Ardnamona Woods Nature Reserve
The Ardnamona Woodland walk is a 2 km trail that takes you through the Ardnamona Woods Nature Reserve, a protected area of natural and planted woodland, located on the banks of Lough Eske in Donegal. The reserve is owned and managed by Ireland’s National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS).
The woodland covers an area of approximately 46.6 hectares and is home to a variety of flora and fauna. The woodland is predominantly made up of sessile oak, ash, birch trees, holly, ivy, and ferns. The woodland is also home to a number of bird species.
The Ardnamona Woods Nature Reserve is open to visitors throughout the year, although opening times may vary depending on the season. Entry to the reserve is free of charge. Visitors are asked to respect the natural environment and take any litter home.
The Bluestack Way passes this nature reserve and it is also very close to The Lough Eske Castle Hotel and the Harvey’s Point Hotel are very close to the hotel.
Things to see and do near the Reserve:-
- The Famine Pot
- Donegal Castle
- Donegal Railway Museum
- Donegal Craft Village
- Donegal Golf Club
- Murvagh Beach
- The Bluestack Way
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If you want to stay in this beautiful part of Donegal you will find two Luxurious Hotels beside the Nature Reserve and several more only 8km away in Donegal Town.
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