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Information on visitors to Forest Service sites in Northern Ireland is provided by the Forest Service and relates only to sites where an admission charge is made.
In Northern Ireland in 2018-19, 532 thousand people visited those Forest Service sites where an admission charge was made (Table 6.7). This represented a 5% increase from the previous year, but remained lower than the peak in 2016-17.
|Year||Visitors to Forest Service sites|
Source: Forest Service
1. Number of people visiting sites where an admission charge was made, excluding campers.
These figures are outside the scope of National Statistics. For further information see the Source chapter.
Sources chapter: Social
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