Derrylin and Naan Island Forest
Derrylin Forest is a small upland coniferous forest that lies at the foot of Doon Mountain
There are no waymarked trails in Derrylin forest but walkers may use the forest roads.
Naan island has a fixed jetty which is used as a stop off for people using the Erne-Shannon waterway.
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
Spruces and larches are the main species. Just off the shore line across from Knockninney Quay lies the Upper Lower Erne - Naan Island. The conifers were harvested from this island in 2003 and it is reestablishing with native broadleaves.
How to get there
This forest is located on the Mullynaherb Road, off the B108 Derrylin to Kinawley Road.