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3/12/2019Invasive Species Removal Work
Please be aware that the ongoing Invasive Species Removal works resume this month....

Country Park Northern Ireland

Mourne Country Park is a jewel nestled deep in the heart of the ancient Kingdom of Mourne. The mature beech-forest that forms a wooded glen on either side of the Whitewater River is a peaceful retreat that has been loved by generations of walkers, anglers, youth groups, nature lovers and bird watchers.

In order to preserve the delicate beauty of Mourne Country Park and to give the natural ecosystems their proper place in the order of priorities, Mourne Country Park (unlike other country parks in Northern Ireland) is not open on a daily basis to the visiting public, being mainly restricted to club membership access.

Trespassing will not be tolerated. Action will be taken in the event of trespass, including against those clubs who have members entering unlawfully.

Membership is managed by our friends at The Mourne Woodland Rambling Club

For queries on membership of the rambling club please see the Rambling page


Quality Hardwood Logs for Sale


One tonne bag £100 (including local delivery)


Logs average 8-10 inches (20cms) perfect for fires and stoves


Naturally seasoned. Moisture content less than 20%. 


Call 07513 044898 or 07547 869351


Riding, angling, walking running or biking is not allowed without permission.

To request permission please email Bonnie:           info@mournecountrypark.org

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This project was part-funded under Axes 3 & 4 of the Northern Ireland Development Programme 2007-2013 by the European Union and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development