County Tyrone Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in County Tyrone

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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in County Tyrone

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

  • Tayto Castle - including Factory Tour
    In 1955 the castle was in need of repair and was bought by a visionary local businessman, Thomas Hutchinson.
    In 1956 he had the clever idea to make a new potato product called crisps, and started making Tayto crisps creating one of the world's best loved brands of crisps and snacks.
    Mr. Tayto, the brand's lovable mascot is a well known & well loved face across Northern Ireland, has been all over the world promoting Tayto and has starred in many of his own advertisements.
    1964. Tayto became one of the first companies to sell different flavours of crisps with Smoky Bacon and Prawn Cocktail being two of the most popular.

  • Lough Fee Lakes
    Set in wild mountain scenery, Lough Fea is one of the many delightful lakes dotted throughout the Sperrins Region. Covering 180 acres this natural beauty spot is an anglers dream & also supplies the entire area & beyond with fresh water. The 4.15km (approx 1 hour) walkway around Lough Fea is a haven for local walkers & tourists alike. A mix of panoramic scenery & calming waters make this the ideal place for an idyllic evening walk. Children’s play area & toilet facilities are provided on site.

    Source of above text: Walk NI / Lough Fea, June 2009

  • National Trust - Grays Printing Press
    In the heart of Strabane you will find, hidden behind an 18th-century shop front, a treasure trove of ink, galleys and presses.
    Admission by guided tour.

  • National Trust - Wellbrook Beetling Mill
    Wellbrook Beetling Mill is the last working, water-powered mill, used in the manufacture of linen, surrounded by walks & picnic spots by the river.

  • Sperrins Mountain Range
    The Sperrins are the largest and least explored mountain range in Northern Ireland with dramatic landscapes, rivers teaming with life, mountains, valleys, forests, lakes, outdoor pursuits, indoor pursuits... something for everyone!. The region is extremely accessible, Belfast airports and ferry ports, as well as Derry City airport are all within one hour of the Sperrins Region. With some of Ireland's most spectacular and stunning scenery as your backdrop and right on your doorstep, this is the perfect location to get an extraordinary experience, no matter what your looking for!

    Source of above text: Sperrins Region, June 2009

  • Beaghmore Stone Circle Complex
    Beaghmore, "the moor of the birches", was first discovered in 1945-9 when 1269 stones were uncovered where they had been buried in the thick layer of peat that is a dominating feature of this area.
    Further work in 1965 revealed more of the complex, although it is almost certain that further structures still lie buried in the surrounding peat.
    A total of seven circles, six of which are paired, were discovered, along with many cairns, some of which have associated stone rows.

Information about County Tyrone

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

Tyrone is the largest county in Northern Ireland and one of the most beautiful thanks to the heatherclad Sperrin Mountains. These lush, sparsely populated mountains are another world with endless charm and ever-changing natural tones of yellow gorse and emerald green.

Omagh, is Tyrone’s largest town and makes a great base for touring the county and visiting the nearby Ulster-American Folk Park, one of the island’s top attractions.

In the heart of the Sperrins, Cookstown has the longest main street in Northern Ireland with shopping for a whole mile!!! So if you like to shop but not to wander through a town, then this is the Shopping Mecca for you!

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