Roe Valley Country Park is situated in an area steeped in history and natural beauty. Throughout the park you can see remnants of the industry that once thrived here and enjoy the natural beauty of the River Roe and the surrounding woodlands. Inside the visitor centre you can visit the exhibition to learn more about the life and legends surrounding the area and the fragility and beauty of the plants and animals that depend on this type of habitat for survival.
Roe Valley Country Park offers a variety of routes along the riverside and through woodland.
There is also a Sensory Trail particularly designed for the visually impaired.
Find out more at WalkNI.
The River Roe can change its mood almost in an instant. One moment it is calm and clear – the next it is a raging, dark, red-brown torrent.
The cause of this changing colour and character has its origins high up in the Sperrin Mountains where the river begins its journey.
The River Roe flows for 34 miles, from its origin in the Sperrin Mountains, down to the shores of Lough Foyle.
From saints to salmon, the powerful and pure waters of the Roe have sustained and inspired generations of people and created a valuable haven for wildlife.
The river provides opportunities for salmon and trout fishing. A disabled angler’s jetty is located near the visitors centre.
Northern Ireland Environment Agency and the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs.