Llandrindod Wells Lake
The 13-acre lake, an unexpected feature of the town with a magnificent dragon statue at its centre, is a perfect place for a stroll or cycle ride.
Opening times, entry costs, facilities and directions
Things to see
The whole shoreline and nearby wooded areas are worth exploring – the south west and the north east corners of the lake are likely to be most productive for dragonflies.
A large powerful dragonfly.
Flight period is May to September.
Can be identified in flight by its brown wings.
Image by Iain Leach
Common Blue Damselflies can be seen swarming over open water.
In summer Southern Hawkers compete for territory around the lake edge.
Common Darter are one of the last species on the wing in autumn.
Image by Nick Talbott
Contact InformationLlandrindod Wells Tourist Information Centre