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Forest Parks

The arboretum for native trees and shrubs. These are of Irish genetic provenance. This woodland is the natural home for many wild plants and animals.

Broadford Village, County Limerick

P:+353 61 396255

adare@shannonheritage.com

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This park covers 313 hectares of mixed woodlands, park land and lakes which together provide a rich habitat for a diverse range of animals and plants.

Coillte Forest Park Kilcornan County Limerick

P:+353 66 7163370

izabela.witkowska@coillte.ie

www.coillteoutdoors.ie

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The Foynes Recreaction Site is one of the Discovery Points on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Foynes amenity area is located just over 1km from the town on the N69. National Grid Reference: R238519.

Izabela.witkowska@coillte.ie

www.coillteoutdoors.ie

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Facilities in Galtee Castle Wood incluce a car park and picnic site with seats on the riverside and woodland and riverside walks.

Galty Mountains South County Limerick

P:+353 61 337322

www.coillte.ie

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Greenwood has about 2.5 km of walking trails including a crossing over a footbridge over the ravine. Views of waterfall especially after heavy rain. Greenwood forms part of the O'Sullivan Bere Walk.

Kilfinnane County Limerick

P:+353 63 91300

reception@ballyhoura.org

www.visitballyhoura.com

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Ballyhoura Orienteering at Ardpatrick Forest Park

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