Maps and trails

Lough Boora Discovery Park is a haven for nature and a prime location for outdoor enthusiasts to explore our trails, angling lakes, bird hides and sculptures. Our vast network of off-road walkways and cycle paths allow visitors to spend as much time as they wish exploring the park, as walks can range from 20 minutes to four hours.

Please note that at present, there is a one-way walking system inside the park due to Covid-19 health protection measures. This system supersedes the maps below.

Click the map to download the one-way system map.


Download our route maps and prepare for your next visit!


Sculpture Park Route: 3.3km

Explore this short walking route at your leisure.

PDF of Sculpture Park Route map (PDF 1.25MB).

Mesolithic Route: 9.3km

Uncover the history of Lough Boora as you explore the Mesolithic Site by foot or bicycle.

PDF of Mesolithic Route map (PDF 1.25MB).

Fairy Route: 1.5km

Discover fairy avenue – the home to 14 fairies, each of whom brings something special to the park.

PDF of Fairy Route map (PDF 0.4MB)

Finnamore Lakes Route: 11.7km

The Finnamore Lakes Route can be accessed on foot only and consists of Finnamores Upper and Lower, where avid anglers can try their luck at these coarse fisheries.

PDF of Finnamore Lakes Route map (PDF 1.25MB).

Turraun Route: 15.8km

Turraun has been out of peat production longer than any of the other park’s sites and is the most diverse in terms of both habitats and the number of species present.

PDF of Turraun Route map (PDF 1.2MB).


Enjoy all that Lough Boora Discovery Park has to offer.

Prepare for your trip to Lough Boora: