9.20 ha (22.73 acres)

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Enclosed behind a stone dyke Rounall wood is a pleasing mixture of its former uses, from quarrying in the late 1800s to early 1920s when it was then converted into a Pleasure garden and shrubs planted, remnants of the winding paths and features are still visible today. The quarry area and adjacent pond provides homes for many ferns, mosses, insects and ground flora. There is a 1.5 mile circular walk around the wood where you will pass through a variety of mainly broadleaved trees.