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Lakes, Rivers and Shores

  • Moyola River

    Moyola River originates in the Sperrin Mountains, stretching over 27 miles and ending at Lough Neagh.  

  • River Bann

    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

    Coalisland Canal is approximately 4.5 miles long and is a central feature to Coalisland's Heritage.  

  • Lough Neagh

    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.

  • Lough Fea

    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

    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.

  • Blackwater River

    The Blackwater River lies in the countryside of counties Armagh and Tyrone, flowing gently into Lough Neagh.

  • Ballinderry River

    The Ballinderry River originates in the Sperrins and flows 30 miles down to Lough Neagh.

  • Dungannon Park

    Dungannon Park is a 70 acre oasis centred round an idyllic stream fed lake only 2 miles from Dungannon town centre.

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