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Drum Manor Forest Park

Drum Road, Cookstown, Tyrone, BT80 8UN
A family walking through the forest.

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Drum Manor Forest Park is an attractive eighteenth-century demesne and is open to the public every day. Colourful in spring and autumn with a shrub, butterfly and Japanese garden, arboretum, ponds and mixed woodlands. Way-marked trails of varying length commence at the car park and form a circular route.  Self-guided trail with wheelchair access.  Outdoor activities include camping and touring, walking trails, gardens and a play park. There's also a large car park with toilets.

This site offers facilities for camping and touring enthusiasts. There are also a range of waymarked trails with scenic walks around the forest and wildfowl lake. These trails all start and finish at the large day visitor car park, which is a short walk from the camping and touring site. 

A medium-sized children’s play area (suitable for up to 14 years) is open daily beside the forest car park, where you'll also find the toilets.

For keen cyclists, Drum Manor Forest Park is within about 20 minutes travel time by car from Davagh Forest which has purpose-built mountain bike trails.

The old manor ruins are used for wedding photography.

There's a youth camp site available to organised youth groups. You must pre-book if you wish to use these facilities. Contact the Enniskillen Forest Office.

The forest park is open every day and entry charges apply.

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Guide Prices

Car £3,
Pedestrian £1,
Child £0.50.
Prices subject to change.

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Opening Times

* The forest is open every day of the year from 10am until sunset. Touring caravan park.

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Road Directions

Directions from Town:On A505, 4 miles west of Cookstown.

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