Nant Mill, Coedpoeth Near Wrexham
Wrexham, CoedpoethType of walk
Hilly, Flat, ParkWhat's here
Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Toilets, Refreshments AvailableAbout this walk
I have a large dog who is elderly (15 years) she can manage the short walk with ease. The long walk is very good and dogs can go off lead there but not in the Mill grounds. Poo bags available from the shop or bring your own. They have 2 red bin for disposal. I live locally, so it is easy to find and it is signposted once in the village. Follow A525 between Wrexham and Ruthin. A483 crosses the A525 making it easier for those coming from Shropshire and Cheshire. Picturesque and very beautiful in a natural valley with a river running through it. Ample parking, facilities for the disabled including parking and toilets. It has a shop, rangers for children's activities which are run regularly during the summer months and an educational centre. Owned by the local council (Wrexham Borough Council), so use their website for added information. Lots of other walks available in the area, including Plas Power Walk only 20 meters away from Nant Mill. That is owned by the Woodland trust and a very good walk too.
Two walks available for doggies and walkers alike.
1. Short walk - around the river valley, using wooden bridges, steps and stairs to get about. Not suitable for wheelchairs.
2. Long walk - woodland area. Off lead permitted. Not suitable for wheelchairs.
Picnic area. Children's park. educational centre and shop, toilets. Butterfly garden with pond, wooden animal statues and sculptures.
very busy in good weather with local people, ramblers, hikers and pony trekking. So it is a good idea to keep dogs on a lead near the mill.
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How to get there
8 Rhos Berse Rd, Coedpoeth, Wrexham LL11, UK
Coedpoeth on A525 Wrexham to Ruthin Road. Signposted. Turn left as soon as you enter the village of Coedpoeth. Follow the road until you get to a fork in the road. Entrance to Nant Mill is on the right. It is owned by the Wrexham borough Council. See Their website for details. It has a long and short walks. Dogs are welcome, Has pony trails in the area. Rangers for children's activities and an education centre. Toilets available for the disabled. river runs along the path, it has a ford, car park, toilets and shop. Lots of other walks available.
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