An extensive network of walking and cycling paths are set within 250 acres of parkland around the Craigavon Lakes and are suitable for disabled users and families. National Cycle Network Route 9 and 94 and the Craigavon Cycle Trail access the park. The parkland also incorporates the Craigavon Lakes Mountain Bike Trail. This 10km trail meanders through the woods and meadows on a singletrack path and is suitable for all cyclists with basic off-road riding skills.
Craigavon Lakes Local Nature Reserve consists of two large lakes with associated fully accessible pathways. Tannaghmore Farm (located beside the nature reserve) features a rare breeds farm. There is a wide range of biodiversity interests ranging from the wintering wildfowl on the lakes to the botanically rich area between the two lakes. The area hosts a large number of orchids including the bee orchid and is also an important site for butterflies, hosting the largest population of the Real's wood white butterfly in the UK
1 Lake Road
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