Location: Tralee Town Park, off Denny St, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Path: Tarmac, flat, looped and accessible for all wheels Continue reading
Location: Strandhill, Co. Sligo
Path: Footpath, accessible, linear, coastal Continue reading
Location: Tourmakeady Forest, Tourmakeady, Mayo
Path: gravel and forest trail (strudy wheels needed)
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Location: Doneraile Park, Doneraile, Co. COrk
Path: Tarmac and gravel paths and woodland trail, looped
Parking: Ample car parking on site
Facilities: Playground, toilets (both at the House and the playground), picnic benches
Features: House, walled gardens, wild deer, ducks and swans
A truly magical setting just with so much to explore and just ideal for buggies and small wheels. While we were spoiled with the sunshine and saw , in all it’s glory, this is a fantastic amenity for families all year round.
Read more about the history and location in the link above.There are plenty of signs directing you around the whole park too, which makes it so much easier to navigate.
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