Northern Ireland’s largest and most beautiful urban park, the second largest public park in Ireland.
Various walks can be enjoyed in and around Lurgan Park, a full lap of the park and lake and park boundary is 2 miles while a walk around the woodland area is 0.8
Distance 1.5 miles
OS Map Sheet 20
Terrain Gravel Paths, Optional Dirt paths well maintained.
Nearest Town Lurgan
Route Shape Circular
Grid Reference J080580
Route Type Forest, Lakeland, Parkland & Grassland
Enter park via the Waves Park Gates,
Turn Left, walk towrads fountain,
(may take a left at tenneis courts and follow path round to fountain for a longer walk – boundrys)
Turn right leave park by gate
Follow park fence via footpath until Brownlow House,
Re Enter park at golf club gates,
Follow path along lake edge and piers,
Take uphill left follow path round past demise avenue gate Alternatibely at this point take a right and follow the path round into the woodland area past play park close to opposite side of the lake – loops back round to fountain.
alternatively continue to avenue road park gate,
turn right and continue back to starting point.
Brownlow House, Lurgan Lake & Colebrookdale Fountain
You can start this walk at any entrance point to Lurgan Park.
Translink – journeyplanner.translink.co.uk
“Waves Leisure Comples has disabled parking space, a small restaurant and public toilets, Also a shop, chip shop etc can be found just opposte the Avenue Road park gate (the PArk Gate service station)”
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We walk here quite often and it is possible to walk around the park in about 30 minutes.
There are lots of birds to be seen throughout the park.
There is a good playpark for the children too.
The council look after the park well and it is unusual to see litter or dog fouling.
It can be very busy on the weekends but is definitely worth a visit if in the area.