5.49 ha (13.57 acres)

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Corrog Wood lies in a particularly scenic part of County Down. Corrog means ‘the stoney ridge’ and this 5.7-hectare (14-acre) native woodland was planted in 2000 with sessile oak, ash, maple and birch. Look out for the pond and meadow near the entrance, and the well-established native hedge that provides valuable habitat for pollinators and birds. keep an eye out for buzzards and Irish hares as well as a sculpture of a tree spirit known locally as 'The Frump'.


  • Parking at site
  • Public access
  • Grassland
  • Broadleaved woodland


Corrog Wood Management Plan

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