This hilly area on the outskirts of Wexford Town is characterised by its rocky outcrops which are surrounded by walking trails, trees, grass and wild plants such as the beautify gorse bush.
There is also a historical significance to Trespan Rock as it was used by Oliver Cromwell during his siege of the town in 1649.
Magnificent panoramic views can be enjoyed overlooking Wexford Harbour and beyond.
From Wexford Quays head south along the Quays on the R730, continuing straight down Trinity Street, onto South William St. You will arrive at a pedestrian crossing , green area on your left, pub and supermarket on your right. Just beyond the pedestrian crossing there is a small laneway on the right leading to St Mary’s GAA Club where parking is available.