A popular morning or afternoon out was always to catch the F10 from Birkenhead, Queensferry, Buckley or Mold to Pantymwyn; or the B32 from Mold to Pantymwyn and walk to Loggerheads. After refreshment, it was then customary to await the B33/4 or F9 back to Mold; or the F9 to Mold, Buckley, Queensferry or Birkenhead.
A former Crosville Depot Superintendent at Mold - who had responsibility for managing the Park as part of his duties has indicated that his biggest problem was dealing with complaints from dog owners who had been to the park and had died shortly afterwards. It appears that the park has a large population of adder snakes which normally do not interfere with human visitors but dogs left to roam appear to find them more easily.
Loggerheads continued as a popular destination by bus till the end of the 1960s, after which the private motor car became progressively more important. Crosville’s ownership of and association with Loggerheads lasted for almost 50 years.
It was in 1974 that Crosville sold its Loggerheads interest to the newly established Clwyd County Council. Today, the country park is managed by Denbighshire on behalf of Denbighshire and Flintshire County Councils.
Following the transfer of the land to the local authority bus travel to the Park continued but with other operators being involved.
In 1999 and 2000, Denbighshire and Flintshire added Sunday services on a loop Mold - Ruthin - Denbigh - Caerwys - Mold and vice versa. These also served Maeshafn but not other diversions off the Ruthin - Mold main road. The Sunday services were numbered 9/9A and given the name “CLWYDIANline”. M & H Coaches of Trefnant was the operator, though these services passed to First in 2001 as X10, omitting Maeshafn and Caerwys. The X10 did not survive into 2002.
Between 1999 and 2006 inclusive, Denbighshire and Flintshire County Councils introduced summer Sunday and bank holiday leisure services called the Clwydian Ranger, a series of interlinked bus routes giving sustainable, car-free access to North East Wales’ countryside, principally for walkers. The operational hub of the service was at Loggerheads. Operators included KD Coaches, GHA Coaches, M & H Coaches, First, Arriva and D Jones & Son. It was withdrawn after the 2006 season.