Corsehillmuir Wood

Corsehillmuir Wood is a natural woodland in the pastoral countryside beside Kilwinning. The canopy of mature birch, ash and willow shelters a mossy and ferny ground flora, and woodland birds thrive here.

Why visit?

Highlights include:

  • Woodland experience
  • Birdsong

Best time to visit?

  • All year round for woodland
  • Spring for birds

Visit for:

  • birdwatching
  • woodlands

Other information

A path leads around the reserve and it is within walking or cycling distance of Eglinton Country Park.

Corsehillmuir Wood is one of the Irvine Greenspaces.


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How to get there


Take the B785 east from Kilwinning town centre. On the edge of the town, take the minor road off left to Bannoch. The reserve is 150m down this road, on the right. Roadside parking is available.

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Getting onto the reserve

Enter through the metal kissing gate next to the wooden sign. A footpath takes you round the woodland.

Access restrictions

Some path sections are unsurfaced and can get very muddy, particularly in winter and during times of high rainfall. Please prevent dogs from hunting wildilfe at all times of year, but especially in spring.

Nearest town
Kilwinning (1 mi / 1.6 km)
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Corsehillmuir Wood


One of the nine Irvine Greenspace reserves. These are within easy walking/cycling distance of where people live, giving them access to high quality green space close to home. The eight other Greenspaces are:


About Corsehillmuir Wood

Out & about

Nearby reserves
Garnock Floods
Sourlie Wood
Lawthorn Wood

Local group

Links & downloads

Area leaflet


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