With its excellent countryside, with many miles of walks throughout the county from the circular walks at either Broughton or Coedpoeth to more tougher walks which take in the area's mines, mountains and moorlands. You can take in all types of landscape here from moorland to mountain and woodland to river valley. There are seven country parks to enjoy with views of woodlands, rivers, viaducts and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.
Supporting a wide range of wildlife, the Berwyn Range of mountains bordered by Llangollen and Corwen in the north and to the south the towns of Bala and Oswestry, is an isolated moorland area with various summits from Y Foel at over 500m to Cadair Berwyn at over 800m. Due to the area supporting a wide range of wildlife, it is a Special Protection Area, and Wrexham has great country walks covering the Berwyn Range of hills for you to enjoy.
Chirk - One mile from Chirk village is the 14th-century Chirk Castle, with its award-winning gardens and views over the Ceiriog valley.
Overton-on-Dee - boasts a fine collection of 18th and 19th century buildings, of which many are listed buildings. The village centre has also been designated a Conservation Area and includes a boules pitch, used in competition with its twinned town of La Murette in France.
Rhosllannerchrugog - having several magnificent choirs and being one of the largest villages in Wales, Rhosllannerchrugog has a state of the art auditorium in which the Theatr Stiwt holds a wide range of dramatic and musical performances
throughout the year.
Rhosnesni - was originally a settlement which was developed around the toll gate on Rhosnesni's Holt Road, the original cottage still exists on the site today.
Wrexham - after recently holding the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2011, Wrexham is the largest town in the north of Wales. Located between the lower Dee Valley and the Welsh mountains, the town has three parks: Erddig Park, Bellevue Park and Acton Park, the town having a population of over 42,000.