Accessibility at Lower Lough Erne Islands

Summary accessibility statement

How to get here

By bike

This reserve is on Route 95 of the National Cycle Network.

By road

Castle Caldwell forest can be accessed from the A47 Kesh to Belleek road - 5 miles (8 km) east of Belleek, a wooden sign and stone archway indicate the entrance. Castle Archdale (for seasonal White Island North ferry) is also on the A47 and is 11 miles from Enniskillen.

Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions.

Other ways to get there

There is a public jetty for boats at Castle Caldwell and at Castle Archdale. Access to Lusty More by private boat only. Access to White North Island by private boat or ferry service from Castle Archdale (runs seasonally in summer months).

Access to facilities

Nature trails access
  • Three clearly waymarked circular trails. Little seating.
  • Two trails (up to 4 km), suitable for wheelchairs with help and for robust pushchairs.
Picnic area

No picnic areas adapted for wheelchair users.

Dogs
  • Registered assistance dogs and other dogs on leads welcome at all times.
  • Dogs are only allowed on public footpaths and bridleways