Omagh Stag Do Guide

Stag Do Omagh

Omagh is the largest stag party town in County Tyrone, located near it’s fellow towns, Cookstown and Dungannon. It may come as a surprise but for many years omagh was not know as a hotspot for stag parties. It wasn’t until the the town seen it’s nightlife completely overhauled in the mid 2000’s that the town became alive with stag parties. The place is now buzzing and attracts a wealth of weekend party goers from all over Northern Ireland and beyond. Any stag visiting Omagh for a stag night can expect steeped streets full of popular bars, action packed activities, scenic attractions and a selection of quality stag accommodation to recharge the stag batteries.

It is well known that the most successful stag parties often kick off with a full on stag activity to get the lads in stag party mode! In Omagh the activities on offer cannot really get much better! Stags can choose from fast track go karting, paintballing, canoeing, archery, mountain biking, banana boating, quad biking and the challenge of 4 x 4 off–road driving. For the thrill seeker who enjoys living on the wild side there is a ‘drop zone’ in the nearby village of Ballygawley which allows stags to free fall a whopping 30 feet. For any stag that boasts they could drive with their eyes closed, how about putting them to the challenge with some extreme off road driving... blindfolded?! It will certainly take skill and test their manhood! At this famous adventure centre thunderous belly laughter can also be enjoyed on the rodeo bull challenge. Thrill seekers that like to be different should head over to Newtownstewart, County Tyrone to try their hand at husky dog trekking. It sure is a unique activity and one for the stag hall of fame!

Any stag do into their golf can tee off at Omagh Golf Club or choose from one of the golf courses in nearby Fintona, Baronscourt, Trillick and Sion Mills, County Tyrone. It may not be on every stag itinerary but any stag that wants to pick up some trendy menswear should explore Omagh, High Street, the Main Street Mall, Great Northern Road Retail Park and the Showgrounds Retail Park.

When in Omagh it may be difficult to decide where to dine due to the range of busy restaurants, bistros and cafes on offer. Choose from authentic Indian dishes to traditional Irish flare, quality pub grub to Italian delights! With a belly full of food its time to dance it off before retuning to your chosen accommodation. Omagh has one main hotel with a number of bed and breakfasts, cottages and apartments to select from.

Stag Night Omagh

Omagh really does come into a league of its own when it comes to nightlife! Pubs of all sizes and styles are ready and waiting to get the stag party started! While the steep town centre streets are lined with great eateries and other popular drinkeries full of party-goers from all over Tyrone, Fermanagh and Derry. With a list as long as your arm of potential ways to spend the stag night, you certainly cant really go wrong with Omagh.

Main Street, Omagh is the most recent edition to the stag line up with its continental outdoor vibe. Stags are allowed to carry their pints from one bar to the next. That’s if there is anything left in the glass of course. For those that want to throw their swagger they can do so in the modern and luxurious nightclubs which await for hardcore partying. While luxury stags can hire the VIP lounge and splash the cash on champagne and cocktails.

Omagh Stag Do Ideas

Stags visiting Omagh for a stag weekend should consider exploring the unique landscapes that Tyrone has to offer. The Ulster American Folk Park is in fact one of the UK’s top visitor attractions telling the story of Irish emigration. For any stag that craves some fresh air after a night on the booze, head for the Sperrins for a walk around the Sperrin Mountains. At the foothill of the Sperrin Mountains is An Creagán Visitor Centre which provides alternative stag activities from clay pigeon shooting to traditional music sessions. Located outside Omagh, is the Gortin Glen Forest Park which allows adventurous stags to mountain bike and orienteer.

Omagh Facts

The largest town in County Tyrone is the county town of Omagh.

Jurassic Park actor Sam Neill was born in Omagh, County Tyrone
 In 1995 silver and gold was found in the bogs of Omagh.