Estimated time: 30 minutes
To find the walkway, go through the black gates and go left around the farm buildings. For your convenience different sections of the walkway have been sign posted.
At the beginning of the walkway, or in the shed next to the Visitors' information centre, you will find the oldies/special group. These donkeys are kept near the farm, as they need special care and attention.
At the right hand side of the fence you will find younger very friendly donkeys that enjoy the attention they receive from our many visitors.
With the aid of a grant from Ballyhoura Development in 1999, our walkway was extended to the end of the Sheehan's Walk. Once again, in 2003, Ballyhoura Development were able to help us with another grant enabling us to make a further extension to our walk, now called Rock Walk.
Whilst on the walkway there are vantage points from which to see the donkeys, historical sites and village/countryside of Liscarroll. The castle, the third largest of Ireland's 13th Century castles, is best seen from the end of the Rock Walkway.
Evidence of a Ring Fort still remains today. To help identify it, we have painted the rocks white. These can be seen on the left hand side at the Scenic View.
As you continue down along the Rock Walk some of our stallions can be seen on the right hand side.
At the end of the walk we have mules and jennets with our donkeys.