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Carnfunnock Woodland Walk

Co Antrim
Carnfunnock Woodland Walk

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One of a whole host of great walks on offer through the picturesque surroundings of Carnfunnock Country Park.

Start Point:
D384066

Finish Point:
D384066

Route:
This is the longest and most energetic walk at Carnfunnock and takes you to most of the park's features, the woodland and wetland.

Distance:
2.5 miles

Terrain:
Flat, hilly, slopes and steps.

Point of interest:
Wildlife garden, Maze, Activity Centre

Facilities:
The Cafe and Visitor Centre, with tourist information and novelty goods for sale, are open daily from mid March-October. The Cafe is open at weekends throughout the year. (Tel: 07933 884350 for confirmation of cafe opening hours) There is a charge to use the car park in the summer season, although registered blue badge holders can park for free on production of their badge. Parking is also available in Carnfunnock Bay and Drains Bay. Toilets are open all year (excluding Christmas Day).

Publication:
Carnfunnock Country Park Visitor Guide.Also included in Larne Country Walks

Publication availability:
Carnfunnock Country Park (028) 2826 2471 or Larne Visitor Information Centre (028) 2826 2495. Larne Country Walks available to download on this webpage.

Nearest town:
Larne, Drains Bay & Ballygally.

OS map:
Sheet 9

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