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Lurgan Park

Northern Ireland’s largest and most beautiful urban park, Lurgan Park is the second biggest Park in Ireland, the biggest being Phoenix Park in Dublin.  Located around an expansive man made lake, it has 5 km of pathways through mature woodland and open grassland.  The Park was once part of the Brownlow estate and is still overlooked by Brownlow Castle today.

The Park recently went through a major refurbishment project supported by Heritage Lotttery Fund to a total of £1.4 million. The Park is over 250 acres in size and boosts many paths for walking, a super play area and large green spaces. The Park can be found tucked in behind the market town of Lurgan and can be described as a ‘hidden gem’. The Park lake has been stocked with Roach, Breem and Tench and there are 20 newly constructed fishing stands allowing the visiting angler excellent access to this beautiful resource.

As well as a pleasant place to walk, Lurgan Park has much to offer the visitor, a super play park, including water feature, tennis courts, bowling green, cricket wicket and football pitches.   Mobility scooters can be borrowed free of charge (pre booking is essential) for those less able to access the Park.  The lake offers an excellent setting for a spot of course angling or you can see the Park from a different view by hiring a rowing boat at weekends during the summer months.

The majestic Coalbrookdale Fountain takes pride of place at the top of the main avenue in the park and is always a focal point for young and old.  Made of cast iron this fountain is one of the remaining four of its type left in the world. The Park was one of the first Councils in Northern Ireland to gain the prestigious ‘Green Flag Award’, awarded to Parks providing a safe, secure setting that caters for the local community.

Green Flag Award

Green Flag Award 20/21
You can find out more about the Green Flag Award® at: http://www.greenflagaward.co.uk/

Lurgan Park

The tranquil, picturesque surroundings of Lurgan Park offers activities for the whole family, including:

Play Park
Bird Watching
Elizabethan Brownlow House
Dog Walking
Colebrookdale Fountain
Walking & Cycling
Junior parkrun
Lurgan Cricket Club
Lurgan Bowling Club
Lurgan Tennis Club

The opening times of the Park varies throughout the year due to sunset, please see times below:

  • From second Sunday in February 7am – 7pm
  • From second Sunday in March 7am – 8pm
  • From first Sunday in April 7am – 9pm
  • From third Sunday in April 7am – 10pm
  • From third Sunday in August 7am – 9pm
  • From second Sunday in September 7am – 8pm
  • From first Sunday in October 7am – 7pm
  • From fourth Sunday in October 7am – 6pm


Where can I park?

Free on-street parking at Windsor Avenue, Robert Street and just outside the town off the A3 between Lurgan and Dollingstown

Where is the nearest toilet?

Toilets are located off the main avenue at the Cush Pavilion.

Where is the nearest café?

There are no café facilities on site, but Lurgan Town centre hosts an abundance of restaurants and coffee shops within minutes of the Park.

Dog Policy

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

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

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