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eco-friendly park

Ever since we opened in 1993, being environmentally friendly has always been our mission...

Every year, we make consistent efforts to minimise the negative effects on the environment and maximise the positive. Did you know?

In February 2010, GreenWood was listed by The Guardian’s ‘Green Travel List’ as one of the 7 top green attractions in the world. We were also awarded the Green Award in the 2016 North Wales Tourism Awards

Wildlife at GreenWood

Wildlife surveys at GreenWood indicate we have a growing range of native flora, as well as different birds and invertebrates using the site. We continue to work hard in this area and ….

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Y Felinheli, Gwynedd
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Continuum Attractions is committed to achieving the highest standards of Health & Safety to all its visitors and employees. We are proud of the processes, systems and procedures we have in place across our business. Health & Safety is much a part of our company culture as our dedication to delivering unique experiences in memorable locations.
Did you know?

Ladybirds have a colourful shell that protects their wings. This helps them to fly really fast to find their favourite food aphids. The ladybug shell also wards away predators.

Keep your eyes peeled and you might spot some on your visit to Greenwood!

Did you know?

Caterpillars eat a lot, in fact, they can be 100 times larger than when it's emerged from the egg! They don't even have teeth!

Keep your eyes peeled and you might spot some on your visit to Greenwood!

Did you know?

A mushroom or toadstool is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of a fungus, typically produced above ground, on soil, or on its food source.

Keep your eyes peeled and you might spot some on your visit to Greenwood!

Did you know?

The speed of snails is around 0.5-0.8 inches per second. If they moved without stopping, it would take more than a week to complete 1 kilometer.

Keep your eyes peeled and you might spot some on your visit to Greenwood!