The glen consists of an area of mixed woodland with a wide variety of trees, plants and birds.
Angling is a popular activity and facilities are available for the disabled. A car park and picnic area have been built adjacent to the start of the riversidewalk which leads to the waterfalls and Cockle House.
7am - 9pm April to Sept
8am - 6pm Oct - Mar
Crumlin Glen is signed off to the left on the Nutt's Corner Road in Crumlin, just before the railway bridge as you head out of the town.
I visited the Glen today, and was surprised by the amount of rubbish. I've been volunteering for litter picking since 2012 and just want to say if there's any groups being organised at the moment, I would be happy to join them. I also have my own litter picker.
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Had a lovely day there yesterday 16th April 2015. Unfortunately the cockle house was locked and so were the toilets. this was at 1 pm. Dad originally from crumlin showing us around with visitors from Liverpool.
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