Mullaghmeen Forest is the largest planted beech forest in Ireland. Along with beech, it also has Sitka spruce, Scots pine and Noble fir and a very interesting native tree collection.
The summit of Mullaghmeen provides magnificent views north across Lough Sheelin and into the neighbouring county of Cavan.
Come in spring for the best displays of woodland flowers notably bluebells. The area is populated with grey squirrels, jays, badgers, foxes, pheasant, rabbit & hares as well as a large selection of song birds.
Mullaghmeen offers three marked loop walks of varying difficulty - perfect for leisurely strolls and fitness fanatics.
Information For Visitors
Opening Times, Fees & Admission Policies
Mullaghmeen Forest is open all year round and admission is free.
- Car park
- Marked walking trails
Find out what other visitors had to say about Mullaghmeen.
We brought our two small kids so used one of the shorter paths but it is very enjoyable with good pathways and you are surrounded by beautiful trees and wildlife. There are also benches places around for when little legs get tired.
Mullaghmeen Forest is well worth a visit as large deciduous forests are scarce in Ireland. It is well maintained with good paths and signage. All dogs that we saw were under control on leads.
Best place to unwind, beautiful atmosphere, well marked paths. Back to nature at its best. Variety of trees and plants.
This really is a great walk...stunning colors in autumn. The best surprise is the cairn at the summit with amazing views.
How To Get Here
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