A 10km drive around the slopes of Slieve Gullion offers visitors spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
A leisurely walk around the walled garden is a must, as is a 2km walk through the mostly broadleaf mature woodland, utilising trails on the lower slopes of the mountain. The woodland comprises oak, ash, birch, beech, sweet chestnut and horse chestnut in which was once part of the Chambre Demesne.
There is a mountain top trail to two megalithic cairns (the North and South Cairns) and a lake, with stunning views across the Ring of Gullion, Mourne and Cooley mountain ranges and Armagh Drumlins, with over 2,000 years of legend and history awaiting. The huge burial cairn located on the summit of the mountain, the South Cairn, is known as The Calliagh Berras House, and is the highest surviving passage tomb in Ireland.
Whilst there be sure to visit Slieve Gullion Courtyard, set in the midst of the park, it offers a homely coffee shop and restaurant.