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Lady Margarets Park Caravan Club Site
Lady Margarets Park
Wrexham   (Browse area)
LL14 5AA   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01691 777200

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Pitches: 102
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 67 Reviews
              9/10 from 67 Reviews

Units accepted:   No Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes Caravan Storage Storage 

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Date of Visit: May 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Fidibury 33 reviews from this member

This was our second visit to this site. It's a lovely site especially at this time of year with all the bluebells in flower.

Pitches are very spacious with a mixture of both grass and hard standing. Facilities are central and even though are probably a little dated were clean and water was hot. Water pressure in the showers wasn't brilliant but was adequate.

There is a lovely little dog walk on site and actually plenty of dog bins dotted around the whole site.

From the site you can walk up to Chirk Castle - we actually walked up when it was closed as we knew we couldn't go inside with the dogs. There are also lovely walks along the canal and over the viaduct but there is also a dark 400 m tunnel to walk through. A torch is ideal. Dogs could get a bit spooked. We ended up having to carry one of ours.

Chirk itself is a lovely little village with a couple of eating areas, puds and shops. Further afield is Llangollen. Their is a bus stop and railway station very close to the site.

The site is very close to a factory and there was some noise throughout the day and night but it didn't bother us. There was also a very faint smell of cocoa beans - again not an issue.

The only downside was that we were travelling with friends who had got delayed and we asked if we could pay for their pitch so that we could get 2 together. Unfortunately company policy doesn't allow that but it certainly didn't spoil our enjoyment of staying on the site. We were lucky and still managed to get quite close.

This is a very dog friendly site (we had 7 TIbetan Terriers between us) and will definitely be returning

Date of Visit: April 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Crossers 9 reviews from this member

Nice site in lovely surroundings. Great walks up to the castle and down the canal over the aquaduct to the poacher pub. Excellent price for a 2 night stay for 2 adults and one child, £38 all in, just like caravan club sites should be price for member's.

I would give 10 stars barring 2 little issues. A wood flour factory belting smoke over the site (not the caravan clubs fault) & the many potholes on the approach road (yes they do require filling in)

I know people have complained about the toilet/shower block being a little dated but they are spotless and warm. We will be visiting again.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Lucysmum 26 reviews from this member

Good stuff:

Friendly staff

Really good walks for people and dogs; Chirk aqueduct and along the canal; Walk across fields and through woods to the Castle (NT) and lovely walks in the Castle grounds

Disappointing stuff:

Cramped site

Facilities old and shabby - come on Caravan Club, spend some money on this site, it needs it

Weird factory belching smoke close by

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Baldrick2 15 reviews from this member

We have visited this site 6 times. It is a relaxing site with rabbits and squirrels running around, the hooting of owls at night. It is an amazing place to star-gaze if it is a clear night. The wardens are very friendly and helpful, the toilets/showers are spotless.

We cycled to Llangollen along the canal towpath, which is just over 8 miles each way but a very good path. The other way and over the Chirk viaduct you come to the Poachers Inn after just under 2 miles which is good for a meal. The garden centre is a further 5 mins walk up the road from the Poachers.

The village of Chirk is small, but has all the necessities - Spar, butchers, bakers, greengrocers, pub, café etc. This being a 15 min walk from the site.

You can walk in the grounds of Chirk castle, an entrance being next to the site, but if you go by car it is a further 1 and half miles along the lane to the main entrance.

Can`t wait to return!

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: ITBird 1 review from this member

Our 1st time at this site and cannot recommend it highly enough. We stayed 7 nights in Primrose Dell on a spacious gravel pitch. On arrival the friendly wardens greeted the kids and gave them a Tourer Explorer pack, sending them off on a treasure hunt while we set up the caravan. The kids loved it and came back with stickers and badges for their effort. The wardens told the kids that if they completed 12 activities from the pack they could come back to claim a slap band each. That kept them busy for 2 days!

The site is so peaceful and relaxing, with the rabbits and squirrels a delight to watch. There are some beautiful woodland walks on and around the site and a good walk up to Chirk Castle direct from the site.

The toilet block is spotlessly clean and hot water is plentiful. We never had to wait for a shower any time in the 7 days. Yes, the shower cubicles are a little smaller but they are perfectly adequate.

One of the highlights of the week was the playday which was organised and run by the wardens. A totally free event, whereby the wardens led a nature hunt in the woods, crazy golf, races, face painting and laid on hot dogs, cakes, biscuits and juice. The 4 wardens were fantastic with kids and adults alike and the afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

All around the site, people say hello to each other and the wardens are particularly friendly and approachable always ready with a smile. My kids were sad to leave this morning and are already asking when they can return.

If you're looking for a peaceful retreat in the countryside with abundant wildlife then this is the site for you. Can't wait to return later in the year.

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Madam 11 reviews from this member

We stayed here for two nights as part of a tour of Wales. It was a beautiful little site. Site access was easy for all vehicle sizes and the pitches were a decent size. Toilet block was a little dated but clean. Site was well kept with a little play area in the middle for young children and the wardens were friendly. Bizarrely, considering the place is running wild with rabbits and squirrels, we met 7 other lurchers whilst out walking with our 2 lurchers. Funny how we all ended up on a site with so many things for them to want to chase. But it just made for a talking point and got us laughing about it. The wildlife certainly did not cause any other problems, just a source of entertainment out of our caravan window. Considering we had just been to another area of Wales that really did have terrible TV reception this site held the TV reception much better than the previous site and WiFi was perfect if you paid for it. There were so many things to see in the locality we could not fit it all in in such a short stay so would love to return but we drove through Llangollen which looked beautiful with its bunting covered streets, boat trips and steam train and the aqueduct walk. Chirk itself has a few shops and a little tearoom. We did, however, walk to Chirk Castle from the site which was direct access onto the Castle grounds from just outside the site entrance. It was a wonderful walk and we managed a 5 mile walk around the perimeter of the castle without having to pay any admission fee. It would have been nice if we could have got access to the castle tearooms but you had to pay access to the castle and walled gardens to get to them and, obviously with dogs that are not allowed in any further than the tearoom, that was not really an option. All in all a lovely little site and we would love to return to explore the area more in the future.

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