Gypsywood Family Park

June 7, 2021
Tim Coysh

Gypsy Wood Park

There aren’t many sites where you can blend the mystique of fairies, the allure of animals, and the raw wilderness of 20 acres of gorgeous natural woodland, but that’s exactly what they do at Gypsy Wood Park, which is why they’re one of Wales’s best-kept secrets. Gypsy Wood Park, which opened in 2004, is a one-of-a-kind North Wales destination that the whole family will enjoy. At our outdoor park in the foothills of Snowdonia in North Wales, there’s plenty to see and do, and we’re a must-see attraction for animal, nature, outdoor, train, and fairy fans.


It’s a fun-filled day for the whole family and to enjoy some magical moments. For the tiniest of tots as well as the entire family. At Gypsy Wood Park, there’s never a dull moment. Here are just a few of the things to do in our area.

For a full list of available attractions, please see


The narrative of Gypsy Wood begins with Simba, a remarkable little horse

In 1997, animal enthusiasts John and Christine, who had spent most of their professional (and married) lives in the licensing industry, adopted Simba, a sad little horse with broken forelegs who couldn’t walk correctly. They solicited the services of their local veterinarian, Dewi, who warned John and Christine that while he could help them improve Simba’s legs, they would have to commit to caring for this wonderful little pony for the next 30 years or more! This, however, was no deterrent to John and Christine, who resolved to give Simba a wonderful existence, no matter how brief.

They are committed to impart a little joy and enchantment at Gypsy Wood. Their success is measured not in pounds and cents, but in the lives we have changed.

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What’s New?

Father’s Day, Halloween, and Christmas events are the current special promotions that they have.

To check their complete special promotions and updates, visit

Where to stay

Here are some of the self-catering holiday cottages near Caernarfon, Anglesey that we think that you may like staying at for your great family holiday adventure.

Bryn Ogwen – A beautiful Victorian semi-detached property, situated in the popular quiet residential of Garth area on the outskirts of Bangor, North Wales.

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Fort Belan – By The Way, Dock Cottage & Tower House – A beachfront location properties with pets welcome. Ideal large group accommodation when booked with the other properties at the fort – Llanwnda, Caernarfon, Snowdonia.

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Tal Eryr – A detached former farmhouse with a summer house, is perfect for large family groups looking to explore Llyn Peninsula, Anglesey and the Snowdonia.

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For more self-catering Anglesey Holiday Cottages, check out and book online here

Contact Gypsywood Park at 01286 673133 and send them a hi at this email address [email protected] .

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