Things to see or do
- Opening Times: All year round.
- Flora: Main Tree Species: Beech, ash, oak and Norway spruce. Some original park trees from the 1870s survive and include a number of rare species such as the Chinese necklace poplar. Other Flora: A feature of this site is the beech wood with a carpet of bluebells during mid to late April.
- Fauna: Fauna: Fox, badger, stoat, red and grey squirrel and deer in the enclosure Many species of birds inhabit this wood including the pheasant, raven and long-eared owl and there are bats in the old church.
Jenkinstown ParkBallyragget Kilkenny - Ireland South
This Forest Park is associated with the Thomas Moore melody "The Last Rose of Summer". There is a deer park, developed walks of varying length as wellas an estate and farm buildings which add interest to the park.
ContactTelephone+353 (0)56 776 3995
Address: Jenkinstown Park, Dunmore, Co Kilkenny, Republic Of Ireland