Clay Pond

Brickfield Pond in Rhyl is a transformed clay pit turned nature reserve with a 1km walking path.

Visitors can enjoy feeding ducks, spotting various bird species, and fishing for carp, bream, pike, and more.

Day tickets are available for fishing, and season tickets can be purchased for locals to enjoy the pond throughout the year.

Clay Pond

Clay Pond, Yorkshire, Postal Code LL18 2, United Kingdom

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Clay Pond

About Clay Pond

Brickfield Pond in Rhyl is a popular spot for outdoor activities. It used to be a clay pit, but now it’s a nature reserve with a 1km walking path around the pond. People like to come here to feed the ducks and see different kinds of birds like swans and herons.

The pond is also a great place for fishing. The Brickfield Angling Club runs a fishery here with carp, bream, pike, tench, eels, roach, perch, rudd, and ruffe. You can buy a day ticket from the nearby newsagent or on the bank for £6 for adults, £5 for concessions, and £3 for kids under 16. Fishing is allowed from 8am until sunset.

If you live nearby, you can also get a season ticket to fish here. Just remember to follow the rules and enjoy your time at Brickfield Pond!

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