Roe Valley Country Park

The Roe Valley Country Park, on the outskirts of Limavady, contains three miles of beautiful and tranquil scenery and offers the visitor a variety of riverside and woodland walks and scenery. The River Roe flows throughout the park and fishing for salmon and trout proves popular for angling enthusiasts visiting the region.
Worth a visit regardless of the season, the park acts as a living history of Limavady. Take a step into the past, and imagine local genius J.E.Ritter supplying the first direct current of electricity in Ulster to Limavady. Close your eyes and hear the hustle and bustle of linen production in days gone by, many relics of which are still visible today. Imagine the heroic leap of the dog across the river to the original O’Cahan’s Castle, giving Limavady its name. Here in idyllic surroundings, the visitor can picnic or simply enjoy the beauty of their environment. The Visitor and Heritage Centre hosts a permanent educational exhibition. Ritter’s Tearoom is adjacent to the centre.
Café Opening Hours:
Seasonal. Contact 028 7776 6107
The park is open all year around.
028 7772 2074

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