Brackagh Bog

(3 reviews)

The trail is on ramparts through an extensive area of low lying peat. The site is very natural and unspoilt.

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  • 11.7.21 – Just home from this walk. Information board on entering was very interesting but graffiti on both it and the main entry sign was disappointing to see. As others have commented there is some dog fouling but the majority of the pathways were clean. I did manage to get lost and ended up going round in a circle as signs weren’t as clear as they could have been. I might still be there if I hadn’t followed a family out. Lovely wild flowers, butterflies and dragonflies. The walkways in need of a bit of clearing at certain parts as nettles were threatening to take over, but all in all a lovely time spent there.

    Kim at 4:49 pm
  • Walked this route in Springtime and walking shoes have to be worn because it is very boggy along most of the embankments.
    The red route is well marked and easy to follow. There are also some other branches off the red route that can be explored.
    Birds such as robins and grey herons can be seen.
    Sadly the dog fouling problem has not improved since the last review and is very bad over the first part of the walk.

    Phil at 12:53 pm
  • I went to Brackagh yesterday with a friend and because the Nettles and Ferns were that Long and High we didn’t get on our usual walk,it would really need better looked after also you have to watch were you walk as on the main path all you see is Dog Fouling,i wish someone would please cut the paths and keep it free from heavy growth and something needs done about the Dog Fouling.Also it would be nice to see a Seat along the main Paths.

    paul allen at 5:00 pm
  • County Armagh

    Distance 2.9 miles

    OS Map Sheets 20

    Terrain Unsurfaced paths, muddy in place

    Nearest Town Portadown

    Route Shape Circular

    Grid Reference J020506

    Route Type Parkland & Grassland

    Route Description

    The walk starts at the entrance ot the Nature Reserve. Follow the red waymarkers around the site in a circuit. The last 100m are along a minor road back to the start.

    Point of Interest

    A natural site, lots of wildlife – birds, dragonfly, butterflies

    Getting to the start

    Translink –

    Public transport

    Translink –

    Dog Policy

    Must be kept under control at all times


    Toilets, refreshments and accomodation in Portadown