Caledon Forest

This forest comprises small woodland blocks separated by minor public roads.

Tree disease

There is currently an outbreak of the Japanese larch tree disease (P. ramorum) in Brantry Wood.

Visitors should follow all health and safety advice on signage and observe biosecurity measures to help prevent spreading tree disease.

  • Preventing the spread of tree disease


There are no facilities for recreational activities provided. The public are welcome to visit this forest on foot.

To arrange a special event or activity in this forest, such as sporting events or educational visits, contact the recreation manager at Enniskillen Forest Office.

There may be restrictions on access to parts of the forest from time to time due to forest operations. Pay attention to safety signage.

About this forest

The woodland blocks are commonly known as: Scroggys, Greceans, Cumber Glen, Yello Horn Hill, Derryhaig, Dunmacmay Curlagh, Dromore, Ballagh, Derrycourtney, Knockginney and Kilgowney.

Caledon Forest is a collective name for a number of Drumlin forests in south Tyrone.

How to get there

The blocks are mainly situated close to the A28 Caledon to Aughnacloy Road.

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