Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Little Island


Carrigrennan Walk, Sli na Slainte, Little Island

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Most people know this walk as the walk around the sewage plant. Don’t be put off, it is a lovely walk next to the water about 3.6km in a loop and there is a playground at the start/end of it. You can find more details here.

Many thanks as always Theresa x

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Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Rochestown


Blackrock Castle


There is no shortage of buggy friendly walks in Cork and thanks to the fabulous Theresa of Eat.Play.Love. we’re adding them all to the database. Roll it there Theresa…

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Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Castlemartyr

Baile Na Matra

Balie na matra castlemartyr

Another shout out to Theresa from Eat.Play.Love. for sharing another great Cork walk. All credit to her…

This is a great walk around in a loop.  It is accessible just beyond the Castlemartyr resort entrance.  Beautiful scenery,the track is rough terrain with a double buggy but it can be done!

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Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Rostellan to Whitegate

We have been very quiet of late with other projects on the go and preparing for a move to the west. However I am delighted to share another great walk in Cork from Theresa of Eat.Play.Love Take it away Theresa…

The People_s Path, Rostellan to Whitegate

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Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Ballyannan Woods

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Ballyannan Woods Walkway, Midleton

Another guest post from Theresa of Eat.Play.Love. who has found a number of ideal spots in Cork suitable for buggies and small wheels. Here’s the first of many with the rest to follow over the coming weeks…

Ballyannan Woods Walkway, Midleton

There is a lovely safe walkway off the road where kids can walk or ride their scooters and bikes and great for buggies.  It has a car-park off Bailick Road and if you are feeling energetic it loops around into Midleton town or into Ballyannan Woods. Continue reading

Buggy friendly walks Cork – Kinsale

Nothing Scilly about this walk!


A guest post from the lovely Ruth of @corkfamilywalks:

This walk in Kinsale is the best! Starts opposite The Spaniard (signposted Scilly walk) and finishes up at The Bullman. Just sayin… All buggy friendly, last bit is on road but you can turn back before that.

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Buggy friendly Walks Cork – Fermoy Town Park

“The little things that don’t cost a thing can be the happiest of times” (Kim Quirke)

Buggy walks  - Fermoy Town Park 11

A very big thank to the lovely Kim Quirke who shared her photos of this accessible walk in Fermoy, Co. Cork. She often takes her grandchildren out exploring. What a wonderful way to remind us all that walking is an activity for all generations and a fabulous, fun and free way to spend quality time together. Continue reading

Buggy friendly walks Cork – Blarney

A stone’s throw from Blarney


Our trip to Blarney was a gentle reminder why we established WheelWays Ireland. Researching for an accessible walk here was somewhat frustrating as the information provided on-line was unclear. Continue reading

Buggy friendly walks Cork – Doneraile Park

A corker of a walk


A truly magical setting just 12km north of Mallow with so much to explore and just ideal for buggies and small wheels.  While we were spoiled with the sunshine and saw Doneraile Park, in all it’s glory, this is a fantastic amenity for families all year round. Continue reading