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Parks and countryside

Join us on any of our inspirational guided walks, talks and events to discover the beautiful Flintshire on your doorstep.

Wales Link Path - Press release and map

  • The Rural Walks in Flintshire booklet features 25 of the best walks in Flintshire covering many of the areas described below. It also describes Flintshire’s key landscapes.

Wepre Park
A 160 acre Country Park in Connah’s Quay. No other park in the region has such a rich combination of features. We have the best free children’s playground in the region, two football pitches, acres of beautiful woodland walks, a well-managed fishing pool, and manned Visitor Centre to help you enjoy your visit.

Discover Wepre Park Booklet

Join the Friends of Wepre Park: Facebook - Friends of Wepre Park. To join or for more information, please contact the Chair, Nic Sheerin at friendsofweprepark@hotmail.co.uk or drop in to the Wepre Park Visitors Centre.

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB
One of only 5 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in Wales covering 389 square kilometres of some of the finest countryside. Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB website

Loggerheads Country Park
Part of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley. A park rich in wildlife, heritage, limestone cliffs, wooded gorges and secluded grasslands. 

Moel Famau Country Park
This ‘Mother Mountain’ is the highest summit of the Clwydian Range at 554m. An historic site with rolling moorland and outstanding views.  An audio tour is available for your phone (new window)

Greenfield Valley Museum & Heritage Park

An award winning 70 acre Country Park in Greenfield, Nr Holywell. The free Visitor Centre contains information on family activities, walks, fishing and bird watching. Greenfield Valley Museum & Heritage Park website (new window)

Open Access Land
In Flintshire the right of access includes parts of the Clwydian Range. In addition you may also walk on Buckley Common and Halkyn Mountain both of which are Urban Commons. View the definitive boundaries of any Open Access area and other access land in Wales at www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk (new window)

Flintshire Countryside Service (Management of Council owned parks and urban nature areas)
Based at Wepre Park, Wepre Drive, Connah’s Quay, Flintshire CH5 4HL
01352 703900

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