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Delamont Country Park

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Delamont Country Park

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There are 5 way-marked walks: Mullagh Walk 1.0km; Garden Walk 1.2km; Strangford Walk 2.0km; Corbally Walk 4.0km; Longwalk 7.0km. All walks are wheelchair accessible and two mobility rambler scooters are available for use in the park. Car park charge at weekends and daily during the Summer Season.

Start Point:
J510505

Finish Point:
J510505

Route:
The walks are all inter linked and can be easily added to or shortened. All routes start and finish from the main car park. These walks are also suitable for people with limited mobility, please see Disabled Ramblers NI link below.

Distance:
3 miles

Terrain:
Flat, Drumlin

Point of interest:
Strangford Stone, views of Strangford Lough and beyond

Facilities:
Miniature railway, small gift shop and visitor centre, education programme, barbeque area. Refreshments available weekends April to Oct and daily during the summer season. Touring Camping & Caravanning site, an ideal base to discover the many walks Down District has to offer. Open 365 days of year from 9.00am to dusk.

Publication:
Delamont Country Park Leaflet

Publication availability:
On site at Delamont Country Park 028 4482 8333 or can be downloaded on this page.

Nearest town:
Downpatrick or Killyleagh

OS map:
Sheet 21

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Accessible terrain:
Yes. Mobility rambler scooters available for use during your visit (Booking advisable)

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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