Static Caravans North Wales
There are many interesting and enjoyable attractions within easy driving distance from Tree Tops Caravan Park.
North Wales has plenty of things to keep you and your family busy. If you like castles then there’s plenty to see. For something a little different you could try Greenfield Valley Heritage Centre where you can experience a farm and industrial museum. Our Reception area has information on a whole host of other things that you can do regardless of the weather.
Flintshire is a gem of a county with a fascinating history and beautiful scenery. The Flintshire Leisure Tour is a planned route of around 83 miles which takes in some of the best locations that Flintshire has to offer, the tour is currently divided into nine sections. New points of interest are added to the route all the time, it’s worth keeping an eye on the website.
North Wales is blessed with a host of businesses providing great quality products and wonderful country pubs and restautants.
- Pant Glass Bach, Quality Jams and Chutneys, Axton
- Wilford Roberts Butchers, 140, High St, Prestatyn, Clwyd LL19 9BN
- Blue Bell Inn, Halkyn
- Glan Yr Afon Inn, Dolphin, Holywell
- Eagle & Child Inn, Gwaenysgor
- Bryn-y-Baw Riding Centre, Mertyn Downing Lane, Holywell CH8 9EP
Walking and the Clwydian Range
There are plenty of local walks around the park and local guidebooks are often available in our reception area. More information can be found on the www.walkingnorthwales.co.uk website.
We are not too far from the Clwydian Range, a mountainous area which is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Information on this area can be found on the http://www.heatherandhillforts.co.uk website. It’s a stunning landscape which is very accessible for walkers of most levels.
Heather and Hill Forts have produced this brilliant short film about the area, it’s well worth watching.
There are at least 16 golf courses within 30 minutes drive of Tree Tops. If you are looking for a shorter drive you should be able to get to all of the following within 15 to 20 minutes:
- Whitford (Pennant Park)
- Flint (Cornist Park)
- Flint (Mountain Park)
- Kinmel Park
- Northop Country Park
North Wales is often overlooked for its fishing in favour of Ireland and Scotland. The reality is we have some of the most fantastic fishing, you just have to know where to look for it. Whether you are interested in Sea Fishing, Coarse Fishing or Fly Fishing on lakes and rivers you should find some water that suits you.
There is a lovely coarse fishery at Gyrn Castle, this is a great spot if you enjoy catching big carp, it’s less than a mile from Tree Tops. There is also a fantastic Carp Fishing venue at Gweryd Lakes, this is a little way from the park situated at Llanarmon-yn-Ial, but it is a gem of a fishery featuring a specialist carp lake with fish up to 27lb, and general coarse fishing lakes. Well worth a try if you are looking for something different.
Beach fishing seems to be getting better each year with fishermen reporting good catches from the beach at Talacre which is just a mile away.
If you enjoy fly fishing then there is a lovely lake at Nannerch called Wal Goch, it’s just over 10 miles from our park. Andy Walker, General Manager of Tree Tops, is a keen fly fisherman and he’ll happily give you plenty of information about fly fishing and most other types of fishing in the area. His favourite place to fly fish is Llyn Brenig, a huge 1,000 acre reservoir 1,200 feet above sea level surrounded by rolling moorland and evergreen forests. Andy describes Llyn Brenig as “Stunningly beautiful, great fun and always extremely challenging”.
For more information try the Visit Wales site, World of Sea Fishing (the even have reports on our local beach at Talacre), FishWales, Fly Fish Wales or Foxons Tackle North Wales premier angling centre.
Tree Tops Caravan Park is set just five minutes from the beautiful award-winning Talacre Beach, this is just one example of the fantastic beaches that North Wales has to offer.
>Theatre Clwyd has three theatres and a cinema all under one roof, situated in the historic town of Mold.
Various markets within the locality, held on various days, including Sundays. Visit one every day.
This beautiful village dating back to the sixth century is just a few minutes drive from Tree Tops, this award-winning village has to be seen. There is a great traditional pub called the Red Lion, serving good food with old world charm and open fires, it’s one of our favorite locals.
Tree Tops is only 4 miles from the resort town of Prestatyn. Markets Tuesdays and Fridays. The Nova Centre offers swimming, sun-bed, health suites which is open to all.
Llandudno is an unspoilt Victorian seaside resort, best known for its traditional promenade, historic buildings and the Great Orme. There are a host of shops, a theatre (Venue Cymru) and, of course, the pier.
Conwy is renowned for its castle which is now a World Heritage Inscribed Site. The castle walls still surround much of this pretty town which features quaint building, shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. Conwy has a traditional quayside where you can take boat trips up the river and visit the smallest house in the UK.
Famous for the Sun Centre, Rhyl Sea-Life Centre, Knights Caverns and wonderful entertainment at the Pavilion Theatre.
The historic town of Caerwys is just over 8 miles from Tree Tops, it is recognised as one of the smallest towns in Great Britain to carry a Royal Charter, which it has held for over 700 years. Caerwys is also the historic home of the Eisteddfod, a traditional Welsh celebration of literature, music and performance, which is thought to have first been held in around 1100AD.
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Located in beautiful North Wales, just five minutes from Prestatyn, thirty-five minutes from Conwy and an hour from the Isle of Anglesey. Why not pay us a visit and see why Tree Tops is recognised as one of the best caravan parks in North Wales