While all are welcome to visit the park and find their own relationship with the land, we ask that certain types of use be approved before hand and may have donation requests for some non-personal types of use.
Visitors to the Park are welcome to take photographs and video for their own enjoyment and use. No imagery or video may be used for distribution beyond the recording individual, commercial purposes, or publicity without the express written permission of Columcille Megalith Park. Please click HERE for more information.
Columcille Megalith Park offers truly unique spaces to celebrate and solemnize major life events. We offer our Park to our community to celebrate their most important moments. We love to see couples start their joined lives together here. If you feel that Columcille offers the perfect site for your special event, please contact us HERE for more information and to make a reservation.
Many of our visitors over the years have been inspired to create personal ceremonial activities taking place at the Park. We ask if our visitors' planned ceremonies will involve more than just the visitor and a couple of others, or if they are involved enough to disrupt the experience of other visitors, that you get permission from Columcille beforehand. Click HERE to learn more.
Columcille Megalith Park offers amazing versatility for planning retreat activities. While we don't offer bed or board, our next door neighbor Kirkridge Retreat and Study Center does offer options for private retreat accommodations.
If you are looking for a unique space to hold an organization's event, training, team building, etc., Columcille Megalith Park may be that space. With nearly 20 acres of land, a pavillion, trails, and much more, Columcille offers options to make your next event truly memorable. Click HERE for more information.
Casa Colum is the of the house at the Park. Bill Cohea bought the house and named it the House of the Dove, or Casa Colum in Irish. It was created as a sanctuary at the side of the road for tired sinners and reluctant saints. When public health conditions permit, it may be used for indoor meeting space, complete with a kitchen. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about reserving the space for your organization's use.