Randalstown Road, Antrim
The journey of Antrim Castle Gardens from local gem to national treasure is one of transformation achieved by a passionate team driven by ambition to put their place on the map. This spectacular transformation has firmly established the majestic Gardens as the jewel in the crown of the Council's offering.
Coast Road, Larne, Antrim
Whether it's adventure or escape you’re looking for there's something for everyone at Carnfunnock Country Park. Packed full of exciting attractions, the park offers over 191 hectares of mixed woodland, colourful gardens, walking trails and spectacular coastline, with panoramic views of the Antrim Coast and the Irish Sea to Scotland.
Castle Park Road, Bangor, Down
The stunning Castle Park which includes 'The Walled Garden' of Bangor Castle. A managed green space which promotes rewilding and biodiversity. Loved by residents and visitors of all ages. A tranquil oasis in Bangor by the sea.
Lake Road, Craigavon, Amagh
Our park is beautiful. A perfect balance of fun mixed with nature. We have mountain bike trails, walks, watersports and fishing, in a lakeside setting surrounded by woodlands. It is a tranquil escape from a busy life. The otters, kingfishers, herrons, bats and butterflies love it like we do.
Banbridge Road, Dromore, Down
The park is beautiful with well kept paths. The River Lagan runs through the whole park and you can find people kayaking or fishing and there's wonderful wildlife like heron and otters.
Bachelors Walk, Portadown, Amagh
An oasis of calm and activity. It is a park that offers the local area an open space with a modern children's play area, secret garden with ponds, woodland walk areas, tennis courts and a hockey pitch within it. Lovely sculptures made out of wood too.
Shore Road, Rostrevor, Newry, Down
It’s just an amazing park with trees of all around the world, and with the awesome S&B Café on top of the hill with such amazing view. Brings to me a lot of memories of deep friendship combined with pretty nature around like the fairy glen.
Windsor Avenue, Lurgan, Amagh
I have lived in Lurgan over 60 years and never get bored with Lurgan Park. Since retirement my daily walk is Lurgan Park. So much to see, colours change daily, trees, park lake, flowers - just marvellous.
Park Road, Portadown, Amagh
A park reimaged and revitalised to be inclusive for everyone in the Portadown area to use and enjoy. This magnificiant park includes a number of sports pitches, themed gardens, amphitheatre, pond area with two bridges and a state of the art play area along with an outdoor gym.
Coleraine Road, Portstewart, Derry
Our child is a full time wheelchair user and can use nearly all equipment in the park. It has great parking and toileting facilities.
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