This 1,060 hectare forest is part of the West Fermanagh Upland group of forests, stretching from Lough MacNean to the shores of Lough Erne below the Magho cliffs in Lough Navar.
The Ulster Way passes through this forest and connects with a network of forest roads which walkers can use.
There may be restrictions on access to parts of the forest from time to time due to forest operations so pay attention to safety signage.
About this forest
Along with Carrigan, Big Dog, Ballintempo and Lough Navar forests this forest covers an area of over 8,500 hectares - the largest continuous forest in Northern Ireland. This is mostly a coniferous forest with large open bogland tracts and wooded gullies.
This forest is included in the UNESCO Marble Arch Global Geopark.
The Correll Glen Nature Reserve lies to the north-western edge of this forest. A waymarked trail takes visitors to this important example of a remnant upland oakwood. Next to it, along the Glenasheever Road, is a native woodland restoration site.
Organised motor rallying events are allowed in these forests if clubs meet the licensing rules.
How to get there
For Correll Glen follow the Forest Drive signs from the main A46 Enniskillen to Belleek Lough Shore road or from the B52 Garrison to Belleek Road. Entrance is across the road from Lough Navar entrance car park.