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Gypsy Wood

Bontnewydd Category Outdoor Activities, For the Family, For the Kids, For Adults, Nature & Wildlife, Entertainment
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 There aren’t many places where you can combine the magic of fairies with the charm of animals and the rugged wilderness of 20 acres of beautiful natural woodland……. but here at Gypsy Wood Park, that’s just what we do, which is why we are one of Wales’ best kept secrets.

Gypsy Wood Park is a unique North Wales attraction that all the family will love. There are loads of things to see and do at our outdoor park in the foothills of Snowdonia in North Wales, and we’re a must-see attraction for all animal, nature, outdoor, train and fairy lovers.

Gypsy Wood Park is……. an enchanting place with so much to see.

Bring your wellies to explore the wetlands, meet all the different animals who live here, find the fairies, make a wish, hop on Woody’s train and enjoy one of our fabulous adventure play areas; just some of the events and attractions available at Gypsy Wood Park.

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