Dromore Park

Located on the edge of historic Dromore in close proximity to both the town centre and the A1 dual carriageway, the Town Park welcomes visitors keen to spend time in an historical biodiversity hotspot. Teeming with wildlife, Dromore Park offers a perfect opportunity to spot many different native species while walking alongside the peaceful River Lagan or through the natural woodland areas. Dromore Park plays host to events throughout the year, is an important educational tool utilised by local schools and is a popular fishing location.

Thrill seekers can spend their time cycling on the custom made pump track and children can burn off some energy in the play park. For a quieter adventure in Dromore Park you can visit the historic monuments such as the Pinnacle or the Mill Weir and read all about their history. The breath-taking Dromore Viaduct is a site that cannot be missed while visiting the Green Flag Award winning Park and the history of the market town is depicted on an art installation hand crafted by local residents of all ages.

Learn More - Dromore Historical Trail

Start at the Railway Viaduct in Dromore Park. From the Viaduct follow path to footbridge, cross and follow riverside walk to Regents Bridge. Turn left to pass Dromore Cathedral church and restored High Cross. At mini roundabout take right to Market Square. Pass the Market House and the Stocks, take the road on the right, Mount Street, leading to Dromore Mound.

Visit the Mound and turn right into road taking right at the junction. Take the next road on the right Caugheys Road, crossing the river and pass Dromore Flax Scutching Mill. At junction with Parkrow Road turn right. Continue to the junction with Dromora road and take right following the road to its junction and take left. Past the church take road on right Drumbroneth Road. Continue along this road looking out for a footpath sign on the right. Take this public footpath to the Barban Hill Road. At Barban Hill take a right and follow the hill down towards the town. Take the first road on the left past the ruins of Dromore Castle and then take a left to re-join the Banbridge Road. Continue along this road to park and starting point.

Open access all year round

Where can I park?

On-street parking is available on Church Street, Lower Quilly Road, and Banbridge Road.

Where are the nearest toilets?

Toilets are located in the town centres Library.

Where is the nearest café?

The town centre hosts several pubs, tea rooms, an ice cream parlour.

Dog Policy

Dogs on lead and under proper control, and restrained from giving reasonable cause for annoyance or alarm to other persons.

Please clean up after your dog.

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