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Delamont Country Park

90 Downpatrick Road, Killyleagh, County Down, BT30 7DE
Delamont Country Park

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Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough in an area of natural beauty, Delamont Country Park, Killyleagh offers peace, beauty and tranquility. The stunning views across Strangford Lough and a relaxing atmosphere make Delamont Country Park a place to enjoy that 'away from it all feeling'. Home of the Strangford Stone - the tallest megalith in Ireland.

Facilities onsite including the adventure playground, toilets and takeaway cafe have reopened.

Please adhere to the new signage in the park and social distancing at all times. Please do not travel to any of our sites if you have COVID-19 symptoms.

Visitors are reminded when visiting our forest and country parks to:

Plan ahead and prepare that our sites might be busy, please travel to another site that is less busy
No BBQ’s or fires
Dispose of waste responsibly or take it home
Park Responsibly
Visitors to our parks are reminded to adhere to social distancing guidelines and do not visit our parks if you are displaying signs of COVID-19.


Children & Infants

  • Suitable for Children

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

Guide Prices

Daily Parking Charge (pre-booking is not applicable)
•Car £4
•Motorcycles £2
•Minibus £15
•Coach £30

Annual Season Ticket (£25)
Annual season tickets provide free car parking from 1 April to 31 March inclusive each year and are issued subject to the terms and conditions below. Season tickets apply solely to cars parking at the Park.

Season tickets may be purchased via our website.

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Opening Times

* March & October 9am - 6pm
April & September 9am - 8pm
May to August 9am - 9pm
November to February* 9am - 5pm
*closed Christmas Day

Adventure Playground, miniature railway (weather dependent), take away cafe, toilets and trails have now reopened.

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