Hazelwood Forest located in Calry, outside Sligo Town is a must see when visiting Yeats County. A tranquil spot to go for a ramble with buggy and kiddies in tow. This is a forest trail so a sturdy buggy is required. We brought some buckets which were filled after lots of foraging. There is ample free car parking but no other facilities on site.
Loughrea Lake is a fantastic place to visit with your family, young and old. The walkway is very accessible and buggy-friendly with beautiful views over the lake. The wow factor(s) for the smallies were the 3 playgrounds (yes that’s right – 3) catering to all ages. As if that wasn’t enough there is also a skateboard park, free car park, picnic facilities, outdoor gym equipment and a large green area. Enough said!
A big thank you to @corkfamilywalks for tagging us on FB about this walk in Tipperary. All credit to her and Sinead Chadwick for details and photos…
Here’s another walk from Sinead Chadwick, she managed to get a bit further along than we did Glengarra Wood…..It’s Co. Tipperary (15km south of Cahir) but juuuusst on the border! Here’s her review:
ROCHESTOWN TO BLACKROCK CASTLE
There is no shortage of buggy friendly walks in Cork and thanks to the fabulous Theresa of Eat.Play.Love. we’re adding them all to the database. Roll it there Theresa…
AR AGHAIDH LINN
Our first official family day out in Galway brought us to the scenic village of Spiddal which lies on the shores of Galway Bay and on the eastern side of the Connemara region. We thoroughly enjoyed our stroll along the wheel-friendly promenade with the options to climb rocks and balance along small walls.
Baile Na Matra
Another shout out to Theresa from Eat.Play.Love. for sharing another great Cork walk. All credit to her…
This is a great walk around in a loop. It is accessible just beyond the Castlemartyr resort entrance. Beautiful scenery,the track is rough terrain with a double buggy but it can be done!
PIERING OUT IN BALLY-V
This stroll is short and sweet but can be extended if you walk in from Ballyvaughan village. Ample parking is provided along the sea front though no doubt it’s a busy spot during peak times. Needless to say a lot of care is need along the pier itself especially with active toddlers. The infamous Monks’ pub sits opposite the pier so the ideal spot for a cuppa to soak in the stunning scenery. Walk this way for more walks in Clare.
FINDING SANCTUARY IN THE BURREN
The perfect place to spend a morning, afternoon or all day if time allows! Located just outside the idyllic village of Kinvara, there is so much on offer at the Burren Nature Sanctuary and all in a very open and accessible space. Continue reading
“So that the ocean on one side is wild
With foam and glitter, and inland among stones”
The Flaggy Shore – Geosite is a half a mile of coastline that stretches from New Quay to Finavarra with a panoramic view of Galway Bay. While there are no facilities other than a make-shift car parking area, this walk is a must if you are visiting the area. It’s beauty and wilderness inspired our very own Séamus Heaney who’s poem ‘Postcript’ details a visit he made there. A magical find in the banner county with a tarmac path along the coast making it very accessible indeed. Continue reading
We have been very quiet of late with other projects on the go and preparing for a move to the west. However I am delighted to share another great walk in Cork from Theresa of Eat.Play.Love Take it away Theresa…