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As outlined in a previous post there are three walks in Salthill. The Blackrock walk is a continuation of the promenade starting at the diving tower, taking you west towards Salthill Caravan and Camping Park.
Strandhill is one of our favourite places to visit in Ireland, a compact village nestled beneath Knocknarea. This is such a vibrant place with all the facilities you need including cafes, bar, Voya Seaweed Baths (for a real treat), playground and markets every Sunday. Of course we love going there for our buggy-friendly stroll along the prom and onto the beach when the tide allows. Don’t forget your bucket and spade!
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Most people know this walk as the walk around the sewage plant. Don’t be put off, it is a lovely walk next to the water about 3.6km in a loop and there is a playground at the start/end of it. You can find more details here.
Many thanks as always Theresa x
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…
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