Cwmdonkin Park is a beautiful park situated in the heart of the city. The park has recently benefited from an extensive regeneration programme with funding from Heritage Lottery Fund, European Regional Development Fund, Visit Wales and the City and County of Swansea.
With the perfect blend of natural beauty and excellent facilities it's well worth a visit. The park also has a popular events programme taking place throughout the year in partnership with the Friends of Cwmdonkin Park.
A beautiful park with unique features and various references to Dylan Thomas, including a memorial stone which has lines from 'Fern Hill'.
- Bowling green
- Children's play area
- 4 tennis courts
- Walking trails
- Tea rooms
- Public Toilets (RADAR)
Gate 1: Park Road, this is accessible to all.
Gate 2: Cockleshell path, this has a 40° incline, it is accessible to some disability groups.
Gate 3: Penlan Crescent top, this has a 40° incline, it is accessible to some disability groups.
Gate 4: Penlan Crescent bottom, this has a 45° incline, it is accessible to some disability groups.
Gate 5: Clevedon Court, this has a 10° ramp, it is accessible to all.
Gate 6: The Grove, this has a step to a 35° incline, it is accessible to some disability groups.
Travelling out of the city centre on Walter Road. Turn right onto Glanmor Road, Uplands. Take first right onto Park Drive.
Postcode - SA2 0RA