The man in charge of the project has given a progress report on work to create a pocket park close to a main road into Llangollen.
The facility is being built on the former council refuse tip at Wenffrwd off the A539.
First phase of the work involves the development of a small car park and new access road which was due to be finished early this year.
Next phase means the development of trails around the site and possibly onto the canal.
There is also an aim to create a link back to Llangollen Health Centre along part of the old railway line.
Giving an update, David Shiel, area manager for the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is overseeing the project, said: "Works are proceeding well at Wenffrwd – the car park and new access road are now more or less complete.
"We are currently working on new trails around the site which include some lovely wooded areas with fantastic views across the River Dee and along valley from the old railway line.
"We would hope to have these works complete in the next few weeks so that the site can be open for Easter – should Covid-19 restrictions allow."
He added: "GH James from North Wales have been the main contractors and have done a brilliant job over the last few months despite the challenges of snow, floods and Covid lockdown.
"The AONB Ranger team have also been working really hard to manage and make safe the woodland areas, clear the pathways and improve wildlife habitats.
"Links back to Llangollen and a possible link to the canal will be the next phases of works which we would hope to take forward later this year."