Tree Tops Caravan Park, Gwespyr, near Holywell, has undergone one of the largest expansions in its history.
The development was officially opened by Delyn’s MP David Hanson and AM Hannah Blythyn who cut the ribbon to unveil Parc Ynys Hir.
The expansion sees the park, home to luxury caravans and lodges, expand from 23 acres to 30.
Director Andrew Walker, who runs the park alongside parents Maureen and Harry, said: “The opening of Parc Ynys Hir marks a significant step in Tree Tops history and represents the biggest redevelopment in our history.
“The expansion will also provide a major boost to the local economy, bringing more people into this area of North Wales. It has been amazing to see Parc Ynys Hir come together and we are delighted to see it open.”
The development, named after its views of Hilbre Island, took nine months to complete. Open days have also been held to showcase the park to potential caravan and lodge owners.
Parc Ynys Hir represents a major investment both for Tree Tops and for Flintshire’s tourism economy. I was delighted to see how the park has grown and to officially open the expansion.
For more on Tree Tops Caravan park see www.treetopscaravanpark.co.k