51 Park Road Portadown BT62 1DS
T: 028 3831 2597
For a fun family day out in Portadown come on down to the People’s Park and discover all of the unique attractions, activities and events on offer! This Park boasts something for everyone to enjoy, so pack a picnic and take time out to explore all of the fantastic new features.
State-of-the-art play park
This exciting and creative park features equipment suitable from toddlers to teens! Climb aboard the pirate ship, whizz down the zip line, tackle the pyramid, take off on the swings, dig in the sand pit, race down the slides, go for a spin on the roundabout and so much more! There are also plenty of picnic tables with barbecue facilities!
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the stunning themed gardens. With unique features, park benches, surrounded by trees and newly planted shrubs this is a great place for a walk and a sit.
Pond Area with Two Bridges
The new pond area, which was once a historic feature of the Park, has been reintroduced to stimulate the Parks biodiversity, whilst creating a setting for educational groups to use, learn from and enjoy. This will include favourite activities such as pond dipping and mini-beast hunting as well as a variety of trails and walks for all to enjoy. Two new bridges have also been introduced with careful consideration made to ensure access for all.
Excellent Sports Facilities
The Park has a wealth of sporting facilities – two grass soccer pitches, one grass multi sports pitch catering for Soccer, American Football, Gaelic Games and Rugby as well as a 7-aside 3G synthetic pitch and a 5-aside multi use games area (MUGA) – both of which are flood lit. To book a pitch please call 028 3832 2205.
There will be regular events for families in our exclusive amphitheatre so keep an eye on our events section for details!
There is on-site parking for 62 cars as well as on street parking.
The opening times of the Park varies throughout the year due to sunset, please see times below.
From second Sunday in February 7am – 7pm
From second Sunday in March 7am – 8pm
From first Sunday in April 7am – 9pm
From third Sunday in April 7am – 10pm
From third Sunday in August 7am – 9pm
From second Sunday in September 7am – 8pm
From first Sunday in October 7am – 7pm
From fourth Sunday in October 7am – 6pm