Welsh Water Visitor Attractions – A dam fine day out
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Llandegfedd Lake Usk
Set in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire, Llys-y-Frân Lake and Activity Centre reopened in June 2021 after an extensive refurbishment. It now offers a new Visitor Centre, café, mountain biking, pump skills area, walking trails, water and land activities, fishing and adventure playground, and a cycle hub with 14km of cycle trails.
Lisvane & Llanishen Reservoirs
Located in north Cardiff, our newest visitor attraction is a natural resource of significant ecological value and encompasses two Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for waxcap fungi and overwintering birds. Open-water swimming is part of the watersports programme which also includes sailing, canoeing, kayaking and paddleboarding. There's over 5km of trails and our new visitor centre offers spectacular views across the reservoirs and mouthwatering menus in the cafe.
Fishing in the reservoirs of Wales
Welsh Water owns 91 reservoirs varying in size and manages the single largest group of Stillwater trout fisheries in the UK.
Guide to Fishing the Reservoirs of Wales
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