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Lough Key Forest Park

Boyle, Ireland
+353 71 967 3122
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One of our best finds ever.

Quite possibly the best park we've been to in Ireland. No, make that definitely. We actually... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
peter s
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Dungannon, United Kingdom
Wonderful park for walks and picnics

If you have time & love nature walks etc. you really should visit. It is well worth the 4€ parking... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Life-travelers
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Littleton, New Hampshire
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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 teamwork, ingenuity, trial and error will allow you to survive the challenges.The Lough Key Experience is an engaging audio tour, directing you through 19th century tunnels to the top of the Moylurg Tower and over the Tree Canopy Trail.The Adventure Play Kingdom is a purpose built outdoor children’s play area providing stimulating and entertaining activities and equipment suitable for a variety of ages and abilities.Enjoy the stunning views & homemade cooking from the Lough Key Café and outdoor deck or browsing for a memento in our Gift Shop.Thinking of spending a few days experiencing the delights that North Roscommon and the surrounding area have to offer? Why not book a pitch for your tent or caravan in the Lough Key Caravan and Camping Park, open from Easter to September.
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Boyle, Ireland
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+353 71 967 3122
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Quite possibly the best park we've been to in Ireland. No, make that definitely. We actually hadn't heard of the park before, we were in Drumshanbo on a short break and we had read about the electric bike hire in Lough Key. We didn't know...More

Thank peter s
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you have time & love nature walks etc. you really should visit. It is well worth the 4€ parking fee (Make sure that you have the change before you try to leave - its automated). This is a beautiful spot with plenty of views...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Every year, my family, dog and I rent out a yacht for a few nights on the river Shannon during the summer time, Louth Key Forest is our go to place every time. It has great facilities and is just an all round beautiful place...More

Thank Alex P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stunning stunning stunning ! It really is another wotprld here, the trail you can go on is very informative too, it truly is a beautiful place to be and the serenity of the place makes you feel like your in a fairytale especially when you...More

Thank Puddywoods
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a great day in Lough Key Forest Park. The scenery, sights & smells, with long walks & plenty to do. Just get out and enjoy nature at its best! Good facilities in terms of restaurant, toilets & shop with more than adequate parking. A...More

Thank Michael J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Lough Key Forest Park is situated just off the N4 Dublin Sligo road between Carrick on Shannon and Boyle . This facility boasts long forest walks , but electric cycles are available for hire as are Segway units. Guided tours using audio units are well...More

Thank Robert H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is another must go to when travelling around Leitrim Cavanagh Roscommon. So much to do here for all ages from leisurely strolling to more adventure. One could spend a full day here. Check out the website for more detailed info

Thank annef918
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

This park is such a good day out for people just wanting to have a wonder. We went for a walk around the whole things and it was lovely!

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Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

Had a fantastic time on the canopy walk and history tour, fantastic views and scenary to be gazed upon. The childrens play area was clean well managed and most enjoyable for the youngs one and the kidults (kids at heart). Within the reception i found...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 10 May 2017

I spent a couple of hours here and wished I had more time. There is a really good playground for kids. My 5-year-old got a great kick out of feeding the ducks and swans. Beautiful views for the parents, lots to do for the kids....More

Thank cormacc51
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DawnSurprise
Hi There great review. Can you please confirm if you can walk here from the boat, or if you need to hire bikes? Many thanks
21 September 2016|
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Response from Caznglen3663 | Reviewed this property |
The boat stops in the park and you can walk but they do hire bicycles, electric bicycles and segways 😊
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sparkycheek
Hi, on the booking for the Zipit they tell you to wear gloves (or you can purchase on the day). Can I ask if people know what kind of gloves would be ok to bring and wear?
5 July 2016|
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Response from Fairport0 | Reviewed this property |
The gloves are to protect from rope burns! Any gloves that will save your hands! Builders/gardeners style gloves will suit!!
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Darren M
Why is there no hotel in Lough Key Park or Boyle town??
17 December 2015|
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Response from Fairport0 | Reviewed this property |
Because there was the Royal hotel in Boyle for over 100 years and over the years ownership changed hands! To cut a long story short the current ownership is foreign! It fell into disrepair over the years and the owners... More
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