An Creggan Visitor Centre

Creggan Bog at around 9Ha (22 acres) is a small, undisturbed remnant of a once much larger area of lowland raised bog, over 7,000 years in the making. It hosts a unique colony of plants including heathers, cranberry, crowberry, sphagnum mosses, lichen and several species of insect-eating plants. In Summer the air is alive with dragonflies and damselflies, bees and butterflies.Go to for more information on opening times.