Cavan Burren Park
Cavan Burren Forest Park is a fascinating geological and archaeological forest landscape in north-west Cavan with new trails and interpretative centre to bring it to life for you!
With huge sinkholes where streams disappear, a sunken valley and the ‘Giant’s Leap’ among some of the amazing features found here (similar to those found in the Burren, Co. Clare). There are more than 80 archaeological monuments from the ‘Giant’s Grave and ‘Calf-House Dolmen’ to stone circles and rock art throughout the site.
All of this along with breathtaking views of Cuilcagh Mountain and the surrounding landscapes of Lough MacNean, Cavan and Fermanagh and the wider Global Geopark.
Things to do
Four different walking trails including a multi-access trail suitable for all
Spectacular views over north Cavan, Lough MacNean and into Fermanagh
Guides available for guided tours
Don’t miss our hidden gem
5000 years of history at Cavan Burren with incredible archaeology - Giants Grave, Calf House Dolmen, The Giants Leap and rock art.
Set in a karst limestone landscape with massive sinkholes swallowing up streams and a lost valley!
Visitors Facilities on site
Coach and car parking – open during daylight hours
Interpretive centre with visitor information and toilets