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Lagan Valley Regional Park, Belfast

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on a few reviews on the web
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  • A good spot to start a walk along the towpath is at the carpark at Drumbeg opposite St. Patricks church. This is a walk along the Lagan Navigation as it was known. In the past barges plied their way f...  read more »
  • We are launched on the Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park and wandered up to Belfast along the river. We were very surprised about this way with the large, impressive trees, the quiet flow of ever-widening and the history associated with the Valley. Half way there was a Café popular with locals obviously at a lock. After several days in which we had moved on the coast and on the Cave Hill, this day was an absolutely positive surprise and I believe Valley deserves a much higher attention. Clearly the hop do not come here on hop off buses, but it is perhaps even just a tip.
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  • This was a special event organised by Lagan Valley Regional Park and hosted by the Park Ranger Dan and his very friendly crew. It was so much fun for the kids and the adults too. There were plenty of ...  read more »
  • Tasty food. Can be difficult to get a table in good weather, but that just shows its popular!
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