RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve
The RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve stands on the banks on the River Conwy and with the entrance being just about a 100 yards from Junction 18 of the A55 can claim to be one of the most easily accessed by (car of course) attractions here on the North Wales coast.
This RSPB nature reserve was created from the waste material during the construction of the nearby River Conwy Road tunnel and now over 24 years later (opened 14 April 1995) has built up a reputation as being one of the North Wales regions top attractions.
Features of the reserve include first of all a large free car park, a quality visitor centre/shop, a coffee shop with a great viewing area of the reserve itself and the Carneddau mountains.
Also on offer are an Outdoor play area, a wildlife garden, three hides along with nature-based activities, trails, birthday party bookings plus many regular events such as Farmers markets are held throughout the year. Check out our vibrant Event Guide highlights block below for the latest upcoming RSPB Reserve events.
Wildlife wise , the following are just some of the wide range of wildlife that you may encounter...
...Burnet moth, Common Blue butterfly, Starlings, Water Rails, Sedge Warblers, Emperor dragonflies, Black-tailed Godwits, Stoats, Snipes ...
while visiting the Reserve.
If not a RSPB member then entrance to the full RSPB Reserve does cost, however both the Cafe and the Visitor centre/shop are open to all (free!) and are both recommended for a stand alone visit by Llandudno What!