Overview

Once part of the Curraghmore Estate, Kilclooney is located on the lower slopes of the Comeragh mountains. Coumshingaun Lake, Crotty’s Lake and Crotty’s Rock are popular local features to be found nearby.
Kilclooney is mainly a coniferous woodland of Sitka spruce, native Scots pine, Norway spruce, European larch and Western hemlock with small pockets of broadleaves dispersed throughout. Foxes, badgers and fallow deer are regularly spotted, although elusive. The agile red squirrel may be seen from time to time foraging or darting up the trunks of trees and running along the branches in the canopy above. One of Ireland’s favourite mammals.

15km south of Carrick-on-Suir on the lower reaches of the Comeragh mountains.


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Visitors Facilities on site

Car-park

Picnic site

Walking trails

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