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Craigavon (Irish: Creag Abhann) is a settlement in north County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is a planned settlement that began construction in 1965 and was named after Northern Ireland's first Prime Minister, James Craig, 1st Viscount Craigavon. It was planned as to link Lurgan and Portadown. Among locals today, "Craigavon" refers mainly to the area spanning the lakeland area between Lurgan and Portadown. The lakes are a popular watersports training and recreational area. Other sports facilities in Craigavon include Craigavon ski slope, golf courses, recreation centre, football and GAA pitches, cycle paths and walking trails - all a stones throw from Tannaghmore Gardens Petting Farm and close to Lough Neagh Nature Reserve.
There are 71+ hotels available in Craigavon. Prices start at $58 USD per night.
It is currently 12:14 PM in Craigavon. Craigavon uses GMT Standard Time and also supports GMT Daylight Time.