Countryside and coast
These pages provide information on countryside and coast events, management, education, walks, access and much more.
Come and visit Flintshire's beautiful countryside and coast. Walk between impressive dunes to sparkling estuary waters or climb heather-clad hillsides to views across 6 counties. See for yourself the variety of wildlife and wealth of history that makes Flintshire unique. Whatever you decide to do, we hope you enjoy your day out!
We are currently developing a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund to conserve, restore and improve Wepre Park for everyone. We are keen to hear from everyone about their ideas for the park and their thoughts on the proposals as we develop the bid. View further information on the Wepre Park Development Project.
The Wales Coastal Path is an 870 mile route which follows the Welsh coastline as close as it is safe and practical.
This page provides information about what the Flintshire Countryside Service is, what they do, the landscapes they are responsible for and how to obtain further advice and information.
This page gives information on countryside land access and open access.
Wepre Country Park runs a set programme of National Curriculum led activities for KS1 and KS2. Each group is led by experienced and trained staff.
Flintshire Countryside Service are here to help you enjoy our counties’ countryside and wildlife. Join us on any of our inspirational guided walks, talks and events to discover the beautiful Flintshire that’s on your doorstep.
The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 requires County Councils and County Borough Councils to establish local access forums in their area.
Rural Flintshire is a landscape of incredible variety. The publication on this page provides information about 29 of the best walks in the county, and is illustrated with clear mapping, route directions and colour photographs, as well as an insight into our local stories.
Wepre Park is an ancient woodland rich in wildlife and history. It is a greatly valued green space for the residents of Connah’s Quay, and is used by over 200,000 visitors from across the region annually.
Find out about all the exciting plans that are happening here at Wepre and have your say on what you would like to see.