Corrog Wood

Corrog Wood

The new wood was formerly an area of grazing fields set upon a drumlin in the rolling hills landscape typical of the Ards Peninsula, with gentle slopes down to the nearby lough and farmland. From the top of the wood you can see down to Strangford Lough and across the Portaferry House lands.

Visitors to Corrog Wood will be greeted by a curious wooden sculpture of a Dryad. The sculpture has been affectionately and locally named the ‘Frump in the Stump’. A dryad is a tree nymph in Greek mythology. The Dryad keeps a watchful, protective eye on the new wood standing at the entrance and she attracts the interest of all those passing up.



Opening Hours

Open all year round.



No charge


No charge

Getting There

One mile north of Portaferry, off the A20 Deer Park Road.

Walk Trails

Circular, 1 miles

Corrog Wood. Short walk through a recently planted deciduous woodland..


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