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Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor

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  1. Kilbroney Park Forest features riverside walks and an arboretum. There is a two-mile forest drive which showcases panoramic views over Carlingford Lough. There is also a Play Park with children's play area and tennis courts, an Information area and a café all on site.
    1. A family walking in Kilbroney Park.
      Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor is situated in a stunning location, where mountain, stream, sea and valley create a scenic wonderland, nestled within the shadow of Slieve Martin and the Mountains of Mourne.
    2. Accommodation Nearby
      Kilbroney Park on the northern shore of Carlingford Lough is a wonderful escape for all the family no matter their different ages and stages.
    3. Family enjoying a BBQ infront of their tent in Kilbroney Park
      Kilbroney Caravan Park is located in Rostrevor, County Down, within 97 acres of beautiful parkland nestle within the backdrop of Slieve Martin and the Mountains of Mourne on the shores of Carlingford Lough.
      1. A family standing at the entrance to the Narnia Trail in Kilbroney Forest Park.
        The Narnia Trail starts and finishes within Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor and brings to life the C.S Lewis book, "Chronicles of Narnia" with a number of features along the route.
        1. Rostrevor Mountain Bike Trail
          Rostrevor Mountain Bike Trails in Kilbroney Park and Rostrevor Forest offer challenging climbs with some serious descents and Ireland's first two official downhill trails and other trails suitable for families to use. Make time to stop off at Kodak Corner to take in the view over Carlingford Lough and beyond.
        2. A family enjoying the Kilbroney Tree Trail.
          Kilbroney Tree Trail Walk

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          1. Feel the stresses and strains of daily life vanish in the presence of beautiful animals and majestic scenery of the Mourne Mountains.
          2. Join expert mountain guide Peter Rafferty as he stretches your imagination - and your legs - as you discover the sights and sounds of this special mountain range.
          3. Cyclists on bikes from Bike Mourne, Newcastle admiring the Mourne Mountains from the Promenade, Newcastle, County Down
            Experience the Mournes by bike on road, track and trail with the guided and self-guided bike and electric bike tours or do it yourself with bike and electric bike hire. Explore the majestic mountains, dramatic coasts, stunning landscapes, enchanting forests, award winning mountain bike trails and endless year-round cycle adventures.
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          4. East Coast Adventure Centre - Newry & Mourne Mountain area. Water sports, Cycling, Hiking, School Activities - Family Fun - Glamping - a perfect location outside Rostrevor Village and 5 mins from Warrenpoint
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          5. At Cloughmor Extreme Adventures we like to give an experience that everyone will remember.
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