Fairy Water Bogs are privately owned and are not open to public access
Fairy Water Bogs SAC is a series of four relatively intact active-raised lowland bogs in the Drumquin area of Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. The bogs are interspersed with agricultural land, and within the bogs there are areas of transition mire and quaking bog. This SAC is considered the most important concentration of lowland bogs in Northern Ireland.
The broader landscape used to be a hotspot for breeding waders, such as curlew, which are now in severe decline across the UK and Ireland.