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Parks & nature in County Louth

Rv Park
“A beautiful spot about an hour's drive out of Belfast. You'll see Carlingford Lough, Warrenpoint and Carlingford old town which is in the Republic. A beautiful border region. Drive up to the second car park and walk from there. ”
5local recommendations
Campground
“Long-established very popular adventure centre. They cater for almost every type of outdoor adventure activity imaginable - orienteering, water-sports, hiking, obstacle courses. They especially accomodate a lot of team-bonding sessions, ice-breakers, hens & stags groups etc.”
5local recommendations
Garden Center
$$
2local recommendations
Beach
“Clogherhead blue flag beach. Also nearer beaches at Templetown and Gyles' Quay”
4local recommendations
History Museum
1local recommendations
Park
“You can park your car here & have a picnic then go for a walk up through the forest along a river. This area is beautiful all year round. ”
3local recommendations
Park
“Bring a picnic and some bread to feed the ducks. Also a playground & coffee shop on-site. Brilliant for families.”
1local recommendations
Park
“There are fairy glens, rolling lawns, a coffee shop, a children's playground, Clough Mor (a glacier-deposited rock), stunning views or Carlingford Lough, hiking and mountain bike trails, and picturesque Mourne Mountain scenery.”
1local recommendations
Scenic Viewpoint
“Dowth the Fairy Mound of Darkness is about the same size as Newgrange and Knowth and was built in the same period over 5000 years ago. The mound was subjected to a very unprofessional excavation in 1847, two passage tombs were discovered but the mound was severely damaged in the process. The passage tombs are much less spectacular than Newgrange or Knowth with shorter passages and lower roofs. Both are on the western side of the mound, they are referred to as Dowth North and Dowth South. The Dowth North passage is 14 metres in length; the chamber is cruciform in shape with an annex off the right hand recess, the chamber roof is corbelled and is 3 metres high. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“There are fairy glens, rolling lawns, a coffee shop, a children's playground, Clough Mor (a glacier-deposited rock), stunning views or Carlingford Lough, hiking and mountain bike trails, and picturesque Mourne Mountain scenery.”
1local recommendations
Campground
“Our glampsite and ecotourism activities business which includes electric bike hire, kayaking and rafting on the Boyne, locally sourced breakfast, BBQ and pizza packs. ”
2local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
“Park in the carpark and explore the headland behind the harbour, with beautiful views north and south and if you're lucky you'll see some seals either in the harbour or the sea around the headland. ”
2local recommendations