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Drum Manor Forest Park, Cookstown

(4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful park the walks are amazing for the kids they loved running about and letting their energy out. They got to feed the ducks which they enjoyed. The play park is out of this world our kids abso...  more »
  • I'm orginally from Cookstown but have lived in England for years we go to drum manor every year as beautiful walk and very relaxing near ponds do tend to need walking boots when it's rained if going o...  more »
  • After years of visiting Tyrone and a year of living here I finally made it to Drum Manor. Great location. You pay a small fee to park on the grounds. Right outside Cookstown. There are two parking lot...  more »
  • Great forest Park with some lovely walks. Pity the tower is no long opened. I used to love going up there when I was a kid.
  • Amazing place to take the family on a day out. No rides but lots to see on interesting walks.
  • Lovely peaceful walks, the old manor to explore and beautiful gardens.
  • It's absolutely stunning once you get out of the car you can smell all sorts of tree species and see more than enough different wildlife animals around the pond
  • Every time I'm off work I must go here it's great. Once you get out of the car the smell of the trees it's awsome