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Fun for all ages!!Whatever you choose it is the perfect location to do as much or as little as you like!Boda Borg questing is a great way to spend a few fun filled hours with family or friends. After entering the weather-independent house only...more
All reviews boda borg lough key tree canopy walk viewing tower all ages zip line forest park great fun crystal maze adventure playground play area fairy bridge day pass great family day two hours on site well worth a visit
This forest park has lots to offer for young and not so young. Quiet woodland walkways, and lakeshore paths too, with plenty of climbing trees and places to explore. Parking is 4 euro, but the park is well maintained so it’s worth the contribution. Lots...More
4 adult s and 5 children spent a great afternoon here.we didn't do any activies this time but will go back to do zip wire etc.
Loads of walks and picnic area s . Location great..coffee shop good...guy selling tea coffee from stall outside good...More
First time here, two adults & one teen
Everything about this facility is impressive, the setting, the activities, the picnic areas, the food services, toilet areas, the Lough Key experience walk, the Zipit area... wow, lots for everyone to do. A facility for this area...More
Visited with my wife and 3 young kids.
The estate is a pretty setting by the lake but don't get fooled by the extortionate tourist trap of the "self guided tour". It's basically a 15 minute walk down a tunnel and over a bridge with...More
A day trip from Sligo. The tree top walk in the park was easy and offered good views with info points along the way. The viewing tower offers good views to plan future activities.
Food in the restaurant was of a good standard and no5...More
Fascinant place, a real hidden gem in the least expected places. Once we discovered it we frequently go yo discover the many trails with Forrest and lake views, grassy meadows, historic ruins, paddle boats, kids play centre, caffee shop, etc. There's a small and quaint...More
Been down here twice before and this time came up the Shannon by cruiser. The facilities in the marina are good, with around 30 berths. Water available at all and electric charging at around half. toilet block in good order and well maintained and the...More
Okay, so I go home once a year but almost always by myself. I have been promising my grandkids that when they turned 8 I would take them to Ireland. My twin grandbabies will be turning 8 next year so it is coming time. Do any of you that have kids around that age have suggestions as to what would interest them? I know they would be bored just going around for the scenery and the history. And I know of quite a few things that they might enjoy...such as Bunratty Castle, some of the farms, Lough...More
May 29, 2015|
A boat trip on Lough Corrib, the Ailwee Caves, Falconry at Ashford Castle, and a Sheephderding Exhibit could all be found within less than an hour's drive of Galway.
Galway to Lough Key? (4 Replies)
Hello! I'll be in Galway at the end of July for about a week, and on one of those days we'd love to go up and spend some time at Lough Key Forest Park. We're planning to rent a car and drive, but I just thought I'd check in to see - is this doable? How long would the drive (realistically) be (Google tells me ~2 hours, but is that accurate?), and is there a recommended route? We don't mind time in the car seeing the Irish country! Any other recommendations for the trip would be helpful as...More
June 20, 2017|
I'd make a day of it if I were you. Take the M6, N61.
Donegal and Roscommon (6 Replies)
Planning my fourth trip to Ireland. I'm be there the first half of April and I already have flight, car rental, and accomodations all ready to go. Here's the trip: - Buncrana (Inishowen Peninsula) for four days. - Glencolumbkille (Donegal) for one week. (I'm taking a hillwalking class at Oideas Gael). - Roscommon town for four days. I Already have some items on the agenda: Exploring Inishowen Peninsula, Giants Causway, Gleanveagh National Park, Donegal town, Sligo, Strokestown Famine...More
January 06, 2007|
Firstly buy your Fuel in the republic before doing the North coast run, Uk fuel tax is nasty. Whilst on the North coast have a look in at the Bushmills Distillery, if you are in or passing Portrush at mealtime the Harbour Bar is Good value. Letterkenny is a good day out Park your car on the underground of the Court Hotel & call in for Food & Drink at DillonsBar the craic is mighty as they say. Donegal Town, The Anchor for food & drinks. would have recomended the Scotsman for...More