Craigavon Lakes Circular Walk
The Craigavon Lakes Circular Walk is a beautifully scenic adventure on the edge of town that will lead you around several woodland lakes. While out walking the trail, you will head through the forest and cross over a railway line, enjoying the views across the water as you walk along the shores of the Craigavon Lakes. This is a great walking route where you can enjoy nature without leaving town.
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Route Description for Craigavon Lakes Circular Walk
Featuring serene swathes of woodland landscape and two beautiful bodies of water, the Craigavon Lakes Circular Walk offers a great opportunity to reconnect with the natural world without even leaving town. The well-maintained paths and laid back terrain makes this a perfect route for a fun family adventure.
Setting out from the trailhead off Lake Road, you will make your way north through the intermittent tree cover and head west through the forest to reach the edge of the lake. From here, you will turn back to the north and follow along the water’s edge, before crossing over a railway line to reach the second lake. Take some time to appreciate the views across the water and your woodland surroundings, as the trail bends to the west and leads you past a farm.
Continuing on along the trail, you will begin to make your way to the southwest and once again cross over the rail line to access the first of the lakes. Walking along the edge of town, you will round the southwest corner of the route and pass by a cafe, before completing the final leg of the walk through the forested Craigavon City Park.
Getting to the Craigavon Lakes Circular Walk Trailhead
The trailhead for the Craigavon Lakes Circular Walk can be found at the Pinebank transit stop along Lake road in Craigavon.
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