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Whitehill Caravans

County Antrim, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • A family friendly caravan park in the beautiful Glens of Antrim
  • Minutes away from the iconic Carnlough Harbour
  • Free showers and wifi, laundry available for a small cost
from £25.00 per night

Deighans Caravans

County Londonderry, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • Situated next to Benone Beach
  • Multiple recipient of the European Blue Flag and Seaside Award
  • Magnificent back drop of mountain and cliff scenery

Carrick Dhu Caravan Park

County Antrim, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • Perfectly located for exploring the famous coastline
  • 20min walk from the seaside resort of Portrush
  • Views of the Atlantic Ocean can be enjoyed from the Park
from £21.00 per night

Dungannon Park

County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • A 70 acre oasis centred around an idyllic stillwater lake
  • Only 2 miles from Dungannon town centre
  • All the facilities you will need for a comfortable stay

Cushendall Caravan Park

County Antrim, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • On the stunning Antrim coastline with views across the North Channel
  • Purpose built Glamping cabins available for more luxury
  • Designated play area fenced off and away from the main caravan park

Six Mile Water Caravan Park

County Antrim, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • On the tranquil and scenic shores of Lough Neagh
  • Close proximity to Larne and Belfast Harbours
  • Ideal base for touring the Borough of Antrim and Northern Ireland

Drumaheglis Marina Caravan Park

County Antrim, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • 55 touring pitches along the river bank surrounded by natural woodland
  • A slipway, boat park and marina with overnight berthing facilities
  • Perfect for fishing, sailing or canoeing enthusiasts

Kilbroney Caravan Park

County Down, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • Surrounded by 97 acres of beautiful forest and parkland
  • Onsite café with views across the parkland
  • many things to do and places to see including hiking to the Cloughmore

Juniper Hill Caravan Park

County Londonderry, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • Between Carrick Dhu Caravan Park and the seaside town of Portstewart
  • Just across the road from the coastal walks and rock pools
  • Wake up to a beautiful coastal view of the North Atlantic Ocean
from £21.00 per night

Jordanstown Loughshore Park

County Antrim, Northern Ireland Show on map

  • On the edge of Belfast Lough
  • Panoramic views from Belfast to Bangor
  • Ideal base to explore Belfast, the Causeway Coastal Route and more

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland camping has many surprises in store, not least the huge sandy surfing beaches that you’ll probably have all to yourself. Hit the open road in your campervan or caravan and enjoy the stunning natural beauty, heritage and culture that this beautiful area has to offer.

Camping near Belfast attractions

Pick your campsite in Northern Ireland then head out exploring. Belfast, the capital of this pint-sized country, has magnificent architecture and history bound up in shipbuilding. Take a tour of the cathedral, City Hall, Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens in Queen’s Quarter. Spend a day at Titanic Belfast, a multi-storey interactive visitor experience in an iconic building that sits on the original site of Harland and Wolff shipyard. Learn about Belfast in its boom, take a look inside the replica shipyard, see the lavishly furnished cabins of luxury liners and follow the RMS Titanic on that fateful maiden voyage.

If you opt for glamping accommodation in Northern Ireland, you can spend time in Belfast’s famous St George’s Market - it’s quite an experience! Listen to buskers and pick up foodie treats to take back to your serviced campsite or caravan park in the beautiful Northern Ireland countryside. Relax on your private deck beneath the starry sky or wallow in your own private hot tub in steamy warmth.

Belfast has a host of museums including the Ulster Folk Museum, Transport Museum and Ulster American Folk Park where costumed guides tell the story of mass emigration to America during the 1840s Great Famine.

Beautiful beaches on the Antrim Coast

On your adventurous camping trip in Northern Ireland, explore the north coast of County Antrim including the Giant’s Causeway with its amazing basalt pillars. Bushmills Distillery, the NT Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Portrush Beach are just some of the highlights along the Causeway Coastal Route. Stay in a lakeside holiday park with hobbit huts and lodges or enjoy camping on a farm park in Northern Ireland, close to Benone Beach.

Head south and west on your camping staycation in Northern Ireland, dropping in at small towns and villages such as Portstewart and Rostrevor. You’ll see many ruined castles, golf courses, gardens, mountains and loughs. Book a caravan park or campsite with serviced pitches near Ballypatrick Forest Park or Glenariff and enjoy cascading waterfalls, lush valleys and scenic forest trails.

Things to do when camping in Northern Ireland

Spend time exploring the busy town of Derry from a glamping pod, yurt or quirky caravan. Explore the historic river port before moving on to enjoy fishing and boating on Lough Erne or Strangford Lough.

The Mourne Mountains are a popular camping destination for walkers and climbers in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Shepherd’s huts and glamping bell tents provide a welcome retreat after a tiring trek. Rock climbing, abseiling, coasteering, horse riding and watersports can be found near most Northern Ireland caravan parks and some campsites offer bicycle hire, kayaks and fishing gear. The Loughshore Cycling Trail is one of several cycle routes for keen mountain bikers.

Families will find stunning sandy beaches on the doorstep of their caravan park or campsite in Northern Ireland. Explore the dunes, spot butterflies and seabirds along with seals and dolphins playing just offshore.

With so many different things to do from campsites in Northern Ireland, you could be staying a while!

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