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Delamont Country Park


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The Season Ticket is valid from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018

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Delamont Country Park

Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough in an area of natural beauty, Delamont Country Park offers peace, beauty and tranquility. The stunning views across Strangford Lough and a relaxing atmosphere make Delamont a place to enjoy that "away from it all feeling". Home of the Strangford Stone - the tallest megalith in Ireland.

This stunning and beautiful 200 acre Country Park, renowned for its favourable, dry, warm climate, offers:

  • Woodland & Countryside Walks 1km-7km on the shores of Strangford Lough
  • Stunning views across the Lough to the Mourne Mountains
  • Open areas for family picnics, BBQ area and games, room for hire
  • 5* award winning Caravan & Camping Site
  • Outdoor adventure playground
  • Miniature railway 1km long - Thomas the Tank look-a-like
  • Horse riding by permit
  • Mobility Scooters available
  • Events throughout the Summer


Railway Opening Times

March - June
12 noon - 5 PM (weekends & Holidays)

July & August
12 noon - 5 PM (Daily)

September - October
12 noon - 5 PM (weekends only)

November - February

Information on the History of Delamont Estate and the Strangford Stone as well as a map of Delamont and a list of events for 2008 can be downloaded as PDFs from the documents section below. 

Opening Hours: 365 days, dawn to duskDelamont Railway

Admission: Car £4, Motorcycles £2, Minibus £10 - £15, Coach £30.
Season Ticket available.

Delamont is located on the A22 Downpatrick to Comber Road. 5 Minutes drive from Downpatrick.


Below is a 360 panoramic view of Delamont Country Park created by Virtual Visit Northern Ireland

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