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Scarva Park

Scarva Park is a Green Flag Award winning village park situated approximately halfway between Banbridge Town and Tandragee. Quaint Scarva Park is accessible to traffic and pedestrians from the main street with a close proximity to the school making the site an important educational tool.

Scarva Park provides a quiet retreat for walking and relaxing in a tranquil environment. With a pond full of inquisitive waterfowl, small wooded areas and open grasslands the park is a hive of activity for native biodiversity. Visitors can learn all about the local wildlife by following the walking paths and reading the interpretive panels filled with facts and information, there are even wooden animal sculptures along the way. The popular park is always busy as children use the play park and the football pitch is always lively with local teams and football enthusiasts.

Scarva Park

Play Park
Walks
Exploring the small wooded area and pond with its interpretive panels
Picnic areas and open grass areas for ball games
Pitch booking
Take a short walk and explore the Newry to Portadown Canal

Open all year round

Where can I park?

Free parking is available in the Park, although spaces are limited.

Where is the nearest toilet?

Toilets are located next to the car park at the entrance of the Park.

Where is the nearest café?

There are no café facilities on site, but Scarva Town centre has several pubs and coffee shops within minutes of the Park.

Dog Policy

Dogs on lead and under proper control, and restrained from giving reasonable cause for annoyance or alarm to other persons.

Please clean up after your dog.

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

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