Wepre Park

Wepre Park, Connah's Quay, United Kingdom

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WP!A1444401835 WP21444401832 WP31444401833 WP51444401831 WP41444401835 WP91444401962 WP81444401968 WP71444401961 WP61444401835 ChristopheWepre Park is a 160 acres  country park situated near Connah’s Quay in Flintshire, Wales. A true hidden gem for the Attractions website. It has numerous paths through the woods passing a small fishing lake and paths that lead to the superb Ewloe Castle. Great for a morning or afternoon of walking with or without the dogs. It has a children’s play area,visitor centre and cafe.There is also a path that leads to around the edge of the woods that leads to Fox Castle Hill.

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Free large car park at the entrance to the park.

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