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Places to Walk

Whether it’s a relaxing stroll along a river bank, a hike up a mountain,a ramble through a forest or even a mad dash after your dog, you can find a walking route to suit, within easy distance of Dundonald Touring Caravan Park.

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    Billy Neill MBE Country Park

    2.3 miles

    Billy Neill MBE Country Park is situated between Dundonald and Comber, along the Comber Greenway. 

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    Comber Greenway

    0.5 Miles

    The Comber Greenway is a picturesque walk connecting the town of Comber with the city of Belfast along the route of a former railway.

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    Moat Park

    1 Mile

    Situated in the heart of Dundonald, the Moat Park offers idyllic walks around the historic Motte as well as provides a valuable link to shops in the village.

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    Stormont Estate

    2 Miles

    Located just five miles outside the city centre and less than 1.5 miles from Dundonald Touring Caravan Park, Stormont Estate offers a variety of walks, suitable for all age groups and walking ability.

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    Connswater Community Greenway Trail Guides

    3.5 Miles

    The Connswater Community Greenway is committed to developing a number of heritage and tourism trails which will encourage visitors and locals to learn about the vast history of the area, to visit the Greenway and to visit east Belfast.

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    Botanic Gardens

    5 Miles

    Belfast’s Botanic Gardens is an important part of the city’s Victorian heritage and a popular meeting and walking spot for residents, students and tourists.

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    Slievenacloy Nature Reserve

    6 Miles

    Looking for a great escape, away from the hustle and bustle of Lisburn city centre? Located in a valley in the Belfast Hills, Slievenacloy Nature Reserve is treasure trove of grassland, meadow and trail walks.

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    Lagan Valley Regional Park

    7 Miles

    Covering 4200 acres and stretching 11 miles between the cities of Lisburn and Belfast, Lagan Valley Regional Park is a must for a gentle afternoon stroll.

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    Wallace Park

    12 Miles

    Located in the heart of Lisburn and covering 25 acres of mature parkland, Wallace Park is ideal for families, with a state-of-the-art children’s play area and a wide variety of gentle walks.

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    Hillsborough Forest

    16 Miles

    Hillsborough Forest is a wonderful place to escape busy city life in a tranquil and unspoilt surrounding. The 200-acre forest is adjacent to the charming Georgian village of Hillsborough as well as the historic Fort.