On foot or cycling There is an extensive network of footpaths within the park. These footpaths link up well with the surrounding roads and residential areas. You can also now get to the park via the newly refurbished Loop Bridge from Radyr, Radyr Sidings and Danescourt.
Please be aware that all paths through Hailey Park are for everyone to use and as it is a park and not a roadway please can cyclists slow down going around pedestrians and please keep dogs under control.
Train Llandaff Station is located a short distance from the park (which also has a car park). Details of train services can be found HERE.
Bus There are bus stops on Station Road, which are only a short distance away. Details of bus routes and services can be found at Cardiff Bus. The routes that serve this area are 24, 25, 64 and 65.
Car The main car park is accessed from Radyr Road (this entrance is very close to Llandaff North Rugby Club, 42 Radyr Road, CF14 2FU).
There is also an overspill car park, which is accessed from Ty Mawr Road - this gate is usually open when there are sports training/matches or events on the park. If you use the Ty Mawr Road car park please drive slowly into the gate as this area is also in general park use by people on foot or by bike.
Please do not park on the grass in any part of the park.
Llandaff North The park is very close to the Llandaff North district centre where shops and other amenities (incl. vets and health centre) can be found on Station Road. Click link to see map of area. Llandaff North has an active resident's association.
Every summer Llandaff North has a festival, which includes a summer fair, dog show, pub quizes, art and music, etc. and in November Llandaff North has its own Christmas Lights switching on event organised by the local traders' association and local community.
Also, keep a lookout here: Keeping Cardiff Moving.