The nature trail is a tranquil walk which meanders by Ballinanty Brook through beautiful unspoilt countryside and a wild-life nature reserve. It leads to the Dragonfly Walk which is a raised wooden walkway winding through native woodlands and wetlands reaching three peaceful ponds with raised viewing platforms. It is an unspoilt area which supports an abundance and diverse range of wild-life including wild deer, moorhens, frogs and dragonflies.
More than one hundred different species of trees have been planted. Some notable specimens include the Handkerchief Tree (Davidia Involucraia), Weeping Silver Lime (Tilia Tomentosa), Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia Glytostroboides), Oak plantations and many species of Maple. The aim is to create an arboretum for future generations. Butterfly viewing points are scattered over the farm where many different types of butterflies have been spotted including the Silver-Washed Fritillary.