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  1. Dixon Playing Fields

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Dixon Playing Fields offer soccer pitches. Read more

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  2. Ballyholme Beach and Park

    Bangor, County Down

    Paddle in the surf along the mile long beach, a long time favourite for families. Read more

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  3. Glenveagh National Park

    Churchill, Donegal

    Guided Family Walks: Departing the Visitor Centre at 2pm. Every Wednesday and Sunday - Starting Wednesday 9th April until Sunday 5th October. Additionally every Bank Holiday Monday.
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  4. Cliftonville Playing Fields

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Cliftonville Playing Fields offer Gaelic football, hurling and camogie pitches. Read more

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  5. The Palace Demesne Public Park

    Armagh, County Armagh

    The Palace Demesne comprises of over 70 acres of beautiful parkland set in Armagh City Centre. Read more

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  6. Lough an Leagh (the lake of the cure)

    Kingscourt, Cavan

    Located between the towns of Kingscourt and Bailieborough. Follow signs to Lough an Leagh from both towns. Parking available at mountain top near the picnic area and mass rock. Read more

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  7. Antrim Castle Gardens and Clotworthy House

    Antrim, County Antrim

    You will find nothing like these 400 year old gardens anywhere else in Northern Ireland. Read more

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  8. Woodlands Playing Fields

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Woodlands Playing Fields offer soccer pitches and Gaelic football, hurling and camogie pitches. Read more

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  9. Torr Head

    Ballycastle, County Antrim

    Rugged coast, spectacular views over the Mull of Kintyre, crashing waves and historical intrigue ... Read more

  10. Glenisca Trail

    Askeaton, Limerick

    This trail circles northwards in an anticlockwise direction on forest track and path, narrow in places and with some uneven surfaces, loose stones and features such as protruding roots, dips and hollows. Read more

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