Regularly stocked with Rainbow Trout, the 12 acre lake at Dungannon Park is a popular spot for fly fishing. The park also boasts a touring caravan park, tennis courts and plenty of walking trails. Dungannon (from Irish: Dún Geanainn, meaning “Geanann’s stronghold”) is a town in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is the third-largest town in the county after Omagh and Strabane. For centuries, it was the ‘capital’ of the O’Neill dynasty, who dominated most of Ulster and built a castle on the hill. After the O’Neills defeat in the Nine Years’ War, the English founded a Plantation town on the site, which grew into what is now Dungannon. Dungannon has won Ulster in Bloom’s Best Kept Town Award five times.