Holiday Parks Northern Ireland

Northern Irish Holiday parks give you easy access to a diverse range of attractions, from the legendary Giant's Causeway to the lively streets of Belfast. Whether you're looking for serene nature or rich history, you'll find it here.

From the Giant’s Causeway to the Mourne Mountains

A holiday home on a caravan park in Northern Ireland opens up a treasure trove of natural beauty, offering everything from rugged coastlines to tranquil lakes.

Discover the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famed for its unique hexagonal basalt columns formed by ancient volcanic activity. It's a must-see for any visitor.

The Mourne Mountains offer spectacular hiking opportunities, with stunning vistas over valleys and coastline. Don't miss Silent Valley, where you can wander through pristine landscapes and enjoy a peaceful picnic.

Lough Neagh, the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles, is perfect for boating, fishing, and birdwatching. The surrounding wetlands are teeming with wildlife, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts.

Picturesque beaches and coastal towns

A holiday park in Northern Ireland gives you easy access to some of the most picturesque beaches and coastal towns.

Visit Portrush, a charming seaside town known for its golden sands and vibrant atmosphere. It's a hotspot for surfing and family fun.

The beautiful beaches of Portstewart offer long stretches of soft sand and dramatic dunes, ideal for a relaxing day by the sea.

Explore the hidden gem of Whiterocks Beach, where limestone cliffs and sea caves provide a stunning backdrop for your coastal adventure.

Explore Northern Irish towns and cities

Wherever your static caravan site is in Northern Ireland, you'll have plenty of captivating towns and cities to explore.

Belfast, the capital city, is a dynamic hub of culture and history. Visit the Titanic Belfast museum, enjoy the lively arts scene, and dine in its award-winning restaurants.

Londonderry, a city steeped in history, is known for its intact 17th-century walls. Walk the walls for panoramic views and explore the vibrant local markets and festivals.

For a quaint and picturesque experience, visit the town of Armagh, with its stunning twin cathedrals and rich archaeological sites.

Activities for everyone

You'll never run out of things to do with a static caravan on a Northern Irish holiday park.

Golf enthusiasts can tee off at one of the many world-class courses, including Royal County Down, renowned for its challenging links and breathtaking scenery.

Anglers will find plenty of spots for lake, river, and sea fishing, with opportunities to catch salmon, trout, and other local fish species.

Step back in time with a visit to the Ulster American Folk Park, where you can experience life during the emigration era. Or, explore the ancient ruins of Dunluce Castle perched dramatically on the cliffs.

Families will love a trip to the famous Giant's Lair and the nearby Slieve Gullion Forest Park, offering enchanted trails and outdoor adventure play areas.