Peatlands Park

Peatlands Park is an ideal place for quiet recreation.  A network of way-marked paths crosses the woods and open bogs.  The narrow-gauge railway associated with the original turbary (turf cutting) has been reconstructed and train rides are available for visitors in the summer.  Bogs are the last home of unusual and interesting plant and insect species.  The peat here has been forming for about 10,000 years.  Walk along the boardwalk of the bog garden and see for yourself interesting bog plants and animals.  The park is rich in insects, particularly butterflies, moths, dragonflies and damselflies.  As well as peatlands, the Park contains considerable areas of semi-natural deciduous woodland.  Annagrarriff Wood is long standing and contains plants and animals that have disappeared with the clearance of ancient woodland elsewhere. Much of the Park has been protected as: National Nature Reserves, Areas of Special Scientific Interest and Special Areas of Conservation, because of the rare habitats and wildlife found here.

Opening times

The site is accessible to pedestrians all year round

Free Car Park and Toilets open:

1 Nov to 28 Feb 9:00am - 4:30pm
(excludes Christmas Day 25 Dec)

1 Mar to 31 Mar - 9:00am - 7:00pm
1 Apr to 30 Apr - 9:00am - 8:00pm
1 May to 31 Aug - 9:00am - 9:00pm
1 Sep to 30 Sep - 9:00am - 8:00pm
1 Oct to 31 Oct - 9:00am - 7:00pm

(please see Facilities section for
further information on the car park)


Getting to the start by car

Directions from Town:Peatlands Park is located around 8 miles east of Dungannon and is sign posted from exit 13 off the M1 Motorway

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Peatlands Park Railway is not operating at the moment. Please check back for further updates.



Attractions in Co Tyrone