400-year-old Kilminorth is teeming with wildlife, making it a must-see for naturalists. Spring is noted as the best season to visit with blossom, wild cherries, primroses and bluebells adorning the woodland.
Herons, Canada geese, sparrowhawks, woodpeckers and peregrines are among the birdlife that has made Kilminorth their home. Eagle-eyed visitors may also be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a roe deer or a kingfisher.
Walkers can begin at Millpool car park and walk west along a riverside path until they reach Kilminorth Woods where there are several signposted routes to choose from.
You have to visit Kilminorth Woods on a trip to Cornwall…
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