Bluebell Loop Mote Park, Co. Roscommon
The Bluebell Loop at Mote Park in Roscommon is an easy 1.5km walk, it’s buggy and wheelchair friendly. As well as the bluebells, you might even spot a red squirrel or indeed the elusive pine marten.
Belleek Woods, Co. Mayo
Belleek Woods near Ballina in Co. Mayo has family friendly walks along the banks of the river Moy with natural forest pathways which are great for little adventures with the children. Bluebells carpet the woods during springtime.
Keep a look out for some woodland animals such as squirrels, badgers, foxes and rabbits.
You will also enjoy visiting the magical Belleek Woods Fairy Trail while you are there.
Dromore Wood Nature Reserve, Co. Clare
At Dromore Wood Nature Reserve, located 8km north of Ennis off the Ennis-Galway road (N18) you’ll find bluebells in spring all accessible from the car park area. These include the more popular Rabbit Island and Castle trails. Both the Mid-Clare Way and the Loop Walk intermingle with the existing trails through the reserve. The trails vary from 1.5 km to 7 km in length
Doneraile Wildlife Park, Co. Cork
At Doneraile Wildlife Park, located 11kms north-east of Mallow you’ll find woodland walks with several restored water features and a number of deer herds can be viewed along the many pathways within the Park. The pathways are generally accessible for people with special needs. There’s also a playground, picnic area and tearooms with car parking.