Visitors can enjoy walks in the park that will take you past the lough shore, the deer park enclosure, wildfowl ponds, wildflower meadow and butterfly garden.
Throughout the park evidence of the 1939-45 War can be found. During the war Lough Erne played an important role as the most westerly flying-boat station. Today visitors can explore ammunition dumps, flying-boat docks, slit trenches etc. Families may also enjoy a cycle trail way-marked around the park.
A must see for all visitors is the Archdale Centre, which contains various exhibitions including ‘Castle Archdale at War’. The exhibition highlights Castle Archdale’s important role in WW2 as the most westerly flying-boat station, from which aircraft protected the allied convoys from the U-boat threat in the North Atlantic.
Country Park open year round
Facilities available 10.00 to 17.00
Admission Prices 2018:
Tea Rooms & Shop (seasonal opening)
Car & coach parking (in Courtyard)
Located off B82 Enniskillen to Kesh Road, 10 miles from Enniskillen, 5 miles from both Kesh & Irvinestown
Rossmore, Lisnarick, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh BT94 1PP, Northern Ireland
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