On our second day in Northern Ireland, while driving around Lower Lough Erne in county Fermanagh, we detoured to Lough Navar forest park. With picnic areas, walking trails, lakes perfect for fishing and the breathtaking cliffs of Magho viewpoint, which overlooks a wide expanse of county Fermanagh and Lower Lough Erne, the Navar Forest park is a great place to spend a day (especially a sunny day).
In the interest of full disclosure, this forest park, as with many others in Northern Ireland, is a managed forest, and is regularly logged, so sections of it aren’t particularly pretty. However, the parts of it that are left untouched are quite beautiful.
More information on the forest park can be found at:
Information about the Lough Navar forest walk can be found at: