Ty Mawr Country Park, Wrexham
(4.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Come to Ty Mawr where you can feed the some of the smaller animals and watch the others in wildflower meadows. Visitors enjoy the circular walk around the park or longer walks including The Cefn Mawr Heritage Trail, part of Offa's dyke trail and the Llangollen canal walk from the World heritage Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

The visitor centre and picnic area have impressive wooden sculptures and children can use the trim trail, BMX track and playground. The environmental education room is a base for events and education and can be hired for training , meetings, birthday parties and community groups.
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TripAdvisor
  • Very cool place to walk for everyone. Live animals only with views and a wide range of natural beauty I recommend
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  • Great walks and lovely in the summer down by the river. Nice for kids as plenty of wooden animals to seek out on the trail and also live ones too ! Lamas, donkeys, pigs and other critters, including a...  more »
  • if your walking the dogs PLEASE pick up your dog muck, its to nice a place to ruin? the river is a focal point, the views are ex, theres amenitys for children and of course the animal park on site chi...  more »
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  • Incredible place. The river and viaduct are stunning. They were very accommodating with me as I needed to park my motorbike somewhere secure while I kayaked down the river. They didn't hesitate to help. The place is well set out and there are plenty of places to relax. I'm their new biggest fan.
  • Lovely country park in the beautiful dee valley. Always popular with a few animals, wooden sculptures and a little shop.
  • It used to be a pleasure to walk from the Visitor Centre car park around the football pitch to the animal enclosures. That is until some belligerent loud mouth demanded a £75 fine for walking on the pitch! A new regulation with the authorisation displayed on the entrance gate as you drive in and therefore not visible from a car as one is looking for a parking space!
  • Beautiful place 😍 we love it here.
  • So peaceful here nice to walk and unwind