Environment and Working with Nature - Palewood Holiday Park

Environment and working with Nature

The park is set in a stunning and entirely natural 43 acres of private woodland and lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Palé Wood Holiday Park is right on the edge of world famous Snowdonia National Park and the Dee Valley – and features the very best of both locations.

34 acres of Palé Wood is woodland, accented with numerous pathways for delightful walks. The remainder of our private woodland is left for the varying trees and wildflowers which provides a habitat for wildlife local to the region.

We strive to work with, not against, nature and also to minimise our impact on the environment around us. We have recycling facilities for glass, metal and cans, newspapers, magazines, cardboard and plastics.

Palé Wood only uses rainwater- and we actively recycle our water to water our summer hanging baskets and flower tubs around the park. Our hedges, hedgerows and banks are cut carefully once a year, and then left to develop their cycle of growth for the many species of wild flowers, butterflies and bees which make their homes within them.