Loggerheads Country Park is experiencing major disruptions in the aftermath of Storm Babet.
Denbighshire County Council are working hard to carry out repairs to the site which has sustained significant damage due to flooding, the worst the site has experienced since 2000.
Some areas of the park, including various footpaths and buildings, will remain closed until further notice, with a number of events having to be postponed or cancelled as a result.
The café has already been able to reopen, while the Visitor Centre will hopefully be able to partially open soon.
The Council are advising those who are hoping to visit Loggerheads Country Park during the half term to expect significant disruptions to usual services and walking routes at the site.
Cllr Win Mullen-James, Lead Member for Local Development and Planning said: “It is sad to see the devastating impacts that the recent storm has had on Loggerheads Country Park, as well as other parts of Denbighshire. This news may be disappointing for anyone wishing to visit the site over the half term, and we advise that anyone who has made plans to do so expect some disruption to the norm while various repair work is undertaken.
“I would like to thank the team who are working tirelessly to undertake the necessary repairs to allow the areas which are currently still closed to re-open safely to the public as soon as possible. In the meantime, we would wish that anyone visiting this location is still able to enjoy the beauty of the park.”