Farran Forest Park

Farran Forest Park

Farran Forest park is an area of approximately 44 hectares

The park is located on the southern shore of Inniscarra lake and provides panoramic views of the tranquil waters and surrounding countryside.

The forest itself comprises a fine network of paths, making the area very suitable for first time orienteers and ideal for families particularly those with young children with plenty of buggy friendly paths. The adventure playground a short distance from the car park can also provide some post course entrainment for the younger competitors.

A notable feature is the wildlife enclosure which holds a small herd of Red and Fallow deer which can easily be viewed from the path which skirts the boundary fence. The diversity of tree species in the wood provides a wide variety of very distinctive odd trees which are frequently used as control sites. The off the paths terrain is fast runnable forest however there is some repetitive crag detail which can often cause some confusion.

Click here for details of our permanent orienteering course at Farran Forest Park.


Map Scale: 1:5,000

Parking: The forest has a large car park.

Forest Trivia