This river-edged tranquil woodland was once part of the Killymoon Castle estate. Follow its circular stone path through the mix of ancient woodland and newer planting and learn which tasty treats are good to eat from the hedgerows and highways. You’ll find stunning wildflower displays in spring, spectacular views of the castle and countryside, abundant wildlife, and rich autumn colour.
Cabin Wood, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, BT80 8TJ is reached from the main roundabout at the entrance to Cookstown from Dungannon (A29/B520 junction). From the roundabout, take the exit for Stewartstown (B520) and turn almost immediately left onto a bumpy concrete ridged farm track (before the next road junction). You will see an event sign here, which leads to the small Woodland Trust car park.
Please meet at 11:20 at the main entrance at Cabin Wood Car Park. The walk will end at approximately 13:00.
Parking is available in the car park at Cabin Wood. We do like to encourage car sharing where possible.
Dogs are allowed but must be on a lead.
Paths are unsurfaced and can become muddy or slippery during wet weather, so please dress appropriately. Paths are not accessible for buggies and there are no toilets available.
This event is aimed at adults and older children (10 years+).
This is a fundraising event for the Woodland Trust. Please contact Michelle 07979 304703 on the day of the event if you have any difficulties. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 333 5302.