The surrounding area offers scenic coastal paths heading north towards Barmouth or south towards the picturesque village of Aberdyfi. There you can find the unspoilt harbour which is ideal for sailing or fishing and of course the 18 hole Championship Golf Course which is situated between the four miles of golden sand stretching between Tywyn and Aberdyfi. There are many beautiful footpaths for walkers and plenty of cycle paths for cyclists. For the more adventurous, there is the Coed-y-Brenin Centre, which offers forestry and hill trails varying from easy family runs to the most difficult. Also at Coed-y-Brenin you may find the UK's first Tree-Top Adventure where you can experience an exhilarating tree-top high-wires and zip wires.
Approximately four miles from the Holiday Park you will find Dolgoch Falls a series of three cascading waterfalls which are part of the Nant Dolgoch stream that flows into the Afon Fathew at Bryncrug. Here you can explore the many paths which will lead you to the nearby Dolgoch Station on the Talyllyn Railway.
Tywyn is home to the famous Talyllyn Railway, Narrow Gauge Steam Train which is the world's first preserved railway which will take you on a journey past streams, waterfalls and through the beautiful timeless landscape of Meirionnydd mountains which oozes Celtic mystery.
A major annual cross country event, Race The Train, is an organised event by the Talyllyn Railway and Rotary Club of Tywyn and is held in August. This race is popular with runners from all over the world. A walk up Cader Idris, the mountainous regions of Gwynedd, provides a range of scenic outings for hill walkers or a walk up Craig y Deryn (Bird Rock), offers magnificent views of the Dysynni Valley.
The town offers a range of amenities such as:-
Leisure Centre with Swimming Pool, Steam Room, Sauna, Fitness Suit, Outside Tennis Courts
Tywyn Leisure Park with Crazy Golf, Tennis Courts, Bowling and much more.
Magic Lantern 3D Cinema