Cavan Burren Park
Cavan Burren Park is a unique landscape of geological and archaeological features in an open natural setting. Whether it’s Cavan Burren’s wide open landscaped, fascinating visitor centre, the perfectly preserved glacial erratics, spectacular megaliths, bog-bridge walking trails, limestone pavement or encyclopaedic local guides, a visit to Cavan Burren Park is an opportunity to experience a vast yet accessible world of natural and manmade history.
You don’t just visit Cavan Burren Park, you become part of it.
AN EXTRAODINARY JOURNEY
When you walk around Cavan Burren Park, all of your senses are fully engaged whether you gaze from a limestone plateau, tune into a sonic bird chorus, tap your finger in prehistoric rock art or simply just savour the greatest air in the world! Except for your breathing or the sound of your voice and the odd cuckoo you will find yourself surrounded by a landscape of relict, fort, bog, gryke, stone, clint, wedge, kiln, an infinitely magical place.
WHAT YOU’LL FIND HERE
- Visitor centre
- Information on geology, archaeology, mythology and natural and cultural history
- Five walking trails including multi-access trail
- Picnic tables
- Coach and car parking
- Toilet facilities
- Spectacular view
- Guides available for guided tours
- Admission free
Telephone: +353 (0) 49 952 6121