Planted in 1997, this forest consists of c. 14.6 acres of Norway spruce and a separate block of c. 8.3 acres of Sitka spruce.
Part of the Sitka spruce block c. 13.1 acres, has been damaged by repeated flooding. This can be seen on the below map.
Access is via a lane which is marked in blue on the map. The plantation is approx. 1 km off a third class road.
The forest is located near the village of Churchtown. Churchtown is a beautiful stone village located in the countryside North County Cork just off the N20 between Buttevant and Charleville. Churchtowns amenities consist of a primary school, church, restaurant, shop and GAA facilities. The close by Towns of Charleville and Buttevant have a larger range of amenities also.
In Churchtown Village, at thehorse statue turn right in the centre of the Village. Travel for 2.4 km. The property is just at the bridge on the left hand side.