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River Blackwater Canoe Trail

Benburb, Co. Armagh
River Blackwater Canoe Trail

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Enjoy an amazing canoe trail on the beautiful River Blackwater. The river meanders and mosies through the stunning countryside of Co. Armagh and Tyrone, snaking lazily into Lough Neagh. And once you arrive there – and catch site of the magical Coney Island – the waterways are your oyster.

Keep a look out too – the river is a haven for all kinds of wildlife including kingfishers, otters, herons and maybe even a barn owl.

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Directions from Town:
Directions from Dungannon: Take the A45/Ballygawley Road south from Dungannon leading to the B45/Eglish Road. Turn right at the T junction onto the A4/Woodlough Road and then take the first exit off the roundabout leading on to the B45/Eglish Road heading for Benburb. Take a slight left at the B130/Derryfubble Road and follow this to Benburb. At the end of the road there is a T junction, turn left on to the B128/Main Street and then right on to the Maydown Road. The access point is located along this road. Brown road signage is displayed from the nearest town along the A29 road.

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