Dungannon Park is a seventy acre oasis centred round an idyllic stream fed lake. The magnificent scenery invites the spending of your leisure time, whether you’re a resident of South Tyrone, or a visitor from anywhere in the world. The Park Lake fly fishery is a 12-acre stream fed lake, home to a range of aquatic insects and fly life and stocked regularly with rainbow trout. For those keen to learn how to fly fish, angling instruction and boats are available by booking and all equipment is supplied. A wheelie boat onsite caters for wheelchair and disabled anglers. Other facilities onsite include a fully serviced touring caravan park with hard standing pitches and ample space supplied for tents, a network of interesting pathway walks, tennis courts, children's play area and barbeque site, treasure and orienteering trails and a modern visitor amenity catering for an extensive range of needs. Disabled toilets and parking avaliable.
Dungannon Park is open all year round for day visitors
Getting to the start by car
Directions from Town:Dungannon Park is well signposted and accessible. From junction 15 on the M1 take the A29 in direction of Dungannon. Continue straight ahead until the second set of traffic lights. At this, turn left (signposted Dungannon Park).