Benefits of staying at Fir Trees Caravan & Lodge Park

There is more to see and do in our beautiful City Chester than meets the eye, there is a multitude of shopping experiences for the keen shopper, a large roman wall that encompasses the entire city that can walked along to take in the whole city at  height.

With Chester City on our doorstep and great links to North Wales we have put together a list of activities to make your stay at Fir Trees Caravan & Lodge park an exciting one.  Fill your days with great days out in Chester and North Wales then relax in the peaceful serenity of our holiday park.

Chester Zoo

One of the biggest collections in the UK, Chester Zoo. With a staggering 21,314 animals from almost 500 different species, there really is something for animal lovers to see and do at this popular attraction in Upton, Chester.

River cruises

Enjoy a different perspective of the beauty of the historical City of Chester with a River cruise on the river Dee. The cruise last half an hour and begins at the groves.


Llangollen has a large wealth of shops, cafes and places of interest to visit. The Castell Dinas Bran sits atop a large hill overlooking the stunning vistas of Wales and is worth a trip for adventurers.

Chester racecourse

"The Roodee", is according to official records the oldest racecourse still in use in England. Dating back to the early sixteenth century, it is also thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in England at only 1 mile and 1 furlong in length.

Blue Planet Aquarium

With exhibitions that encompass habitats from around the planet, the Blue Planet Aquarium has a large collection of species of fish and reptiles from around the world.


Llandudno is bathed in history. With a grand pier spanning 700 metres, a dry ski slope and panoramic views from atop the Great Orme, there is plenty to do in this traditional seaside town


Mount Snowdon has seven pathways of different degrees of difficulty. There is also a train that runs from Llanberis to the summit so you can take in the views of Wales' highest mountain in comfort.