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Ards Forest Park

15 locals recommend

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Danny Martin
Danny Martin
August 31, 2019
only 6.2Km away, Beach/ Play ground / several trails for walking
Letitia
Letitia
August 17, 2018
Hiking trails, beach, stunning scenery
Vicky
Vicky
June 30, 2018
Wonderful beaches, walking trails.... Costs E5 to park in the park itself, or park for free at Ards Friary and walk into the park.
Rhonda
Rhonda
December 12, 2017
Fantastic views and lovely walks.
Maud
Maud
August 08, 2017
A fab forest park with many tracks & trails. Coffee stop. Beach. Children's play area.

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“Fintown Railway. Lovely old restored train. Enter and step back in time to travel along the most beautiful setting, lake Lough Finn with Aghla mountain over-towering it. Open in the holiday season. ”
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Natural Feature
“This is a three-mile-long sandy 'Blue Flag' beach,with a large inflowing estuary. The catchment area is an idyllic location for bird watching and taking an early morning walk.”
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Location
County Donegal