Achnaha woodland and beach is just over a mile and a half west from Lochaline on the road to Drimnin. The woodland covers some 8ha and has been managed by Morvern Community Woodlands since 2004 and owned since 2015. The broadleaf woodland is primarily coppiced sycamore with birch, rowan, hazel, elm, oak, elder, hawthorn and ash. There is a rich ground flora of wood anemone, lesser celandine, dogs mercury and an abundance of bluebell which are particularly stunning in spring.
The woodlands are used for a variety of community events throughout the year and there are picnic facilities and benches and a small composting loo with a view by the coast.
There is ample car parking and a well marked circular footpath around the woodlands with access to the coast via a style.