The park extends to 14 acres and lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty close to the coast of the Menai Strait. Trees and wild flowers are in abundance and provide an ideal habitat for wildlife. Much of the park lies undeveloped and is set aside as wildlife refuges. The hedgerows are cut only once a year and field borders are left to develop their cycle of growth. For those interested in nature, we have recorded 65 species of birds, 85 wild flowers and 15 species of butterfly.
Our buildings are equipped with low energy lighting and the shower blocks are highly automated to minimise energy usage, the latest one being equipped with a "state of the art" solar powered heating system.
Park lighting is minimal (be sure to bring a torch) and this results in a spectacular view of the night sky.
(Clouds permitting of course!)
We have re-cycling facilities for glass, metal and cans, newspapers and magazines, cardboard.
We actively support the RSPB, North Wales Wildlife Trust and the Anglesey Red Squirrel Project. (see Links)
Tel. 01248 490636
Corporate Sponsor of
Anglesey Red Squirrels