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Kilbroney Tree Trail

Kilbroney Park, Shore Road, Rostrevor, Co Down, BT34 3AA
Children climbing on old homer, on the Tree Trail in Kilbroney Park

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Trees mark the seasons, inspire us with their beauty in the landscape and even provide us with the air we breathe.  This trail will guide walkers through Kilbroney Park to a number of notable trees. Kilbroney Park has been home to a number of residents including the Ross family, Colonel Roxburgh, Albert Canning and the Bowes-Lyon family who have all played a part in establishing and protecting the park’s many finetrees.

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Finish Point:

The walk starts and finishes in Kilbroney car park adjacent to play park and the café.  The trail is not waymarked.  The Tree Trail Kilbroney Park Rostrevor Leaflet will guide participants along the trail giving detail of each tree.  Each tree highlighted on the trail has a number and a plaque adjacent to the tree.

2 miles

Forest tracks & pathways

Point of interest:
Fairy Glen River, Narnia Trail, Northern Ireland's Tree of The Year 2016 - 'Old Homer'

Within Kilbroney Park there are Additional Walking Trails Mountain Biking Caravan Park Café Toilets Car Park Children’s Play Park In addition, there are a wide range of restaurants/cafes/shops in Rostrevor to suit all tastes.

Kilbroney Tree Trail Leaflet

Publication availability:
Available online or from the reception building in Kilbroney

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Map & Directions

Opening Times

* Kilbroney Park opening times:
November - March 9am - 5pm
April 9am - 7pm
May 9am - 9pm
June - September 9am - 10pm
October 9am - 7pm
*Closed Christmas Day

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Kilbroney Park is located on the Shore Road (A2) which leads to Kilkeel. The start/finish of the trail is within the park beside the car park.

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