About Penrhos Coastal Park
Access to the 200 acre park, situated on the outskirts of Holyhead is free! Penrhos Park is owned by Land and Lakes. It has been open for public use and enjoyment for over 30 years and is a very popular place for visits from locals and tourists alike. The park, an area of outstanding natural beauty forms part of the Anglesey Coastal Path Network and the National Cycle Track Routes 5 & 8.
- Entry to Penrhos Coastal Park is FREE!
- The gate to the main car park is opened at 7.30am and closed at 9pm during summer months and 8pm during the winter.
- There is plenty of parking for visitors in the main car park.
- Toilet facilities are available in the main car park.
- There is a large picnic area adjacent to the car park and many benches placed around the park.
- Litter bins have been provided to allow you to dispose of your rubbish and clear up after your dog.
- The park is located on the A5 between Valley and Holyhead.
- It is clearly sign posted from junction 2 on the the A55, just follow the brown tourist signs marked "Penrhos Coastal Park".
How To Get There
- The main train route brings passengers into to Holyhead station.
- There are buses passing the entrance to the park.
- For up to date time tables please see the Anglesey Council website.