On stunning beautiful Strangford Lough, amidst rolling countryside, Delamont offers you the chance to get away from it all in tranquil, rural surroundings. The parks relaxing atmosphere makes it a place to dream and settle into the slow rhythm of the countryside Marvel at the wonder of the Strangford Stone, a 10 metres high megalith, erected using - Delamont Country Park
Ervey Wood Country Park extends for over 1km on the northern side of the flanks and floor of the Burntollet Glen, with the Burntollet River running adjacent to its southern boundary. It includes two woodlands, Ervey wood and Tamnymore wood separated by the Crunkin burn. It covers an area of 20 hectares ( 50 acres) dominated by oak with a smatterin - Ervey Wood
Carnfunnock Country Park is packed full of exciting and unusual attractions to see and do, with over 473 acres of mixed woodland, colourful gardens, ponds, walking trails, beaches and coastline, not forgetting its spectacular panoramic views of the Antrim Coast and North Channel. The Park was originally part of the estate of Sir Thomas and Lady Dix - Carnfunnock Country Park
Crawfordsburn Country Park is situated on the southern shores of Belfast Lough. It is full of variety, featuring 3.5.km of coastline, often rugged and rocky, the two best beaches in the Belfast area, a deep wooded glen with an impressive waterfall at its head, a pond and wildflower meadows with excellent views over the Lough.
The Park also incl - Crawfordsburn Country Park
Attractions include exhibitions, nature trails, audio-visual show. In addition there is a summer programme of walks, talks and special events for younger visitors. Access for visitors with disabilities in the Visitor Centre.
Situated near Letterfrack, the Park covers some 2,000 hectares (4942 acres) of scenic countryside, rich in wildlife o - Connemara National Park
Stephenstown Pond encompasses a five-acre site consisting of woodlands, lakeside walk and carp fishing decks. The pond is fully accessible for persons with disabilities and is wheelchair friendly. The beautifully restored 19th century cottage was the home of Agnes Burns (sister of the Scottish bard Robbie Burns) and it explores the life and works o - Stephenstown Pond Nature Park Burns Cottage
Interesting Georgian house , birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891) set in 500 acres of magnificent forest parkland. Lots to do from visiting the house, enjoy a snack in The Kitchen Cafe, signposted walks, picnic tables, childrens play area, and three orienteering courses.
Date for your diary - Saturday 6th July at 7.00p - Avondale House and Forest Park - The Charles Stewart Parnell Museum
Scrabo Tower, one of Northerns best known landmarks, was built in 1857 as a memorial to the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry. Exhibition and audio-visual show.
Country Park offers walks through woodland and disused quarries. Disabled drivers: phone for access to summit of Scrabo Hill. Opening times
The park is open all year round at all times. - Scrabo Country Park