This is a 200 hectare mixed broadleaved and coniferous lowland forest, that lies along the shore of Lough Erne close to Belleek.
There are waymarked walking trails leading away from the car park that take in the Rossinure promontory with its views over Lough Erne and the remains of Castle Caldwell. The castle is not currently accessible for safety reasons.
There is a jetty beside the car park which accommodates visitors cruising on Lough Erne.
To arrange a special event or activity in this forest, you should contact the recreation manager at Inishkeen House.
Such activities may include sporting events or educational visits.
Occasionally there may be restricted access to parts of the forest to facilitate forest operations. Please adhere to safety advice on signage.
About this forest
The main part of the forest is based on two promontories jutting out onto the lough. This is an important conservation forest with good ancient woodland indicators. Conifers and other non-native species will be gradually removed from Rossmore and Rossinure to revert to native woodland.
This forest which includes a number of small islands is a bird sanctuary and monitored under agreement with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
How to get there
The car park is accessible from the A47 Belleek to Kesh road four miles from Belleek.