Buggy-friendly walks Donegal – Stone Jug to Stragill Beach

 

Location: Stone Jug to Stragill Beach, Buncrana Co. Donegal

Path:  Paved the whole way and suitable for  buggies/prams 

Parking: At Stone Jug or the shore front

Facilities:  Toilets located at the shore front

Features: This walk starts off at the historic Swans Park, passing Neds Point Military Fort taking in scenic beaches at Porthaw and Stragill

For more buggy-friendly family walks in Donegal follow this link.

This walk, all the details and photos were kindly contributed by Nicole Broderick. You can follow Nicole and find out more about her on her website – mammyofsix.wordpress.com and on instgram @mammyof_six

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Buggy-friendly walks Donegal – Buncrana

Location: Dunree Fort, Dunree, Buncrana Co. Donegal

Path:  Well laid out path for a lot of the fort, buggy friendly for around 80%, some uphill parts of the fort that kids will be fit for but not accessible for a pram/buggy. The walk can be just as good without going to the top of the fort. Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Donegal – Raphoe

OAKFIELD PARK

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Location: Oakfield Park, Raphoe, Co. Donegal (seasonal opening times)

Path:  The main roadways and many of the paths through gardens are accessible by wheelchair (as per website) Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Donegal – Rathmullan House and Gardens

A GARDEN STROLL

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Location: Rathmullan House Hotel, Rathmullan, Donegal

Path:  Stone, gravel and forest paths (sturdy buggy/stroller required) Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Donegal – Ards Forest Park

MORE THAN A FOREST

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Location: Ards Forest park is situated 5km north of Creeslough on the N56.

Path:  A variety of forest loop trails, one short multi-access trail, nature trail (not accessible) Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Donegal – Glenveagh National Park

BIKING AROUND

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Location: Glenveagh National Park,  Co. Donegal. (Directions here)

Path:  Path to the castle – this is a 4km gravel path, hilly in places. There is limited shelter along this path.  Continue reading