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Nature Reserve, free entry

Burfa Bog

Burfa Bog

Burfa Bog

Details

Dominating the eastern side of the Burfa Bog reserve is a motte and bailey castle dating from around the early twelfth century. The large mound (`tump') is kept clear of vegetation.

There's a circular boardwalk to help you enjoy your visit but we'd still recommend wellies. Cattle graze between May - Oct and no dogs are allowed on this reserve.

Open all the time

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Free entry

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Map reference: SO 275613  Lat: 52.24554 Long: -3.06256

By Road:
Situated next to the minor road running south-east from Evenjobb to Ditchyeld Bridge on the B4362 north of Walton.

From Evenjobb the reserve entrance is on the right 150 metres beyond the turning to Burfa and Barland on the left. Please park by the gate, clear of the bend in the road. The entrance is marked by a reserve sign. Boardwalks allow access through most of the wetter areas of the site. Wellingtons are advisable most of the year.

NGR: SO 275 613

Parking: free

Facilities

There's a circular boardwalk to help you enjoy your visit but we'd still recommend wellies. Cattle graze between May - Oct and no dogs are allowed on this reserve.