A bubbling brook, loamy woods, mossy trees, peaceful silence - and even a wishing well! This beautiful park is appreciated and used by locals and tourists alike. There are a selection of walks to choose from, but they all seem to intermingle so take your time exploring them all. Some are stroller and wheelchair friendly, but these won't get too close to the water. I would recommend wellies or shoes that you don't mind getting muddy...especially if it has been raining. The Wishing well walk is gorgeous. The overhead canopy and subsidiary vines give a really intimate feel to the woods. There arent enough woods like these left in existence and it was a delight to stumble upon this one.
Even better was encountering Patsy Hand, a local who has travelled internationally thanks to his Handball prowess, who walked us through the woods and gave us backstories on various floras and faunas and the families who had lived in the crumbling homes previously.
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