Camolin Wood and Millennium Forest occupies a low ridge about four kilometres northwest of Camolin village.

The place derives its name from a religious house founded by St. Molin, second Bishop of Ferns, who died in the seventh century.

When mapped by the Ordnance Survey in 1839 the woods at Camolin – known as “Whites Wood” – was composed entirely of deciduous trees, however today the woodland is a mixed stand of coniferous and deciduous trees.

Take the Grove Road beside the Parkside pub off Main Street R772 and follow the Grove for about 4 km and the car park will be on your right.

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Things to do

Camolin woods has a lovely looped walk that takes in the Millennium Forest, there are also several kilometres of forest roads and tracks if you want to make a longer walk.

The Millennium Forest Loop – moderate – 3 km.



Walking trails

Car park for 20 cars

Trail Map

Nearby Pit Stops

Camolin Village