A fabulous community park based in the east of the city with a multi-use games area and a kick-about space.
Take the dog for a leisurely stroll or sit back and enjoy the scenery over the valley.
- Bowling green
- Children's play area
- Community centre
- Orienteering course
- Tennis courts
In 1874 John Dillwyn Llewelyn, Swansea's famous photographer donated and land and money to establish a park for the local community.
Gate 1: Trewyddfa Terrace (main entrance), this is accessible to all.
Gate 2: Trewyddfa Terrace (pedestrian entrance), there is a chicane gate, this is accessible to all.
Gate 3: Cnap Llwydd, this is accessible to all.
Gate 4: Cnap Llwydd, this is accessible to all.
Gate 5: Golden Grove, this is accessible to all.
Gate 6: Llewelyn Park Drive, there is a kissing gate, this is accessible to some disability groups.
Head out of the city centre along Neath Road and take the first exit, or if using the new bypass road past the Liberty Stadium take the second exit off the Landore roundabout onto Cwm Level Road and continue to second right which is Trewyddfa Road - continue on Trewyddfa Road taking second left.