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41 Dogleap Road
Limavady
County Londonderry
BT49 9NN
Tel: (028) 7772 2074
Email: nieainfo@daera-ni.gov.uk
Web: www.daera-ni.gov.uk

Directions from Town:

Off B192, 1 mile south of Limavady.

Opening times:

Open all year round to pedestrians.
Car parks, cafe & toilets are available every day, from 09:00 to 16:00 (except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day).

The visitor centre is open 12:00 to 16:00 every Sunday with extended opening days during the summer. Please contact the site to check the visitor centre opening times before making your journey.

Toilets at Visitor Centre will be closed for major refurbishment works from 19th September 2016 until early January 2017.

Prices:

Free

Roe Valley Country Park

Limavady

This scenic and tranquil park is located on the outskirts of Limavady and offers spectacular riverside views and woodland walks along with opportunities for salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, rock climbing and orienteering.

The river plunges through spectacular gorges and its banks are clothed in mature woodland. This picturesque park is also the main habitat to a number of animals which include foxes, badgers and otters. Additionally, over 60 species of birds have also been spotted and recorded in this area. During springtime, visitors can expect the woodland floor to be covered in a carpet of wild flowers.

There is a disabled angler's jetty by the river and there is a specially designed trail emphasising the wildlife of the park. This includes an audio guide for blind and partially sighted visitors. Paths provide access throughout much of Roe Valley and seating is available at various points, including special benches for the less able-bodied. Also worth a visit is the newly refurbished ‘Ritters Tea Room’ which opens daily and is located on the left bank upriver of the Dogleap Centre from which a mobility scooter may also be borrowed.

Visitors can learn about the industrial and natural heritage of the area in the museum and countryside centre. The remains of buildings used in the linen industry and a restored water wheel can also be seen and much of the original equipment is preserved including ruined water mills used in linen production. In addition, they can find out more about Ulster’s first domestic hydro-electric power station, which operated from here under the guidance of local genius J.E.Ritter.

Parking Available
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
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