Grogey Forest is an upland, mostly coniferous forest that lies between Lisnaskea, Brookeborough and Roslea
There are no waymarked trails in this forest. Walkers may use the forest roads for leisurely walking.
There may be restrictions on access to parts of the forest sometimes due to forest operations so pay attention to safety signage.
About this forest
This 300 hectare forest forms part of a larger connected mass of forests that includes Carnmore, Jenkin, Knocks, Doon, Tully, Mullaghfad, Crocknagrally and Fardross forests which cover 8,000 hectares lying into the Slieve Beagh plateau.
How to get there
Access to this forest is via the Grogey Road which is off Cooneen Road, about three miles from Fivemiletown.