Nant Mill Visitor Centre
Whether you want to discover local wildlife and history of the Clywedog Valley or take a stimulating walk through splendid woods and countryside, this former corn mill is a great location for walkers or a family visit.
The Visitor Centre nestles in beautiful ancient woodland alongside the enchanting River Clywedog. Nant Mill is located on the Clywedog Valley Trail, which winds for 6.5 miles through glorious countryside from Minera Lead Mines, through Nant Wood and Plas Power Wood, where Offa's Dyke can be seen, passed the Bersham Iron Works and Heritage Centre, the impressive Erddig Estate and on to King's Mill in Wrexham.
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When visiting the county park, car park charges apply every day.
The daily charge is £1.00, however blue badge holders can park for free in any space with no time limit.
Pay and display machines are located in convenient places in the car park. Payment at the machine is by cash only.
Visitors can also choose to pay by phone/ mobile App.
A season ticket can be purchased to cover parking charges at Alyn Waters Country Park, Nant Mill and Ty Mawr Country Park at a cost of £50 for a year.
Season tickets are available from Ty Mawr visitor centre, Alyn Waters Visitor centre or on line at
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The Friends of Nant Mill
The Friends of Nant Mill Committee meets every month to discuss the park and its management.
The Friends of Nant Mill hope to represent residents living in the surrounding area and visitors from further afield. They provide a range of environmental volunteer opportunities to suit people’s age, interests and ability, along with volunteering roles including fundraising and helping provide refreshments.
The group circulate information and regularly consult its members, to promote awareness about environmental issues through events and activities. They help develop the facilities at Nant Mill, raise funds for development projects and volunteer opportunities.
Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Friends of Nant Mill can contact the park directly on 01978 752772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How To Get There
Nant Mill Visitor Centre is located three miles west of Wrexham near the village of Coedpoeth. Take the Ruthin turn off the A483 and head towards Ruthin. The ‘Nant Mill’ signpost is the first left in the village of Coedpoeth. Alternatively you can follow the signposts for Johnstown/Rhosllanerchrugog off the A483 and then the ‘Clywedog/Bersham’ signposts. Turning left in Bersham for Nant Mill. Buses are advised to enter the park from Bersham.
The park is open all year.
The Visitor Centre (toilets and bird hide) are open seasonally:
Opening times for the Summer Holidays 2018
1.00 - 4.30 pm
Sat 28 July; Sun 29 July; Sat 04 Aug; Sun 05 Aug; Sat 11 Aug; Sun 12 Aug; Sat 18 Aug; Sun 19 Aug; Sat 25 Aug; Sun 26 Aug
- Car Parking
- Picnic area
- Children’s playground.
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