Newborough Forest Warren

Newborough Forest is a large pine forest on the south coast of Anglesey, home to the rare Red Squirrel. The forest starts as a back drop to the beaches of Newborough and Malltraeth, rising from the sea and heading inland. The forest is managed by Natural Reources Wales.

Newborough forest is in an area that is simply stunning, the forest is a way to get away from it all. Miles of paths meander through the trees, at times you may not come across another soul. It’s one of the largest forests in Wales, the only one with a large number of rare Red Squirrels too.

Newborough has lots of meandering paths, its not just great for walking but other activities too. The opportunities for getting out and exploring on your bike are awesome, the path ways are well maintained. Moreover it’s also quite popular with horse riding enthusiasts, it has more that enough room for everyone.

There is a large car park complete with toilets and usually an Ice cream van. £5 for the full day, this is payable at the entrance via Newborough village.

A great place to get out and explore with beaches and Llanddwyn Island close by moreover a chance to see rare Red Squirrels.

Parking at a cost can be found at LL61 6SG

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