Accessible at low-tide, this walk around Rough Island provides magnificent views of Strangford Lough and is an excellent view point for bird watching.
Flat, grass and stoney paths
Wildfowl and magnificent Lough views, totem poll
Follow the path from the car park, along the concrete causeway (only accessible at low tide) and around Rough Island, before returning over the causeway. Explore the island itself!
Island Hill is situated at the upper end of Strangford Lough and has excellent views across the Lough and towards Scrabo Tower.
Turn off the A21 Comber to Newtownards Road towards the shore of the Lough. Follow National Trust signposts to Island Hill Nature Reserve, continue along the Ringcreevy Road for approximately 1 mile.
Dogs are allowed. Dogs should be kept on leads at all times
The following facilities are available for users with limited mobility:
|Disabled toilets with RADAR key|
Ample car parking, toilets and picnic tables
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