Clement Wilson Park

Clement Wilson Park

Clement Wilson Park is situated across from Shaw's Bridge in Lagan Valley Regional Park in South Belfast. 

It is a very popular area with walkers, cyclists and joggers. Stop by the Lock Keeper's Café   for a cuppa and spot of people watching. This path is also part of the National Cycle Network route and is shared with bicycles.  The River Lagan also flows through the park, making it a popular place to spot kingfishers and grey wagtails.  Have some family fun by downloading the ecotrail pack at www.ecotrailsni.com

 

Facilities

Café
Located nearby at Lock Keeper's Cafe
Accessible toilets
Located at the nearby Lock Keeper's Cafe
Parking
Located at Newforge Lane just outside the entrance to the park
Accessibility
The trails follows a tarmac surface with many parts suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs

Opening Hours

Open all year 7.30am to sunset

Charges

Access: 

Free admission

Parking: 

Free parking

Walk Trails

Linear, 11 miles

Lagan Towpath. Scenic riverside walk along tarmac path.

Circular, 1.2 miles

Clement Wilson Park. Along River Lagan.

Cycling Routes

Linear, 21 miles

Lagan and Lough Cycle Way. A 21 mile mostly traffic-free route connecting Jordanstown, Belfast and Lisburn..

Outdoor Activity Centres

+44(0)28 90 646695
info@mobileteamadventure.co.uk

Mobile Team Adventure. Every Saturday @ Shaw's Bridge, Belfast Canoeing open sessions - just turn up and paddle with qualified instructors..

Other Activities

Orienteering
visit www.ecotrailsni.com to download a pack

Visit www.niorienteering.org.uk/lvo/Maps/permanent-courses.php for details on the permanent orienteering course at Clement Wilson Park

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Contact

+44 (0)28 9032 0202

Location

Newforge Lane
Belfast
Co. Antrim
BT9 5NX

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