Loughgall Country Park & Golf Course
11-14 Main Street
Tel: 028 3889 2900
Monday – Friday – 9am – 10pm
Saturday – 7am – 10pm
Sunday – 7.30am – 10pm
Thursday 12 July & Friday 13 July – 8am – 10pm
Loughgall Country Park is set in a magnificent 188 hectare estate of open farmland, orchards and 37 acre ‘Lough’ Phase one was completed during 1996 and included a football pitch/grass arena, changing pavillion and children’s play area. Phase two was completed in 2000 and included an 18 hole golf course, 37 acre coarse fishery, bridle path, way marked walks locker/changing facility and reception/tea area.
The 18 hole golf course measures 6281 yards from the white markers. The front nine at 3547 yards presents a challenge to all levels while the back nine allows the opportunity to pick up a few shots.
The course provides an interesting but fair test with water hazards, bunkers and sloping lies. Greens are constructed to USGA specifications and remain playable throughout the year.
The 37 acre course fishery has just undergone further development. DCAL through European funding provided financial aid to upgrade roads and access as well as increasing the number of stands to a total of 100 around most of the ‘Lough’.
Species include Carp, Bream, Roach, Tench. Perch. Pike and Eels. Notable catches include 26lb Pike, Carp 22lb, Tench 6.4lb, Perch 3.5lb.
Walking, Cycling/Bridle Path
There are three main routes from 3.3 to 5.9 km. These can be combined to cater for different lengths.
The routes can be used for walking and cycling with specific route for use as a bridle path. The routes are marked as of the highway to health walking scheme with distance marker at every km.
The newly renovated play park coincided with the parks 10th anniversary it has an extensive range of equipment suitable for toddlers and children up to the age of 14 years, while the adventure trail for older children is a mini assault course facility.
This allows children to develop co-ordination, balance, agility and stamina.
Adult Trim Trail
The trim trail is made up of 13 outdoor exercise stations spread out around the bridle path route. The participants proceed from station to station performing the exercise illustrated at each.
The trim trail provides an innovative natural method to encourage you to undertake and sustain health promoting behaviour in an outdoor environment.