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Tardree Forest

Antrim, Antrim
Tardree Forest

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Tardree Forest is a mixed conifer forest with way marked forest paths and picnic areas, offering panoramic views over County Antrim and Lough Neagh. There is also a geological nature reserve within a rhyolite quarry.

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* Free access all year round from duncans carpark

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Road Directions

Directions from Town:
Lies to the west of the main Doagh to Ballymena Road or from Parkgate turn left onto Connor Road and continue for approximately 3-4 miles.

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