Loggerheads Country Park

Loggerheads Country Park, Mold: Hours, Address, Loggerheads Country Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Loggerheads Country Park
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Liberty G
3 contributions
Jun 2021
We were stopping in the area in our touring caravan and tried to take in a few of the local attractions. Earlier in the day we had been to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct which was spectacular, but our visit to Loggerheads didn't disappoint.

Entrance to Loggerheads Country Park is free, just a couple of pounds to park, which goes towards its upkeep, which is money well spent.. We had our two dogs with us and all four of us had a great time there.

There is an large cafe offering a range of snacks and meals plus an ice cream window for takeaway. Incidentally the ice creams are wonderful and come in a wide range of flavours. There is a large picnic area outside of the cafe as well as a wide range of attractions including an operational water wheel.

Into the park itself, a shallow river runs through it and visitors are allowed to paddle, play and have fun in the water, with no restrictions or petty rules to spoil the day. It was wonderful to see entire families including some hounds splashing about and enjoying life, after months of lockdown.

Lots to do, lots to see and everyone there was friendly, well behaved with no anti social behaviour anywhere. This was during the busy Whitsun break too. What's not to like? Give it a try..
Written June 10, 2021
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Manc_Mummy
Greater Manchester, UK51 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
Would recommend bringing a picnic blanket as the picnic tables were all full and the lawn in front of the visitors' centre is lovely.
We walked almost up to the Devil's Gorge along the river path. The paths are excellent, well maintained with occasional benches and there are even dog waste bins along the way. I saw some mobility scooters near the visitors' centre and there are disable accessible walkways.
The shop and cafe were open, and the ice cream was delicious (and the dog very happy with his doggy ice cream). We used the loos twice and both times they were spotless.
It wasn't over crowded and everyone was sensible so it was easy to self isolate.
My son and husband took the path up along the ridge and said there were nice views. My daughter enjoyed looking for the wooden sculptures and both were fascinated by the tree stumps with coins hammered into them.
Highly recommended
Written August 14, 2020
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Louise W
Pontefract, UK29 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
We took our 2 dogs for a walk around the country park. The car park is chargeable but only a couple of pound for a few hours. There is a map in the tea garden area which shows 2 walk options, a 1/2 mile with guidance to allow half an hour and a mile and a 1/2, guidance to allow an hour. We did the longer walk and took about 45 mins but did walk at a reasonable pace with the dogs.

We have 2 labradors who love water, so a couple of opportunities for them to get into the water, have a splash around and clean off kept them happy. The walking trail is clear and signage to other routes if you wanted to head off further, about 2.5miles to Cilcain.

It was raining when we visited but most of the walk is slightly covered by the trees so didn't bother us too much. There are some viewing points and benches around the trail where you could stop for a picnic on a nice day. Either direction you take around the longer trail, you will have to go up and down some steep wooden steps, these were just slightly slippery with the rain, so take caution.

There is a large grassed area in the tea garden with well spaced picnic benches for you to enjoy some alfresco eating after a walk, aswell as the onsite dog friendly cafe with tables inside and out (closed Mondays) We Three Loggerheads pub is just across the road, serving food and drinks, with beer garden, dog friendly inside bar area and restaurant.
Written September 30, 2020
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SidzIdz
34 contributions
Jul 2021
Me and the dog visited Loggerheads on our way to our holiday destination of Ruthin and would highly recommend a visit. The site has a car park with the option of paying by phone, card or cash. There is a visitors centre and shop with lovely craft gifts. There is also a cafe serving food and drinks and an ice cream kiosk. You can even buy doggy ice cream, which my dog rated 10 out of 10! Seating and tables are available as well as a large grassy area where many people were soaking up the sun. The toilets are free and clean! We walked the shorter route through the woods and along the riverbank twice and thoroughly enjoyed the peace and quiet. I even spotted 3 squirrels! There were other dogs but, as none were running off-lead, it was a very pleasant experience.
Written July 21, 2021
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Jackie T
2 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
We parked here to walk a circular route around Moel Famau. We visited the cafe, we had a delicious meal of toasted sandwich, bacon and Welsh brie, the bread was good quality and the side salad was not an afterthought, it had a pesto dressing (we asked), and plenty of different leaves. My tea was good and the teapot didn't dribble, and my husband who loves his coffee, said how well made it was.
We would definitely return and next time explore the park and shop.
Written August 16, 2021
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Louise N
1 contribution
Feb 2022 • Business
Would not go there agin!!
Went there no signal or nothing. It was cold,walked in room stains on the bed, food was cold not much choice.
As soon as I got into the bed at night started a cough where they had not been washed and all damp.
Would not go there agin!!!
Written February 8, 2022
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adamcX1542DA
Doncaster, UK5 contributions
Feb 2020
We arrived during the afternoon, and parking was available right outside the entrance. Parking wasn't too expensive (£2 for 2-3 hours) and was free entry into the park! We enjoyed walking up the cliff, and seeing the amazing views at the top which was worth the walk! The woodlands had a variety of wildlife present such as squirrels and various birds. The walk around the river is highly recommended. We would definitely return if we find ourselves in the area again.
Written February 23, 2020
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David S
Greasby, UK131 contributions
Mar 2020 • Family
Really nice place to go for a walk. Since they built the “new” overspill carpark it’s much better than fighting for a space.
Toilets, cafe, different walks, the river, all good stuff.
Written March 1, 2020
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janew541
Kidderminster, UK248 contributions
Jun 2021 • Couples
We’ve been coming to these parts regularly over the past 5 years and have only just discovered this country park. What a find it has been. Different walks along the river, leading to Devils Gorge and the cliff top along decent pathways and well signposted. Suitable for all ages and those with poor mobility . Car parking is cheap at £1 for 2 hours. Facilities include cafe, ice cream parlour, gift shop and outdoor picnic area. Will definitely be visiting again to try one of the other routes next time.
Written July 25, 2021
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NS1
Manchester, UK333 contributions
Mar 2022
Cheap parking (£1 for 2 hours), marked trails and very clean. I'm not really sure what there is to .complain about. Plenty of families and dogs enjoying the fresh air.

Overflow car park is the easier one to park in and saves going round and round.
Written March 9, 2022
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