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Dungannon Park

4.5 (59 reviews)

Set within a stunning 70-acre park, this site boasts a range of diverse tree species, vibrant flower beds, and a scenic 12-acre fishing lake. Amenities include a mixed fishery, café, tennis courts, sports fields and a children's play area. Onsite pathways offer vast viewpoints of Dungannon Town and the picturesque countryside from high ground. An idyllic blend of nature, recreation, and leisure.

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Situated in the Northern Irish county of Tyrone, this picturesque touring park is enveloped within a vast 70-acre landscape of diverse trees, vibrant flower beds, and a charming 12-acre fishing lake. The park offers a delightful escape with a plethora of facilities catering to all interests.

The park boasts an excellent range of amenities, including a mixed coarse/game fishery, a café, and a gift shop. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy tennis courts, football, and cricket pitches, while families with children can make use of the designated play area. For those inclined towards outdoor cooking, there's a barbecue site available. The park is crisscrossed by miles of interesting pathways, offering scenic walks and viewpoints of Dungannon Town and the surrounding countryside.

The caravan park within Dungannon Park caters to families with fully serviced pitches and a well-equipped amenity block. A charming coffee shop within the park provides an additional benefit for visitors.

A visitor centre enhances the experience with toilets, laundry facilities, a kitchen, and a TV lounge. Disabled-friendly amenities, including toilets and parking, ensure accessibility for all.

Dungannon Park is part of the broader County of Tyrone, which offers a diverse range of activities. The Sperrins mountain range, located in the heart of the county, has earned the designation of an official Dark Skies location, making it an ideal spot for stargazing. The OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory in Davagh Forest take this experience to another level with state-of-the-art technology, holographic installations, virtual reality headsets, and a substantial telescope for observing the night sky.

For those interested in history, the Beaghmore Stone Circles nearby provide a glimpse into the Neolithic era. These seven ancient circles are considered among the finest Neolithic cairns in Ireland, exuding a captivating energy and a connection to the land's ancestral past.

The ancient Hill of The O’Neill holds historical significance, having been at the centre of a nine-year war that reshaped the Northern Irish landscape. The Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre, situated nearby, offers a comprehensive exploration of the stronghold's 400-year history. With a glass-viewing tower providing panoramic views, visitors can immerse themselves in the dynastic O’Neill chieftains' legacy.

Dungannon Park, with its blend of natural beauty, recreational facilities, and proximity to historical and cultural attractions, stands as a multifaceted destination that caters to a wide array of interests, making it an ideal retreat for families, nature enthusiasts, and history buffs alike.

Availability

Hard standing pitch with electric

  • Max 2 pets
  • Caravans
  • Motorhomes
  • Campervans
  • Tents
  • Folding caravans
  • Trailer tents
  • RVs
  • Fifth wheels

At Dungannon Park we have a range of Hard Standing pitches with Electric hook up.

At Dungannon Park we have a range of Hard Standing pitches with Electric hook up.

Features

Hard standing pitch
Electric hook-up
Pet friendly
July 2024
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Grass standing tent pitch without electric

  • Max 2 pets
  • Caravans
  • Motorhomes
  • Campervans
  • Tents
  • Folding caravans
  • Trailer tents
  • RVs
  • Fifth wheels

At Dungannon Park we have a range of Non-Electric Tent pitches.

At Dungannon Park we have a range of Non-Electric Tent pitches.

Features

Grass pitch
Pet friendly
Tents only
Electric hook-up
July 2024
M T W T F S S
August 2024
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September 2024
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59 Reviews

All reviews featured on Campstead.com have been submitted by genuine customers who have stayed at the park.


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It as described on web site

White, Kevin - 09/07/2024

2

Booked for trout fishing as per web site to find out on arrival trout fishing had stopped at Covid then got told there was no hot water in shower building so had to shower in sports pavilion still charged full price left 1 day earlier than we had paid for 1st pitch we were given was to narrow to get canopy out without being in bushes

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Wonderful place to camp

Riecker, Joyce - 07/07/2024

5

A wonderful place to tent camp with hot showers, clean restrooms, laundry facilities, and electric outlets to charge your phone. A short walk down a beautiful path brings you to Linen Green with restaurants and shopping. Would be nice to add picnic tables at the campsites.

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Clean but no shower

Jones, Helen - 28/06/2024

3

The park is beautifully maintained and the location is great for the motorway yet surprisingly quiet.Unfortunately when I booked there was no mention of the boiler issues they had experienced.The showers were immaculate but too cold to use.We reported this but nobody could do anything that evening.The following morning I was recommended to go in the other sports facilities which were dirty and the water was scalding hot. I discovered this once in the shower and got out, half washed as it was dangerous.We informed staff who were delightful and immediately attended to investigate but I left that morning so unsure how it was addressed.This was the most expensive campsite we stayed in during our 10 day trip in Northern Ireland.

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A hidden gem

English, Catherine - 27/06/2024

5

Highly recommend staying here. The sites are great and mostly private. The staff are so helpful and friendly especially Bronagh & James. The facilities are clean & modern. The park is great for kids with a large football green & bar b q area. The walks round the lake are safe with lovely scenery. We will be back.

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Excellent Site

Wilson, Clare - 21/06/2024

5

This is a fantastic site for families and those wanting a quieter stay. Beautiful walks and the Linen Green shopping complex is accessible from the site. We stayed 2 nights but could happily have stayed a week as lots to see and do in the local area.

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Beautiful place

Murphy, Natalie - 20/06/2024

5

We really enjoyed Dungannon Park. It was our first time away in our new caravan, total newbies. We were met by the park Ranger, lovely fella from Kerry, great craic. We were late getting there but nothing was an issue. All staff were so helpful and friendly. Facilities were very modern and spotless, couldn't fault them. Made use of the tennis courts which was great. Lovely walk around the lake. Looking forward to fishing the next time we go. Already booked for a 2nd visit next weekend. Can't wait!

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Dungannon park

Gilchrist, Sandra - 13/06/2024

5

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay

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Clean quiet and lovely staff

Hutchinson, Katie - 13/06/2024

4

Lovely place we got to camp on caravan site with water beside us which I prefer

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Beautiful Park

North, Rachael - 11/06/2024

5

This park is unbelievably beautiful we were amazed when we saw it. The caravan/motorhome area is well laid out very private lots of room between the sites. The park is so well maintained and the shower and toilet facilities are so modern and spotlessly clean. On the day we arrived several other motorhomes arrived as well however next day they left and we were on our own. I don’t know if there is park security at night but I did hear voices in the early hours which unsettled us as park was closed to the public. There is a path which leads to The Linen Green where you can do a bit of shopping or just have a coffee. Plenty of walks for us and our 2 elderly dogs. Brilliant playground for children so lots to keep them happy. We will certainly be back. The staff are so helpful and would be there if you needed them.

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Visiting family

Murray, Paul - 10/06/2024

5

The checkin service was excellent and very informative friendly staff. Pitches are a good size with water, grey waste water and electric on all pitches, (what more could you ask for)!Recycling is good, showers and toilet block is clean with plenty of free hot water.The park is beautiful with lots of walking, it was good to see the cricket pitch being used by the locals.Ironing board and Iron would be a good addition to have

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Summary

4.5

98.3% would recommend this site

96.6% would stay here again

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County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

17.5 Miles / 28.2 km

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