Welcome to Lagan Valley Regional Park - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty!
Lagan Valley Regional Park, covers 4200 acres and stretches 11 miles between the cities of Lisburn and Belfast. The patchwork of valley landscapes from wet meadows, ponds and ditches to mixed beech woodland, parkland and pine plantation provides a network for wildlife and a passage to our past.
Take your bike onto the towpath and immerse yourself with the sounds of the ebb and flow of the river. An alarm call from a shy moorhen as it quietly stalks the riverbank reeds and twists of overhanging willow. The male and female mallard duck and crested grebe weave silently or land like water-skiers along the surface.