There really is nothing like getting back to nature and exploring the great outdoors at the Killarney National Park in County Kerry. This is a vast area of mountains which are more than 1000 metres high in places. There are also woodland areas, lakes, woods and breathtaking waterfalls which are stunning.
The park covers a total of 26,000 acres and has walks that range from easy strolls to more challenging routes for keen walkers and climbers. The main part of the park is the Muckross House and Gardens which is a 19th century mansion that retains all of the charm of the period. Killarney House and Gardens and Knockreer House are the places to visit if you want to learn more about the Killarney National Park, its wildlife and more.
The native red deer which inhabit the park are wonderful to spot as you enjoy the scenery, so make sure you keep an eye out for them. You can find out more about this species from the education centre as well as other plants and wildlife.
If you plan on visiting Killarney National Park make sure that you check the opening times as they will change during different times of the year. You should also make sure that you are wearing the appropriate clothing as the weather can be very changeable. Coach parties are more than welcome in the park as there is ample parking. Children and adults alike love the Killarney National Park as it is an amazing place to visit, especially during the summer months.
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