For avid anglers, Annaginny Fishery offers an idyllic setting to pursue their passion. The five lakes provide a diverse range of fishing experiences, from well-stocked waters teeming with trout and other game fish to serene spots for peaceful reflection. The lakes are expertly maintained, and the water quality is exceptional. Novices need not feel left out either. The Abrahams provide excellent guidance and support to newcomers, ensuring that everyone, regardless of their experience level, has a fulfilling and enjoyable time on the waters. The facilities at Annaginny Fishery are top-notch. There are well-maintained fishing platforms, spacious parking, and clean amenities for a comfortable day by the lakeside. Whether you bring your own gear or need equipment, they’ve you covered. In conclusion, Annaginny Fishery in County Tyrone is a true testament to the dedication of the Abrahams to both fishing enthusiasts and the preservation of the aquatic ecosystem.
Annginny Farm Park The warm and welcoming atmosphere at Annaginny Farm Park, combined with its commitment to animal well-being, ensures a memorable and heartwarming visit that will stay with you for a long time to come. Whether you're a local resident or a tourist exploring Co. Tyrone, this farm park is a must-visit destination for a day filled with smiles, laughter, and unforgettable moments with some of Northern Ireland's cutest animals. It's an embodiment of genuine love and care for both animals and visitors, making it a true treasure in the heart of the countryside. The beautiful countryside adds to the overall experience, creating a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere. It's an ideal destination for families, offering an opportunity for children to learn about and interact with a wide variety of animals, including goats, wallabies, emu’s and more. The up-close encounters with these animals are not only educational but also immensely enjoyable.
We are located on the edge of Roughan Lough, five minutes drive from Coalisland, Stewartstown & Newmills Co Tyrone. We are ten minutes from the Coalisland exit on M1 and even less off the A29 Dungannon to Cookstown road