Ormeau Park is Belfast's first public park, which opened on 15 April 1871. The park, which overlooks the River Lagan, plays host to a variety of flora and fauna and many places of historical interest.
|Nearest Town||Belfast||OS Map||15|
|Route Type||Parkland and Grassland||Route Shape||Circular|
|AONB||Other Area||Grid Ref (Start)||J350733|
|Public Roads||Off Public Road||Grid Ref (End)||J350733|
Begin at the car park beside Ormeau Recreation Centre, take the leafy path to the right and let the traffic fade away. The main looping route goes for 1.2 miles from the Ormeau Gates, over to the Ravenhill entrance and back to the car park.
This route has accessible toilet facilities.
A Walk in the Park, available from Belfast City Council, Parks Section or via the website www.belfastcity.gov.uk/parks A Breath of Fresh Air – The Story of Belfast’s Parks by Robert Scott available from Belfast City Council Out 'n' bout: A New Frontier-
Coming to the park on Sunday 27th April as my 7yr old daughter wants to do a 12 mile cycle for Macmillan cancer and this is a safe place to do it. 10 laps, done safe.
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