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Avondale Forest is a wooded estate in County Wicklow, Ireland, on the west bank of the River Avonmore. It contains the home of Charles Stewart Parnell which was built in 1777 by Samuel Hayes and is now the Parnell Museum. The park is rich in wildlife and notable features include the exotic tree trail and a well-developed arboretum.
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Beautiful place for forest walks. Only down side is the house and coffee shop are closed for renovations for this year so make sure to bring a picnic with you
Love this place. It has the most beautiful scenery and walks. It is so peaceful and perfect for a picnic. Went to coffee shop at house for apple tart, cream and tea and was delicious.
Great walking paths and preset orienteering maps available to download.
One of our favorite local walks. There are a few different loops depends on how long you wish to walk for. Go to Bates after a long walk for a steak!
A beautiful place to visit at any time of the year, can be a bit muddy after the rain but well worth it, lots of different walks & all well marked for directions 😊
It's very nice walk for people who want easy/moderate difficulty. The river and sorrounding mountains are scenic. The walking path could be wet and muddy, so make sure you wear hiking/walking shoes.