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Cave Hill Country Park
#1 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
I have been going for walks up and around cavehill country park for years, if you go to the top of napoleons nose the views you get of Belfast are just amazing outstanding wonderful what can I say the best
If you've got the stamina for a long hike, Cave Hill Country Park offers extraordinary views from the heights of Cave hill.
Black Mountain
#2 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
A trip to Belfast can be emotional due to the history of the troubles however black mountain offers a walk to the mountains which gives a fantastic view plus it shows how the nature is still fully functional
This is one of my favourite places in Belfast, an hour and a half return trip from the car park on Divis Road across moorland gets you a view of the Mournes on the way out and a panoramic view of Belfast from the...
Botanic Gardens
#3 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
Sitting in the Grass Sitting in the grass cuddled by a gentle breeze All passing by, dander with gentle ease What a beautiful place to sooth the soul Nature and man made mingled in a complimentary role Generations...
It is a wonderful park, with tropical garden, you can easy relax over here and do jogging, there is also a statue of lord kelvin
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Victoria Park
#4 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
I regularly go running and cycling here, but its also a great park for the family, it has a great playground facility and the range of bird species is lovely to look at.
Ive regularly taken my daughter here, the walkway around the park is fantastic, We take the bikes or the scooter and fid a bench to set up for a small snack lunch, My daughter loves feeding the ducks and at the en...
Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park
#5 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
Great park with lots of different walks, there is a rose garden, Japanese garden, play park, walks through woodland and walks along the Lagan towpath and Lagan meadows.
The park lands are beautiful lots of different styles of park, pretty walled garden with lovely planting, a sunken garden with a pond, large mature trees that kids can play around underneath and climb, the rose ga...
Ormeau Park
#6 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
Created back in Victorian times it has been maintained by Belfast council to a very high standard.The park accommodated football pitches, athletic tracks and a modern Gym as well as beautiful walks through mature...
Great park grew up in the area, superb fpr sports, walking dogs, jogging, its just like any other park, the idea is to relax in whatever you like doing.
Belvoir Forest Park
#7 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
This park is on the wilder side with a network of paths in a great woodland area, with fields and a river making it an excellent walk for the dogs.
Very interested palce with lot of nature trees an flovers just amazing ang Lagan river good for walk wirh dog too.
#8 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
We parked in the car park opposite the grounds which are free.
RSPB Belfast's Window on Wildlife
#9 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
Great little nature reserve a short ride from central Belfast
Right in the middle of the busy Belfast Harbour area is a small but very important nature reserve known as the "Window On Wildlife".
Lagan Valley Regional Park
#10 of 24 Nature & Parks in Belfast
After the walk there is, a few yards from the car park, a local hostelry, Robert Stewart’s, originally a spirit grocer’s in times past.
The cafe in Lady Dixon park sells enormous scones!