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Margam Country Park

Margam Country Park

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Mixed coarse fishery is available at Furzemill Lake. The lake has Bream, Tench, Rudd and three different species of Carp

A maximum of 8 anglers pemitted, per day, including juniors. Anglers under 14yrs must be accompanied by an adult

Please note:
Permits are not transferable
Maximum of 2 rods per angler
Fishing and ground baiting with baits such as BOILIES, TIGER NUTS and PEANUTS are strictly prohibited at all times
No spinning allowed
Barbless hooks only
The Park Management reserve the right to search bags / baskets should it be deemed necessary to do so
The Park Management reserve the right to stop fishing at any time without prior notice

A current Environmental Agency (NRA) licence is required, and must be presented at permit purchase

We have a platform for disabled anglers - please check availability before your visit

Permits may be purchased at the entrance kiosk

Children welcome

Opening details

Please see website for further details.




Port Talbot,
West Glamorgan,
SA13 2TJ



Plan route to Margam Country Park and Castle using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SS 804862  Lat: 51.56196 Long: -3.72676

By Bus: there are bus stops at the main road entrance, a five minute walk to the Margam Park reception area. From Swansea, Bridgend, Pyle and Port Talbot bus and train station take the First Cymru X1.

Parking: with charge


  • Children welcomeChildren welcome