In case of emergency, please call 999 or 112 for emergency services.
Can I get a bus to the Burren National Park?
Yes, a free shuttle bus service operates from the Information Point in Corofin during the Summer season. The Burren National Park is not serviced by public bus.
Are dogs allowed in the park?
Dogs are allowed in the park only if they are restrained on a lead and owners pick up after them.
How do I get to the Burren National Park by car?
The best way to reach the park in season is by our free shuttle. But if you’re driving, the Burren National Park is situated on the southeastern side of the Burren, in north Co. Clare. To access the park, from Corofin, take the R476 to Kilnaboy. In Kilnaboy, take the right turn (L1112) before the ruined church. Approximately 5 kilometres along this road you will reach a crossroads. There is a lay-by just before this crossroads on the right. Please park in the lay-by to avoid damage to the vegetation. A map of the walking trails can be found inside the pedestrian gate beside the lay-by.
Is there an information point for Burren National Park?
Yes, but the Information Point is not located in the park; you will find it in the local village of Corofin.
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