County Armagh Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in County Armagh

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  • National Trust - Ardress House
    This is a 17th-century house with 18th-century decoration & a traditional farmyard.
    Set in 100 acres of countryside with orchards & walks by the riverside & in woodland, together with small animals at the farm.
    Check website for Ardress House opening times.
    Grounds ('The Lady's Mile') open daily all year, dawn to dusk.

  • Gosford Forest Park
    Gosford Forest Park comprises some 240 hectares & it was designated the first conservation forest in Northern Ireland in 1986.
    Various activities are available on site including Horse-riding & Orienteering routes, a Tea House & Shop, several marked Trails & even a caravan & camping site.
    Open every day of the year - 10.00 a.m. until Sunset.

  • National Trust - The Argory
    Atmospheric Irish gentry house & wooded riverside estate with 320 acres approx.
    Grounds are Open All Year.
    The House is Open - Mid March to End October - by guided tour only. Check website for further details.

  • National Trust - Derrymore House
    Derrymore House is a late 18th-century thatched cottage with lovely walks in the area.
    Open All Year. Note: No WC.

  • Public Forests in County Armagh
    Public Forests in County Armagh - full of woodland walks but no recreational centres, unless indicated on the website.

Information about County Armagh

Some information about County Armagh from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

In the historic county of Armagh in Northern Ireland lie some of Ireland’s most fascinating sights. The ancient capital of Ulster, Armagh is also know as the City of St Patrick, and was the birthplace of Brian Boru as well as being the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland.

Modern Armagh now offers the visitor a whole host of attractions from historical sites to lively pubs. Step beyond the city and you’ll enter into Orchard County – a fantastic area filled with acres and acres of apple trees, which blossom a spectacular shade of pink.

County Armagh is also packed with National Trust properties, kids’ attractions, museums, country parks and cultural events.

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