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Delamont Country Park

90 Downpatrick Road, Killyleagh, County Down, BT30 9TZ
Child climbing and another on a slide in the play park, at Delamont Country Park.

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Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Delamont Country Park, Killyleagh offers peace, beauty and tranquillity. The stunning views across Strangford Lough and the relaxing atmosphere make Delamont Country Park a place to enjoy that 'away from it all feeling'. It is home of the Strangford Stone - the tallest megalith in Ireland. This beautiful 200-acre Country Park offers a great day out for visitors of all ages. Whether you are a keen walker, a nature lover or simply looking for a great day out for all the family you will find plenty to entertain you in Delamont Country Park.   
 
Facilities onsite include a magnificent adventure playground for the children to enjoy. There are also public toilets, an open area for family picnics and Steamers Coffee Shop. A 1km long miniature railway operates on a seasonal basis. You can horse ride, by permit, in the park. There are beautiful, panoramic views across Strangford Lough to the Mourne Mountains. Enjoy one of the fantastic countryside walks, you choose your distance from 1km to 7km you can walk along the shores of Strangford Lough through a mixture of coastal, parkland and woodland which are all interlinked and can be easily added to or shortened.   

There is a 5 star award winning caravan and camping site operated by the Camping and Caravan Club.

Annual Season Ticket

To purchase your Delamont Annual Season Ticket Online click here

Horse Riding 

Horse Riding is by permit only. Application forms to be completed on arrival at the park and to include copy of Public Liability Insurance Cover of £10 million.

Miniature Railway   

Enjoy a journey on our popular miniature railway. A fantastic treat for all the family! 

Steamers Coffee Shop   

Serving a wide variety of refreshments, including full breakfast and lunch menus, great coffee and ice cream in the summer, a stop at Steamers Coffee Shop is a must! 

Plan ahead and prepare as our sites might be busy, please travel to another site that is less busy 
No BBQ’s or fires 
Dispose of waste responsibly or take it home 
Park Responsibly  

Please do not travel to any of our sites if you have COVID-19 symptoms. 

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Suitable for Children

Provider Preferences

  • Free (parking charges may apply)

Guide Prices

Daily Parking Charge (pre-booking is not applicable)
Car £4
Coach £30
Minibus £15
Motorcycle £2
Season Ticket* £25

Season Tickets purchased online will be available for collection from Delamont Country Park office/kiosk three working days after purchased, plus two days if purchased at the weekend. 

*Season Tickets are valid from 1 April until 31 March annually, and there is a charge for replacement Season Tickets if required.

Horse Riding Permits
Day Permit £8
Annual Permit £60
Application forms to be completed on arrival at the park to include copy of Public Liability Insurance Cover of £10 million

Miniature Railway  
£2.50 per person

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Opening Times

* March & October 9am - 6pm
April & September 9am - 8pm
May to August 9am - 9pm
November to February* 9am - 5pm
*closed Christmas Day

Miniature Railway Opening Times
October to Easter: Thursday - Sunday, 9am-5pm (Closed Monday-Wednesday) 
Easter to October: Monday - Sunday, 9am-4pm

Steamers Coffee Shop Opening Times
October to Easter: Thursday - Sunday, 9am-5pm (Closed Monday-Wednesday) 
Easter to October: Monday - Sunday, 9am-4pm

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