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Dungannon Park - The Park Trail

Co Tyrone
Dungannon Park - The Park Trail

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The Park Trail is set amongst the beautiful backdrop of Dungannon Park - a 70 acre oasis.

The walk's interesting paths surround the grounds mature woodland, brightly coloured flowerbeds and the magnificent 13 acre freshwater lake.

High ground offers the walker splendid viewpoints of surrounding townland and countryside with views of Lough Neagh on a clear day.

The trail is open all year round - opening hours apply.

Start Point:
H805612

Finish Point:
H805612

Route:
The walk starts from the car park at Dungannon Park from there follow the path leading down to the lake passing the fishing lodge as you go, (wooden hut). Go left, continue along this path the entire way around the lake passing over a bridge; continue to follow the path along the lakeside. Descend the gradient at the bottom of the lake and pass by the dam over a newly built wooden bridge. Where there is a fork in the road, follow the path to the left taking a right approximately 200 yards along the path. Meander up a gradient hill and admire the view once you have reached the top. This hill is known as Nunnery Hill. Continue along the fence through the gravel area and descend the hill on the other side. At the bottom of the hill go straight ahead following a tarmac path alongside open grassland area and the Park's football pitches. This will bring you back to the car park.

Distance:
1.2 miles

Terrain:
Level surfaced paths, some grave

Point of interest:
The Park Lake, Nunnery Hill (views), Old Strone Dam & Waterfall

Facilities:
Confectionery and hot/cold drinks are available from the vending machines in the amenity building 50 yards from the start and end of the walk. Toilet facilities including a disabled toilet can also be accessed in the amenity building . Car-parking and disabled carparking is available in the grounds of Dungannon Park.

Publication:
None

Nearest town:
Dungannon Town

OS map:
19

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Accessible terrain:
Level surfaced paths for 3/4 mile approximately, leading to gravel path 1/4 mile approximately with a gentle gradient coming back on to a level tarmac path for remainder of the walk

Accessible signage:
Walk not currently signed

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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