Foyle Linear Park and Prehen Park

Foyle Linear Park and Prehen Park

Foyle Linear Park is a small urban park with walking and cycling paths located next to the River Foyle. This is part of the Prehen Greenway.

Prehen Park consists of six playing fields located on the banks of the River Foyle. This site has been redeveloped from a landfill site into a public ammenity space.

Surrounding the site is a cloak of mature trees. The New Buildings to Derry Cycle Way passes through the site. Parking is availabe at the northern end of the park. 

Facilities

Parking

Opening Hours

Open all year

Charges

Access: 

No charge

Parking: 

No charge

Getting There

Located on the Foyle Road to the west of the western end of the Craigavon Bridge.

Cycling Routes

Linear, 21 miles

Foyle Valley Cycle Route. Follow the Foyle through the quiet backroads of Co Donegal to Strabane in the foothills of the Sperrins Mountains..

Linear, 281 miles (452km)

Ballyshannon to Larne. It's one of the best coastal routes you're ever likely to ride, stretching from Ballyshannon's Atlantic Coast through L'derry..

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Contact

+44 (0) 28 7125 3253

Location

Foyle Road
Londonderry
BT48 6SH

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