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Things to Do in Mid Wales

There is lots to do in mid Wales for walkers, nature lovers, mountain bikers, families and stargazers or anyone looking to just put their feet up and enjoy the Welsh air.  From the campsite you can explore the farm, which has lots of lovely trials through the forest and out onto the Aberedw Hill.  We also have two lakes, one for swimming and kayaking the other for fishing and sitting beside breathing in the fresh Welsh air.  Near the site there are beautiful local towns, historic sites, leading events and great activities for all the family.

 

Activities With Children

Children love it at Fforest Fields, they can spend hours peddling around on their bicycles, hunting for newts in the ponds or swimming in the lakes.  Or take them up into the woods for some den building or wildlife spotting.  Mid Wales is somewhere their imagination can run free and… Read more

Adventure Activities in Mid Wales

If you are looking for an adventure, then Mid Wales has it all.  From steady activities such as canoeing on the River Wye or walking on the tops of the hills, to high-adrenaline mountain biking and exploring the region on the back of a trusty steed.   Adventure is all around… Read more

Fishing

Wye Usk Foundation, fishing for wild trout, salmon and winter grayling in the delightful head waters and tributaries of the Wye. River and stream fishing is extremely challenging, especially in the smaller tributaries. Miles of unspoilt ‘beats’ are now available on some of Britain’s prettiest stretches of river thanks to… Read more

Golf

There are some spectacular rural golf courses in landlocked mid Wales.  There are high courses with beautiful views, traditional rounds with technical sections and rugged courses that reawaken the joy of being ‘away from it all’.  Golf in mid Wales is pretty special, here are some of the courses in… Read more

History

We often describe the region as feeling very ancient, looking across the valley from the top of the hill behind the campsite you can see old stone cottages, evidence of Roman and Iron Age land works and even volcanic activity.  The Ordovices, a Celtic tribe, lived here and were invaded… Read more

Horse Riding in Mid Wales

For horse lovers and those looking to try it out, mid Wales offers some of the most spectacular countryside in Britain and is a perfect backdrop to an adventure on horseback. There are two excellent riding establishments about twelve miles away which give personal lessons and hacking out, at a… Read more

Mountain Biking

Campers are welcome to explore all the farm trails on mountain bikes (at your own risk of course). The area is much loved for its terrain, woody trails with tree roots to navigate and wide open moorlands with mossy grass to peddle on. Children love to bring their bikes –… Read more

Walking

We treasure a sense of freedom in mid Wales, with the campsite, cottages and glamping tents nestled in the middle of our Welsh hill farm, you’ll soon discover the beautiful walks and adventures that can be done straight from your pitch.  You are welcome to walk anywhere on our farm and… Read more