Moyola River originates in the Sperrin Mountains, stretching over 27 miles and ending at Lough Neagh.
The River Bann is the longest river in Northern Ireland at 80 miles long. The river Bann is spilt into two sections, being Upper and Lower Bann.
Coalisland Canal is approximately 4.5 miles long and is a central feature to Coalisland's Heritage.
The largest lake in Ireland and Britain, Lough Neagh borders five counties and captivates visitors with its tranquil atmosphere, un-spoilt scenery, secluded bays and skyward views.
Set in wild mountain scenery, Lough Fea is one of the many lakes dotted throughout the Sperrins region and a short distance from Cookstown.
Lough Beg is located north of Lough Neagh 1.5 miles from Bellaghy.
Drum Manor Lake
Drum Manor Forest Park is open to the public all year round and is located outside Cookstown.
The Blackwater River lies in the countryside of counties Armagh and Tyrone, flowing gently into Lough Neagh.
The Ballinderry River originates in the Sperrins and flows 30 miles down to Lough Neagh.
Dungannon Park is a 70 acre oasis centred round an idyllic stream fed lake only 2 miles from Dungannon town centre.