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You can soon make the most of your visit by visiting some of the local attractions Newcastle has to offer. 

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The Royal County Down Golf Club

Royal County Down is located in one of the world's most naturally beautiful links settings in the Murlough Nature Reserve. Against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne, the links stretches along the shores of Dundrum Bay. Only 5min walk from Windsor Holiday Park
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Farm Park

Mountpanther Farm Park is the perfect place for kids, families and any animal lover! We have a large variety of animals for you to come and meet, cuddle and get the chance to feed some! Including Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Prairie Dogs, Ferrets, Meerkats, Birds, Pigs, Lambs, Goats, a Donkey, Horse, Chicks, Lambs, Snakes, Lizards, Tropical Fish, Lemurs, Marmoset Monkeys, a Wallaby, and lots more!
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Coco’s Adventure Playground

Coco’s Adventure Playground is an indoor play area based in Newcastle, Northern Ireland.
We’re open 7 days a week and have activities for all ages of children, from babies to fourteen year olds, with slides, ball pools and play areas where children can enjoy exciting active playtime and exploration inside a safe, secure environment.
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The Mountains of Mourne

"Where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea" (Percy French)

The popular song has made the Mournes the best known mountains in Ireland. Distinctive and self contained, they are tucked away in the south east corner of Northern Ireland, with 12 shapely summits rising above 2,000 ft on the eastern side.
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Pony Trekking at Mountpleasant

Ireland's leading Riding and Trekking centre in the heart of County Down. Situated within 2000 acres of breathtaking forestry encompassing Castlewellan, Tollymore and the Mountains of Mourne, there's no better way to get away from it all than take to the reigns at Mount Pleasant
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Downpatrick & County Down Railway

Travel back to the past with real vintage steam trains to Inch Abbey and King Magnus' Grave, on Ireland's only full-sized heritage railway.Steam locomotives from the 1930s or diesels from the 1960s convey their passengers in vintage carriages, past rebuilt railway buildings and into the County Down countryside to Inch Abbey, crossing the River Quoile on its way to the peaceful remains of the 12th Century monastery.
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Climbing

The Mourne mountains offer a variety of rock climbing unparalleled in Ireland, with over 20 crags spread throughout the range. New routes are continually being put up and many fine lines remain.
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The Famous Tropicana Open Air Swimming Pool

The Tropicana is an open air warm swimming pool loacted in the town centre.  The deepest it goes is 1.2 metres and it is a childrens swimming pool consisting of two pools, both with their own slide.  The smaller pool is very small and is mostly used for babies and toddlers with an elephant slide that goes into the water. The bigger pool is deeper than the small one and has a large yellow water slide that twists and turns, and is quite high up.  
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Castlewellan Forest Park & Peace Maze

Located in a dramatic setting of mountains and sea, this is one of the most outstanding tree and shrub collections in Europe. The beauty, vigour and perfect shape of the trees in the National Arboretum attract tree enthusiasts from around the world. However, Castlewellan has numerous features that draw wider attention. The garden is a mixture of informal and formal design with terraces, fountains, ornamental gates and flower borders. To walk around the forest park's mile-long lake, encountering some intriguing modern sculptures on the way, is to enjoy a great experience of eighteenth-century landscaping.