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Loughgall Country Park

Co Armagh
Loughgall Country Park

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Follow the red triangles where the Bridle Trail cuts through the golf course and cross the 6th tee by the old Lime Kiln and enter the shade of the trees alongside the wall of the Drumilly Road. Remember the trail is used by horse riders, so be prepared to pull over and stop. Pedal back into mature woodland and follow the red triangles right through the trees and join up with the Orchard Walk using blue squares. This takes you around the Old Cope Estate through forests and meadows. It's quite hilly but the views from above overlooking Armagh's orchards are just magnificent. Descend again, crossing the estate's towering lime tree avenue to the picnic area and car park beyond.

Public roads: Off Public Road

Getting to the start: Loughgall Country Park is located on the B77 Armagh to Portadown Rd.

Traffic: Traffic-free paths on mixed surfaces

Start Point:
H911519

Finish Point:
H911519

Distance:
5 miles

Terrain:
Mixed Surface Paths

Point of interest:
Play area and junior adventure trail

Facilities:
Reception area, car park, toilets, changing rooms, showers, trim trail, junior adventure trail, golf course, coarse fishing lake

Publication:
Country Park Brochure

Publication availability:
Available from www.loughgallcountrypark.co.uk

Nearest town:
Armagh, Portadown

OS map:
19

Accessible toilet facilities:
Yes

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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