Drumaheglis Marina

Drumaheglis Marina

Drumaheglis Marina is one of the few and most attractive access points to the Lower River Bann, with superb natural landscapes, making it an idyllic riverside location for cyclists, walkers and water enthusiasts.      

Water enthusiasts are adequately catered for as the complex also incorporates a boat park, slipway and marina with overnight berthing facilities, catering for up to 32 boats. The Lower River Bann is an excellent location to indulge in your favourite pastime, be it fishing, sailing or canoeing. Other facilities include a children’s play park, table tennis, grass volleyball court, picnic and barbeque areas, nature walk. 

Facilities include:  

Public access to the River Bann.

State-of-the-art Marina catering for 32 boats with fully serviced overnight berthing facilities.

Boat park, slip way and jetty with floating pontoons.

55 hard standing pitches with water/electric. 

Tent area and 5 glamping cabins.

Modern family shower/laundry facilities with disabled access.

Quality picnic & BBQ area.

Safe and accessible children’s area and outdoor gym. 

Woodland nature walk. 

On site Visitor information. 



Accessible parking
Accessible toilets
Family and Children

Opening Hours

Seasonal opening

Open from Saint Patrick's Weekend until Halloween

Daily 9am to dusk or 8.30pm.

During July & August from 9am to 10pm.



No charge

For caravan and camping booking, please see: www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk


No charge

Cycling Routes

Linear, 45 miles

Lower Bann Cycleway (long). The scenic route follows the Lower Bann River corridor from Lough Neagh to the North Coast..

Circular, 15 miles

Lower Bann Cycleway (short). A quiet cycle follows the River Bann. Perfect for a family day out..

Canoeing Routes

Drumaheglis Marina. On the Lower Bann Canoe Trail.

Other Activities




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+44 (0) 28 2766 0280


36 Glenstall Road
BT53 7QN

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