Gnoll Park is to re-open to the public on Thursday, June 4th 2020 with safety measures in place.
Based on current Welsh Government guidance, the children's play areas within the park will have to remain closed.
The toilets and cafe will also have to remain closed.
Gnoll Estate Country Park is set amongst 240 acres of woodland and wide open spaces and was voted as the Best Picnic spot in Wales 2010 by the Warburtons National Picnic Awards.
The park has retained its history by telling the story of the Mackworth family through the many original features still located within the grounds including four large duck ponds, the two impressive 18th century cascades and the Gnoll House ruins.
The park is open all year round offering an array of activities and attractions to all.
The following car parking charges apply.
£2.60 - Half day (up to 4 hours)
£3.60 - All day
Major credit/debit cards are accepted.
Annual season tickets can be purchased online for £53.00.
You can also contact the parking office 01639 763939
For more information contact the Gnoll Country Park Visitor Centre.