Join us for the Reenagross Woodland Park Tour Heritage Day Event

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  • 19 August, 11am - 1pm
  • Dr. Patrick Crushell
  • Reenagross Woodland Park, Kenmare
  • Co. Kerry


A new online interactive map of Reenagross Woodland Park has been produced by Wetland Surveys Ireland to enhance visitor experience at the park. We will demonstrate use of the map which includes a range of visitor information on the natural heritage at Reenagross and conservation work that is being undertaken to manage the park.

The new online interactive map of Reenagross Woodland Park has been produced for Kenmare Tidy Towns with support from the Heritage Council.

The story map provides information on habitats, flora, fauna, and management and aims to enhance visitor experience. We will demonstrate the use of the map during the walk and also see how many plant and animal species we can identify on the way.

Please bring your smart phone or tablet along so you can follow the tour.

Admission & Booking

  • Admission Free
  • Suitable for Children under 12
  • Wheelchair Access (Partial)
  • Car Parking Available
  • Further Information


Mobile: 086 8510292


Link to the story map:


Take the Reenagross Woodland Park Tour

Would you like to visit and learn more about Reenagross Woodland Park, Kenmare? The new story map produced by Wetland Surveys Ireland and Foss Environmental Consulting brings you on an informative tour of the park where you can learn more about the fascinating estuarine and woodland habitats and wildlife that you can see there.

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The park is a wooded peninsula set within the beautiful landscape of Kenmare Bay, Co. Kerry. The Reenagross Woodland Park has over 3km of walking trails, along with a diverse range of habitats that are home to a wide variety of plants and animals and places of interest. The park is actively managed by Kenmare Tidy Towns as a place where people can enjoy nature, take a walk, and learn about the rich wildlife of the area. Kenmare Tidy Towns have undertaken numerous projects to enhance the value of the woodland for wildlife and to manage the park for visitors. You will learn more about these topics during this tour.

The park has a variety of visitor facilities including paths, seating, information signs, that will help you enjoy a visit to this magical place, and learn more about the park, as well as the habitats, wildlife and management work being undertaken by Kenmare Tidy Towns to enhance the biodiversity of this oak woodland.

The story map includes a map of the walking trails at Reenagross, location information on habitats of interest, a brief summary of what you can discover at the site, a summary of habitat and species protection work that has been undertaken, and a link to further information, opening times and much more.

According to Dr.а Crushell “Kenmare Tidy Towns manage this wonderful place, and have invested significant resources and voluntary effort in making the site open to the public and allowing anyone to learn more about this fascinating place and its wildlife and biodiversity”.

Kenmare Tidy Towns wish to thanks The Heritage Council for funding to develop this story map.

So if you would like to learn more about Reenagross Woodland Park, all you have to do to access the story map is go to theаlinkаshown below:

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Information for the Reenagross Woodland story map comes from information held in theаMap of Irish Wetlands.аThe Map of Irish Wetlands has been created by Dr Peter Foss and Dr Patrick Crushell and shows the location of more than 12,600 wetland sites in Ireland. The map has been developed and made available to the public free of charge.

If you would like to visit some other wetland you can check out the story mapаWetlands to Visit Around Ireland. The story map brings you on an informative tour of 40 wetlands around Ireland where you can learn more about these fascinating habitats.

Link to 'Wetlands to Visit Around Ireland' story map:

For further Information or story maps about wildlife heritage sites, check out the websites below:; Tel: 064 6642524; E:

Links to Map of Irish Wetlands:а or FossEnvironmentalConsulting.comа аа


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