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Bann Boulevard

The Boulevard is a linear walk along the River Bann which joins up with the Ulster Way on the south side of Portadown.  Approximately three miles in length, take the walk, cycle or jog along the Bann to Knock Bridge, visitors will pass a number of attractions such as Point of Whitecoat, where River Bann, River Cusher and Newry Canal all meet and Moneypenny’s Lockhouse which is the first lock on the Newry Canal and home to a small museum and exhibition in the stables and bothy.  Also look out for wildlife along the river banks such as grey heron, mute swans and kingfishers; this is a popular site for angling.

Bann

Open access all year round

Where are the nearest toilets?

Toilets and refreshments are available in Portadown Town Centre, Meadows Shopping Centre and The Ground Espress0 Bar, The Pumphouse, Portadown.

Where can I park?

The starting point is the car park near to Portadown Boat Club, behind the Meadows Shopping Centre, off Meadow Lane.

Where is the nearest café

Toilets and refreshments are available in Portadown Town Centre, Meadows Shopping Centre and The Ground Espress0 Bar, The Pumphouse, Portadown.

Dog Policy

Dogs should be under close control at all times. Please clean up after your dog.

If you have any queries about visiting Bann Boulevard, then please don’t hesitate to contact us by one of the methods below:

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