Kilderry Wood

Milltown, County Kerry

A forest trail located near Milltown, County Kerry

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Situated on flat area with lush farmland. The main tree species are old oak standards which are still evident together with birch and mountain ash. Introduced species include Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, Scots pine, Japanese larch and beech. The local fauna include many species of birdlife. There is evidence of squirrel activity and badger paths as well as fox and hare. The facilities include a lay-by, picnic site and forest walks at Kilderry Wood.


Directions to Kilderry Wood - Milltown

Kilderry Wood is approximately 1.5 km from Milltown Village on the N70 road.

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