Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Little Island

CARRIGRENNAN WALK

Carrigrennan Walk, Sli na Slainte, Little Island

Location: Little Island (this walk is around the sewage plant. Don’t be put off, it is a lovely walk next to the water)

Path:   2.4km looped (see Irish trails for more) Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Castlemartyr

Baile Na Matra

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Location: Baile na Martra Woodland Walk, Castlemartyr

Path:  Looped, rough terrain (sturdy buggy recommended) – 3 walks (see Coillte ) Continue reading

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

Location:  Rostellan , East Cork just a 15 minute drive from Midleton, located on the Whitegate road.

Path:  Buggy and wheelchair accessible coastal path Continue reading

Buggy-friendly walks Cork – Ballyannan Woods

Ballyannan Woods Walkway, Midleton

Location: Ballyannan Woods, (near Midleton), Co. Cork

Path:  Woodland walk / safe walkway off the road also which is scooter and buggy- friendly Continue reading

Buggy friendly walks Cork – Kinsale

NOTHING SCILLY ABOUT THIS WALK!

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Location: Scilly walk, Kinsale, Co. Cork

Path:  Starts opposite The Spaniard and finishes up at the Bullman, majority of it off-road, flat and accessible Continue reading

Buggy friendly Walks Cork – Fermoy Town Park

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

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Location: Fermoy Town Park, Fermoy, Co. Cork

Path:  Paved, accessible for small wheels, looped Continue reading

Buggy friendly walks Cork – Doneraile Wildlife Park

A CORKER OF A WALK

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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.

Follow this link to see all the Cork walks we’ve collated so far.

 

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