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Castle Caldwell Forest park lies four miles from Belleek at the western end of Lower Lough Erne. Before entering the Castle grounds stop and look at the Fiddler’s Stone – an interesting warning to fiddlers of yesteryear. The walk around Castle Caldwell takes in manmade and natural wonders. The dark and overgrown ruins of thecastle (originally built in 1612); a stone kiln built in limestone rock and a half-moon limestone bench along the shoreline. Natural beauty is all around – part of the shoreline is a National Forest Nature Reserve. There are also fine views across rolling farmland, Lough Erne and the Magho Cliffs. This is a birdwatching paradise. Many of the offshore islands are designated bird sanctuaries and the RSPB monitors the area because birds, such as the Common Scooter, are regular visitors.