In line with the latest Welsh Government announcement, Llandegfedd Lake will be closed for a fortnight when the firebreak comes into force from the evening of Friday 23 October and will re-open on Monday 9 November. Thank you for your ongoing support: together we will keep the local community and Wales safe. 


Yn unol â chyhoeddiad diweddaraf Llywodraeth Cymru, bydd Llandegfedd Lake ar gau am bythefnos pan ddaw'r cyfnod atal byr rym o nos Wener 23 Hydref a bydd yn ailagor ddydd Llun 9 Tachwedd. Diolch am eich cefnogaeth barhaus: gyda'n gilydd byddwn yn cadw'r gymuned leol a Chymru yn ddiogel.



Café, Fishing, Walking & Events

Llandegfedd Lake is a water supply reservoir set in the beautiful rolling landscapes of South Wales, near Pontypool. This beautiful place to visit includes a state-of-the-art Visitor & Watersports Centre.

Offering Watersports tuition and equipment hire service runs from the Watersports Centre.  Courses and group bookings with the following activities: Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddleboarding, Powerboating, Sailing and Windsurfing.  During the school holidays we offer Activity Days for children from 8 years and older, we can also cater for educational visits for schools and groups by arrangement.

Stocked with rainbow and brown trout, bank and boat fishing available to purchase (day and seasons permits available).  Llandegfedd Lake is a popular venue for fishing and angling competitions.

As well as sailing and fishing, visitors will be able to select one of four walking trails and picnic. Families with children will be able to play, climb, explore the woodland and enjoy the array of wildfowl that visit and reside around the reservoir which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest in recognition of its value to wintering wildfowl. Our Adventure Putt mini golf experience is brand new for Autumn 2020!

When you need to recharge your batteries, enjoy a bite to eat and drink while enjoying the spectacular view from our waterside restaurant. Owned by Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, the aim is that their recreation sites act as hubs for health and enjoyment: a shop window for people to enjoy their environment and learn how they can help Welsh Water improve their part of the world. If you are planning to tour around, you’ll find recreation sites throughout Wales.

Please Visit Llandegfedd Lake Safely:

  • Keep 2m apart from other visitors
  • Follow directional signage in car parks
  • Use contactless/card payment
  • Keep dogs on leads
  • Take litter home – only leave your thanks
  • Do enjoy your visit