The Ballycroy Visitors Centre, located in Ballycroy village, every summer organises events which cater for all ages and abilities. All special events, talks, and walks are free of charge.
Qualified teams, from 10am to 5.30 pm, are very pleased to introduce visitors to the wonderful world of Ballycroy National Park.
County Mayo has an incredible biodiversity ranging from the smallest insects and rarest Irish plants to some of the largest animals alive such as the basking shark and whales, many of them within Ballycroy National Park.
This beautiful corner of Mayo commands breathtaking views on Achill Island, Nephin Beg Mountain Range, the Owenduff Bog and the Atlantic Ocean.
A visit to Ballycroy National Park is a must for all enthusiasts for walking and photograpy.
Visitor Centre Opening Hours: 10.00 am - 5.30 pm, Admission Free
The trails within the National Park, Claggan Mountain Boardwalk and the Visitor Centre are still accessible over the winter months.
For the months of July and August daily guided walks of Tóchar Daithí Bán Nature Trail will take place from 2.30 to 3.30.
Plover Club for Kids will take place every Tuesday and Thursday starting from Tuesday 11th July at 11.30-13.00 pm with “Scavenger & Decomposers.