Local Area

Pantymwyn Caravan Park is a great base for a welsh holiday home being ideally located for exploring and discovering the delights of North Wales - you will certainly not be short of things to do or see. With a fantastic variety of outdoor and indoor attractions and activities on offer in the area there is something for everyone whatever the weather. Here are just a few examples of what is on offer.

What could be better than cycling, walking, riding or even abseiling in the breathtaking Welsh countryside. Whether you are after something leisurely or exhilarating, you will find something to suit your needs and ability.

Scenic bike rides are plentiful in the area offering both challenging mountain and forest tracks and family friendly cycle ways.
The Clwydian Range is ideal for mountain biking. With a network of hundreds of kilometres of linked mountain biking trails in the area, whatever your skill there is sure to be something to suit your needs.

How about trying something different? - abseiling into the 120 ft Devil's Gorge near Pantymwyn village, only 10 minutes walk from the Park. A thrill you won't forget! For further information visit: www.abseiluk.com

The Park is surrounded by footpaths and country lanes that take you to local beauty spots . The diversity of the landscape means there is an abundance of wildlife to be spotted while you are out and about ,such as foxes, badgers, birds and rare plants. The Alyn Valley Woodlands next to the Park is a haven for plant and animal life and has S. A.C status (Special Areas of Conservation) - it has network of footpaths for you to explore and enjoy. There are a wide range of trails for walkers of all abilities, including part of Offa's Dyke National Trail, Moel Famau Country Park and the Leet Path which takes you to Loggerheads Country Park. Many of the walks leaflets can be downloaded from: www.denbighshire.gov.uk/countryside

North Wales is home to some of the most challenging and spectacular courses in Wales. In Pantymwyn village there is an excellent award wining 18 hole golf course, known as Mold Golf Course. There are many other golf courses within 30 minutes drive (click to view websites).

Fly fishing on lakes or rivers, sea fishing, course fishing what ever you're interest you should find some water that suits you in the area.

  • Gweryd Lakes - coarse fishing at Llanarmon yn Ial. Regarded as one of the leading carp waters in Wales. - www.gwerydlakes.co.uk
  • Wal Goch - fly fishing at a lake near Nannerch. Ten minutes drive from the Park. - www.walgochfishing.co.uk
  • Brenig Lake - fly fishing in the beautiful Denbigh Moors only thirty minutes drive from Pantymwyn. - www.llyn-brenig.co.uk

The area boasts many attractive little villages and market towns that are delightful places to sit outside a cafe or pub watching the world go by. Most of the towns in the area have markets where you can enjoy looking for a bargain and are likely to hear Welsh spoken. An insight into the area's history and heritage can be sought through the wealth of ancient castles, historic houses and monuments.


Mold is our nearest town three miles away from the Park, it holds thriving markets in the streets every Wednesday and Saturday. Theatre Clwyd offers a wide range of productions with well known actors.


A popular resort with its river, canal and steam railway, and of course the famous International Eisteddfod held every year in July. The steam railway and canal provides an enjoyable and relaxing way to explore the area and a great treat for children.


Within easy reach are the seaside towns of Prestatyn, Rhyl and Llandudno. They have stretches of clean sandy beaches, perfect for swimmers, sunbathers or a leisurely stroll. Close to Llandudno is the picturesque town of Conwy home of a spectacular castle and the smallest house in Wales.


Chester's attractions are only a short drive away from the Park.The city is packed out with things to do to ensure every family member has an enjoyable day out.

  • Linden Farm Riding and Trekking Centre - 01352 780539