Threemilewater Park

Threemilewater Park

This is an open country park with meadow and woodland. It hosts a conservation area with natural hedgerows and mature trees. Considerable new planting took place in co-operation with the Woodland Trust in 2006 to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. Over 3000 trees were planted by 300 local school children to create our “Euryalus Wood” to enhance the biodiversity of the area.
In the open space there are playing fields, a cricket square, tennis and hockey pitches that are open to dusk. In the summer there is an athletics track. There is a pavilion and changing area. 



Accessible parking

Opening Hours

Dusk to dawn



No charge


No charge

Getting There

Car park is located on the Doagh Road

Walk Trails

Linear, 4.3 miles

Newtownabbey Way. A walk and cycle route linking Corrs Corner to Whiteabbey.


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Doagh Road

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