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Rhyl Tourist Information

Rhyl is a town that is going places, with a lot to offer walkers and cyclists, sun worshippers, sand castle builders and sea swimmers!

The place to start is Rhyl Harbour, a hub for walking and cycling, and a hive of activity with its own bike shop, cafe, iconic walking and cycling bridge and information point. Or, if you are looking for some down time, why not sit back, relax and enjoy the surroundings, look out for seals bobbing around the estuary, or help Larry the Lizard in the search for his tail.

The western side of the town is the gateway to the River Clwyd nature reserves, including Marine Lake the only salt water lake in the UK, and home to the nostalgic Miniature Railway.

A number of nature reserves dotted around the town also make pleasant cycle rides and walks, including Brickfield Pond, Rhyl Cut community fishery and Glan Morfa community woodland.

These reserves can be linked to create a circular route, by following the Rhyl Links Community Miles Route on foot or wheels. Or, for a longer ride, head down the traffic-free National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 84 along the River Clwyd to Rhuddlan

Want your cycling to be a little more adventurous? 

Then you must visit Marsh Tracks with its BMX track, closed road circuit and free ride mountain bike track, all on the banks of the River Clwyd estuary and within Glan Morfa community nature reserve.

Marsh Tracks is a buzz of activity, especially in the evenings when local clubs head on down to hone their skills and socialise.

On a cold winter's evening what better way to keep warm and earn a hot chocolate, and during the warm summer nights the birdlife add entertainment!

What else can I do?

If cycling isn't your thing, you can still follow the Community Miles route, or pick up a Town Trail leaflet and follow the route to find out about the historic buildings in the town and discover what makes it special.

For a bit more history, visit the lovely museum with its Edwardian pier. Or, you could head to the Promenade and cool down at the Drift Park, spend some time in the children's village and the arcades!

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