Craigavon Holiday Homes Armagh
Craigavon is an urban area in County Armagh that was designated as a new town in 1965 Located On the southern shores of Lough Neagh, Craigavon offers visitors a blend of town and country landscapes. Locally Craigavon refers to the residential area between the historic towns of Lurgan and Portadown as well as many charming villages. It is an ideal place for blending shopping with some sporting activities!
There’s something for everyone in Craigavon Borough, from world famous potteries offering masterclasses in making hand thrown pottery to wonderful animal farms and fascinating museums, country parks and atmospheric islands to children’s play centres.
The Craigavon Golf Ski Centre is situated in beautiful wooded surroundings and is Northern’s Ireland’s only outdoor artificial ski slope. The 300ft main slope, nursery slope and snow tubing facilities ensure the whole family is catered for. The three golf courses in the centre are set in mature parkland and offer many challenges. In addition there is a floodlit driving range and two putting greens
Craigavon Watersports Centre is one of the best centres in Northern Ireland for outdoor pursuits. The centre is situated in attractive parkland on the edge of the Craigavon lakes. There are many water sports on offer including banana boating, water-skiing, windsurfing, sailing or canoeing
Craigavon Museum is located on the edge of Lough Neagh, at Oxford Island, has an excellent collection of Quaker and Methodist literature plus a large number of local interest books.