Gleninchaquin Park, Kenmare

Sunday’s are better spent in the countryside! After driving out to Kenmare and stopping for afternoon tea at the Kenmare Park Hotel it was still early, so we decided to drive further west to Gleninchaquin Park. I only came across it by chance while looking up Tripadvisor on things to do around Kenmare. The photos of the waterfall looked amazing, so the decision was made.

It’s about a 30min drive from Kenmare and well sign posted. We stopped several times on route to take an the beautiful scenery and take a few photos.

image-61image-64image-72image-73image-83
Admission to the park and parking was 10Euro since we got there quite late. An that was for the four of us.
image-89
There is a great 30 min walk across fields and you get close up to the waterfall. You can then head further up on a short walk and enjoy the beautiful view.
image-105image-108image-125image-129image-133image-136image-141

Once we were back at the visitor’s centre where we started, the kids got to feed two lambs which they loved. It really made their day! image-145image-147image-151Gleninchaquin is a great day trip from Cork if you want to head outside the city and enjoy Ireland’s truly beautiful nature.