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Brantry Lough

Dungannon, Co Tyrone
Brantry Lough

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Brantry Lough is a great spot for outdoor recreation.

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The lough covers an area of around 24 hectares or 60 acres.The woodland plays host to a wide variety of wildlife. Keep an eye out for evidence of foxes, badgers and bats. Look up to the skies for a variety of birdlife such as Buzzards, Great tits, Blue tits and chaffinch. Down by the Lake you may see dragon flies, damsel fries and swans.

1.8 miles

Gravel path with steep sections

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Brantry Lough is a great spot for outdoor recreation. The waters provide high class brown trout fishing with takeable trout stocked throughout the season.

Picnic tables & low level play, across the road at Brantry Lodge Brantry Lodge is available for community use, booking essential. On-site parking available.

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