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Crawfordsburn Country Park, Meadow Walk

Co Down
Crawfordsburn Country Park, Meadow Walk

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A gentle walk taking in the Wildflower Meadow, areas of mature woodland, and a coastal stretch. The Wildflower Meadow and 21 acres are a blaze with colour in the summer months when the orchids and wildflowers are in bloom.

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Leave the Visitors' Centre at Crawfordsburn Country Park, and follow the waymarked trail south. It continues through the Glen, Wildflower Meadow, 21 Acres, and along the coastal path to return to the centre.

2 miles

Off road paths

Point of interest:
Mature woodland, wildflower meadow, orchids

The Woodlands Café is situated at the visitors centre in the country park and is open everyday 10:00-4:30. The café serves hot and cold snacks, lunches and specialty teas and coffees. Car parking, picnic tables and toilets are also available on site.


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OS map:
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For more information contact the Visitor Centre on 028 9185 3621


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  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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