronavirus pandemic

Welsh Government coronavirus guidance

Please follow the Welsh Government guidance that applies to everyone living or travelling in Wales.

Go to the Welsh Government website to find out about the latest guidance.

Six steps for a safe visit

Before you visit

  • Plan ahead - check the web page for the woodland or reserve before you set out. Pack hand sanitiser and face masks - face coverings remain a legal requirement indoors, with the exception of hospitality premises
  • Avoid the crowds – choose a quiet place to visit. Make a ‘plan B’ in case your destination is too busy when you arrive

While you’re there

  • Park responsibly – respect the local community by using car parks. Do not park on verges or block emergency access routes
  • Follow guidance – comply with site signs and Covid 19 safety measures to enjoy your visit safely
  • Take your litter home – protect wildlife and the environment by leaving no trace of your visit
  • Follow the Countryside Code – stick to trails, leave gates as you find them, keep dogs under control, bag and bin dog poo

Check what's open or closed

  • The car parks, trails, play areas and toilets in most of our woodlands and nature reserves are open
  • Most of the facilities at our visitor centres are open
  • Some trails or other facilities may be closed for maintenance

Check the web page for the woodland or reserve before you visit.

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