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Visited here on recent trip to Carrickfergus, lovely place for walking the dog but very easy to get lost as not sign posted very well. There’s an outside gym which is very good and it has a small stream running through the wood which was...More
Looking for some where different to walk the dogs. And found this. Parked in car park on oakfield drive. Got lost a few times as there was so many different bridges and paths to follow. And no sign posts. Great place to explore. Will definitely...More
Do people know there’s a stupendous tree in Carrick, one that might even be taller than the spire of St. Nicolas Church?
I like Bashfordsland wood. From the downhill / eastern entrance its a great walk up through a green glade. This time we made...More
I attend this open green space that has a mix of woodlands, glades, grasslands and small pond habitats on a regular basis with the Friends of Carrickfergus Bashfordlands Wood and Oakfiend Glen Volunteers who meet on the 2nd Saturday every month. Just recently I was...More
Go here every day as it is very close to my home ! It is a lovely place to go to get some head peace and quiet !! If it has been raining better to wear waterproof boots as it's very mucky ! Dogs are...More
Lovely natural mix of young and older trees. Great pathways and you can choose your own length of walk but they may vary from half a mile to 3 miles. It can be a bit messy so wear your wellies! Access from Oakfield Road (...More
The Prince Andrew Way entrance is not visible from the road. You can park for free at the big complex with the Topaz garage and The Friary, and walk back in the northerly / Whitehead direction to find it hidden in the bushes down beside...More
I live a 100 meters from one of the several entrance gates into the woods. The woods lead into the glen, where the various paths lead you around the glen, and over the stream at 3 locations. Depending on the route you can easily walk...More