Official Opening of the Boyne to Lakelands Greenway between Nobber and Kilmainhamwood
Meath County Council is delighted to announce the official opening of the next section of the Boyne
Valley to Lakelands Greenway between Nobber and Kilmainhamwood! This opening provides a
seamless 8.7km walking and cycle path commencing in Castletown and finishing just north of Kilmainhamwood.
Above picture: Cathaoirleach Cllr. Tommy Reilly pictured with Meath County Council Chief Executive
Fiona Lawless, Executive Engineer Matthew Rafferty, Senior Executive Engineer David O’Reilly and
Tourism Development Officer Michele Whelan.
Together with the previously opened section from Navan to Wilkinstown (7.7kms), this opening
marks a milestone in Meath County Council’s work to develop what will be 30kms of walking and
cycle routes between Navan and Kingscourt passing on or close to six villages and connecting the
towns of Navan and Kingscourt.
As part of the announcement, Meath County Council has released the map of Boyne Valley to
Lakelands Greenway, which clearly illustrates the main sections that are open to the public to use
immediately, in addition to providing a guide to parking and the distances between each section
enabling users to plan their visit.
It is anticipated that this new Greenway will attract many visitors to County Meath to experience
Ireland’s newest Greenway and what will be a walker’s paradise with pedestrian pathways
connecting the six villages, encouraging economic activity and an opportunity for visitors to interact
with the local people.