Cratloe Woods, Cratloe

#27 of 42 in Parks in County Clare
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Cratloe Woods is a forested area around the village of Cratloe in County Clare, Ireland. Much of the original oak forest has been replaced with coniferous softwoods during the past century; however, small pockets of native oak survive. The largest such pocket is the Garranon (or Garranone) Wood, which is visible on the hillside just north of the N18 road from Limerick to Shannon.
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  • Came here on a day trip as a family of 5, 2 adults and 3 children aged 5,7 and 8. Great playground different to most town parks so kids loved it, went for a walk after with our dog, loads of lovely...  more »
  • Very good place for family walks , very nice playground , beautiful lake but people let their run free , they should be kept on a lead  more »

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