The Woodland and ParklandBodelwyddan Castle sits in 260 acres of historic parkland and woodland much of which is open to day visitors. The woodland to the south of the formal garden is a haven for wildlife and is criss-crossed by a number of paths providing an ideal opportunity for a gentle stroll or study visit.
The woodland is managed by Bodelwyddan Castle Trust with the support of the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers.
BTCV have spent significant amounts of time restoring and carefully managing many areas of the woods and also the former Williams family orchard.
A bird hide provided and maintained by BTCV is a popular feature in the woods and you can spend some time here observing the varied and often rare bird life.
In another part of the woods, the area has been carefully managed to provide a glade for butterflies Visit the Castle at different times of the year to see the woodland and parkland in its varied colours. There is always something of interest to see.