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Dog walk

Wepre park

Deeside, Connah's Quay

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What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, Picnic Areas, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

This is a great little walk for little legs – ideal as it’s got a good path (pushchair-friendly, most of the way).
Parking is free and there’s plenty of it. It has park area with picnic benches and a café area next to the car park, also with toilets.

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Comments (9)

  • NikiB50 profile

    7 years ago

    What a beautiful park! We took our collie dog there the other day and it was fantastic. You can walk in either woodland areas or open grass land. She loved jumping through the waterfall area. We are definitely going to visit this park again. The only downside was that there were no dog bins. 5/5
  • Clare1990 profile

    5 years ago

    Me , partner & Zeus came here in April What a brilliant walk and scenery . Zeus was tired out at the end of a couple of hours . We took a small toy chorkie :)
  • MaggieMops profile

    4 years ago

    Absolutely stunning scenery, we went in winter so wellies are a must. Loads of dogs off lead which was lovely to see. We only walked around part of it so loads to explore. Car park fills up fast
  • leanne70 profile

    2 years ago

    Loved this walk, it was great off lead walking for the pooch. She loved the stream and waterfall. Highly recommend 👌
  • CharlieGmum profile

    2 years ago

    Great walk, stream for paddling
  • Maxiboo22 profile

    a year ago

    Great place for walking the dog. Many different paths and places to explore with the castle and the river flowing through. Have heard suggestions that there may be blue-algae here but not verified though.
  • Cherj71 profile

    a year ago

    A lovely walk, with a cafe 😊 there are even ruins to explore for the adventurous. And the kids. You can walk through to Ewloe Castle for the serious walkers. A great walk for humans and pooches
  • Tidge profile

    6 months ago

    Beautiful walk with family and pooch, water to play in and explore, there is a great castle ruins to view too, park for the children and skate park too
  • Laceylou profile

    3 months ago

    Fab place to walk. There is also a way in from the back opposite a boarding kennels. That’s close to Ewloe Castle.
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51 Wepre Ln, Connah's Quay, Deeside CH5 4JR, UK View on Google

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