Loggerheads Country Park with its beautiful wooded river valley, dramatic cliffs and outcrops is great for a short stroll or an ideal place to start exploring the Clwydian Range. It has a well marked Discovery Trail and easily accessible pathways around the park and to the hills and valleys beyond. Making this country park a hub for most walks around North Wales and popular with families and walkers.
A network of waymarked footpaths radiate from the park – west to Moel Famau Country Park and Offa’s Dyke National Trail, north along the Leete Path to Cilcain and Devil’s Gorge, east to Cadole and Pantymwyn and south-east to Maeshafn and Moel Findeg Local Nature Reserve.
Walking guides and maps are available from the Clwydian Range Centre next to the car park. Here visitors can sit and picnic or enjoy a snack from the café, and there’s space for children to play.
There are two circular trails for visitors to explore – a short, fully accessible riverside trail and a longer 1.5-mile route along the riverside and up through the woods to the top of the limestone cliffs.
Today Loggerheads is many things to many people. A place of adventure for families to explore. A place to get close to wildlife and experience the scenic beauty of the area. Or simply a place to get away from it all and unwind.
Car Park charges:
All day Car Parking £5
4 hours parking £2
2 hours parking £1