Rhyl’s Brickfield Pond, set in west Rhyl, is a local nature reserve popular for a range of recreational activities, including a 1km circular route of the pond. The site was once a clay pit, which was later filled in to create the Brickfield Pond we see today. It is a great place to feed the ducks and spot a variety of water birds including mallard, mute swan and moor hen. On occasions you may also see king fisher, grey heron and sand martin.
The Brickfield pond local nature reserve is an area of open land close to the southwest edge of Rhyl, the predominant feature is a well esablished mixed fishery run by the Brickfield Angling Club
The former clay pit, spanning nearly 9 acres, with depths to over 20ft is home to carp to over 20lb, bream and pike to over 10lb, tench and eels to 6lb, roach to 2lb 9oz along with perch rudd and ruffe.
Day tickets are available from the local newsagent “Cefndy Stores” situated nearby on Cefndy Road, or on the bank. Fishing is from 8am till sunset Adults – £6 per rod, concessionary – £5 and juniors (under 16) – £3. Season tickets are limited and are only available for local residents.