Lying between Rhos and Johnstown, Stryt Las Park is an area of grassland, woodland and ponds. Surfaced pathways around the park allow you to explore the area, where you can look out for the giant newt sculpture and watch the water fowl.
Frogs, toads, smooth newts and palmate newts are all found in the park, but the Great Crested Newt population has given the site special status. Great Crested Newts are rare across their home of Northern Europe, but the low lying areas around Wrexham are a stronghold for these amphibians.
Stryt Las Park has Site of Special Scientific Interest status and is part of the Johnstown Special Area of Conservation (along with Bonc yr Hafod Country Park) due to its Great Crested Newts.
There is a small car park on Cwm Glas / Park Street.
Dogs are welcome at Stryt Las Park but must be kept under control at all times. Please remember that failure to pick up dog waste is a serious offence with fines in operation.
Stryt Las Park
Cwm Glas / Park Street
Situated on the B5605 between Rhos and Johnstown, Stryt Las is only minutes away from the A483 Wrexham bypass and easily reached from Wrexham town centre.