NO RUSH HERE
Rusheen City Park is located on the Barna Road with it’s entrance right next to a fuel garage. Blink and you’ll miss it. While the park itself is small it’s the perfect place for little feet to explore. To our surprise and the children’s delighted we stumbled upon a swan sanctuary. The views over Barna Lough and out to Silver Strand are heavenly.
LOOK OUT FOR THE LOAF
Situated in Shankill in south county Dublin this park is spot on for an accessible family walk. Kiddies loved the enclosed playground and the wide open space. Unfortunately there aren’t any picnic benches but there is a very spacious car park and a bus stop right outside also.
A WHEELY GREAT PROM
Bray Promenade is a fantastic spot to visit for a family day out. With ample parking, a wide accessible path and beautiful views along the coast up to Bray Head, it’s the ideal place to go for a walk. We met a variety of wheel users on our trip and were very impressed with the second accessible path running parallel to the prom and accessible ramps dotted along the course.
So delighted to present our first accessible buggy walk in Donegal. Good friends of ours visited Drumboe Forest recently and kindly shared their snaps with us. Click on this link to find out more about the area.
A VERY COOLE PARK
A very big ‘Go raibh míle maith agat’ to the lovely Laurie of @iamlauriem for contributing these beautiful photos of a very buggy-friendly and accessible walk in Coole Park, Gort, Co. Galway. Laurie is one of my favourite bloggers/writers covering a range of topics. See more from Laurie at www.iamlauriem.com or follow her on Facebook and InstagramInstagram @iamlauriem. Continue reading
Barna Woods, an enchanting forest located just off the main road to Barna, Galway. Blink and you will miss the gateway with only a handful of parking spaces however the woods can also be accessed through Cappagh Park. This really is a hidden gem, with old native trees throughout. Continue reading
FROM A DISTANCE
The third installment for wheel-friendly walks in Salthill, is The Claddagh. This an area close to the centre of Galway city, where the River Corrib meets Galway Bay. There is a fantastic walkway running from the Spanish Arch in Galway city and Salthill. Continue reading
ROOM FOR ALL
As outlined in a previous post there are three walks in Salthill. The Blackrock walk is a continuation of the promenade starting at the diving tower, taking you west towards Salthill Caravan and Camping Park.
Brigit’s Garden is a truly special amenity located in Rosscahill, Co. Galway. With both gravel and grassy paths, a sturdy buggy is required . Check out their website for all the finer details about their wonderful gardens, café, gift shop and so much more.
A PREHISTORIC PATH
A big thank you to @corkfamilywalks for sharing this walk with us. All photo credits to @corkfamilywalks.