Oakfield Park

Oakfield Park

Oakfield Park is a beautifully restored 18th Century Georgian Deanery sitting in a lush landscape with 100 acres of parkland and mature woodlands to explore. The grounds include formal walled gardens, ponds, lakes, a lakeside Nymphaeum, Heritage trees, sculptures and extensive walks and trails and a 4.5km narrow gauge railway with a Diesel & Steam Train operating passenger trips.

Oakfield Park is an eighteenth century Georgian Deanery, which has won several National awards for the restoration of its gardens and buildings. Sitting in a lush landscape of parklands and mature woodlands, overlooking the distant Croaghan Mountain, the grounds include a traditional walled garden and kitchen garden. The lower gardens consist of a large lake, planted with reeds and wild flowers. This is now home to swans and abundant wildlife. A Castle Folly built on the opposite shore provides stunning views.

Flower meadows, lakes and streams, as well as wild and wetland areas are entwined with over 4km of narrow guage railway to give hours of pleasure. Discover willow tunnels, oak circles, boardwalks, several heritage trees, a par-terre and classical Nymphaeum by the upper lake.

Main Features

  • Formal Walled Garden & Kitchen Garden
  • Parkland, Woodland & Riverside Walks
  • Abundant Wildlife
  • Train Rides (12 -6pm Sat & Sun & Bank Holidays) and (3pm on Wed, Thurs, Fri.)
  • Thoughtfully placed pieces of sculpture.
  • Garden Group Tours by arrangement.
  • Vintage Tea Van serving freshly brewed coffee, tea, home bakery, ice cream and Donegal craft Beers.
  • W.C’s with Baby Changing Unit.
  • Car Parking & Picnic Benches

Oakfield Park has been called the “the secret jewel of Donegal”. Bring your family and a picnic and spend the day in this glorious setting.