Covid 19 further update
Further big decisions have been made by our government and were announced yesterday by our Taoiseach. It means more restrictions and an extension to the date of closure for our attractions, campsite and visitor Centre to April 19th 2020.
Again, we are hoping that these further restrictions will help stop the spread of the virus.
Nevertheless, we were heartened to hear that our beautiful park and trails could remain open to the public, so you can continue to enjoy your walk in the fresh air and stunning woodland surrounds.
However, this will only be permitted to continue, if we are all sensible and practice the correct ‘Physical Distancing’ of at least 2mtrs apart.
Our car park barrier will remain open and we have 400 parking spaces so we are encouraging you to please avail of all the car park bays available to you and park away from each other. Start the ‘Social Distancing’ from your car.
Again, we will keep you updated with news from us and we cannot wait to welcome you all back to us again.
Sending positive vibes to you all from us MIND YOURSELVES, LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER, and STAY SAFE and practice PHYSCAL DISTANCING
The Park and Estate
The 350-hectare Lough Key estate is open all year round for the public to explore.
Visitor Centre and Attractions 2020
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Boda Borg is 2 hours before closing
Lough Key Experience is 1 hour before closing
Adventure Play Kingdom is 1 hour before closing
Last serving at the Lakeside Cafe is 30 minutes before closing
The Boda Borg Adventure House will be open all year round for pre-booked groups.
Note: The Lough Key Experience and Adventure Play Kingdom will close due to extreme weather conditions or hours beyond dusk.