Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in County Antrim

Country Antrim in Northern Island offers caravaners isolated rugged landscapes and delicious food along side quaint and pretty fishing villages filled with local. Another attraction of Antrim are the nine Glens that line the coast, Glenarm, Glencloy, Glenariff, Glenaan, Glencorp, Glenshesk, Glentaisie, Glenballyeamon, Glendun that boast numerous woods, waterfalls, riverside paths, forest parks and a number of spectacular view points.

Antrim is also home to Northern Ireland’s biggest tourist attraction - the Giant's Causeway, a unique landscape and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Irish legend says that the Causeways were carved by the giant Finn McCool, whereas factually the intense volcanic intense volcanic activityactivities in the area lead to the formation of polygonal and hexagonal columns that form the Causeway. Caravaners should keep an eye of for fulmar, petrel, cormorant, shag, redshank guillemot and razor bill birds as they are all known to occupy the area.

Adrenaline caravan junkies can also find the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge in Antrim. Originally used by local fishermen to check their salmon nets, the bridge is now an exhilarating tourist attraction that stands over a 23 metre deep and 20 metre wide chasm. Carrick-a-Rede also boasts an exhilarating rope bridge experience. Traditionally fishermen erected the bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island over a 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm to check their salmon nets. Today visitors are drawn here simply to take the rope bridge challenge! Carrick-a-Rede also boasts an exhilarating rope bridge experience. Traditionally fishermen erected the bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island over a 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm to check their salmon nets. Today visitors are drawn here simply to take the rope bridge challenge! Carrick-a-Rede also boasts an exhilarating rope bridge experience. Traditionally fishermen erected the bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island over a 23m-deep and 20m-wide chasm to check their salmon nets. Today visitors are drawn here simply to take the rope bridge challenge!

In contrast Antrim also offers caravaners an insight into the madness of the thriving, vibrant and creative city that is Belfast. Explore the city that created the titanic, is home to Napoleon’s nose, the Lyric theatre and the shopping centre Victoria Square.

Antrim is also known for fulmar, petrel, cormorant, shag, redshank guillemot and razorbill being frequently observedintense volcanic activityintense volcanic activityintense volcanic activitypolygonal columns of layered basaltintense volcanic activityBushmills, who produces whiskey, and Portrush which is a popular seaside resort and night-life area. Other towns that caravners can explore are Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne, Lisburn Newtownabbey.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in County Antrim