Killarney National Park
Killarney National Park has over 25,000 acres of lake and mountain scenery. It is famous for its native natural habitats and species including Oakholly woods, Yew Woods and Red Deer. Killarney National Park is home to the most extensive areas of natural woodland remaining in Ireland. The Park can be accessed by walking or cycling. There is a network of surfaced tracks in the Muckross, Knockreer and Ross Ireland which are ideal for both cyclists and walkers.
Bicycles can be easily rented around the Killarney area. There are walks of all levels of difficulty available all around the park, ranging from leisurely strolls to hikes for the more experienced walkers. The park is also home to the three world famous Lakes of Killarney. It consists of three lakes – Lough Léin, Muckross Lake (Middle Lake) and Upper Lake. Boat trips are available throughout the three lakes.