Roe Valley Country Park, Limavady
(4.5/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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  • I often walk up through the country park with the family and dogs, such a lovely and peaceful walk. There are a number of different routes available which Is really good, kids absolutely love it. 
  • Lovely park in winter, beautiful river and good paths. Ideal for dogs. Make sure you have your wellies!! Unfortunately a section of the path is closed and has been for a long time, which means you mus...  more »
  • Well tended and very picturesque. The beauty of the park was enhanced by all the hues of Autumn. Lots of pathways to explore, many varieties of trees, shrubs and plants. 
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  • This is the most beautiful forest park in Northern Ireland. The main paths follow the banks of the River Roe. Most vistors park their cars at the Vistors Centre then walk upstream abit, then go to the Cafe and home, but there's so much more. There's 3 foot bridges that cross the river, two upstream from the cafe and one downstream. When the Blue Bells are out then some of the smaller clay paths downstream are the best place to see them ( near the Raddison Hotel). The place is full of history from the O'Cahans to the Industrial revolution. In the past some of the first electric power in Ireland was generated here by water and the powerhouse is now being revibed to produtce power again with modern turbines. There are 3 car parks ( top, middle and bottom) The middle car park next to the Cafe and Musem is suitable for Motorhomes, but the road to it from the town of Limavady has a small tight bridge with a weight of 2 tonnes restriction.
  • Nice little walk with the little uns