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Ballymacrea Touring Caravan Park, Portrush
Ballymacrea Touring Caravan Park,
220 Ballybogey Road,
Tel: 028 7082 4507
A short drive takes you into the small town of Portrush and a bit further to Portstewart. There are good shops in both towns, especially for ice cream and also a good variety of resturants. Also the larger towns of Coleraine and Ballymoney are within easy reach, both have large supermarkets, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury.
Because of where Ballymacrea is situated you need to use you car to get about, but it is not far from the main attractions of this beautiful part of Northern Ireland.
A lot of events take place, in the area,the biggest one is the NW200 motorcycle races which are held in May. There is also an airshow in September. Boating events, a raft race, various forms of entertainment and fireworks displays are also held during the summer months.
Very close to all the amenities of the North Coast
- Giant's Causeway, Antrim, Northern Ireland
- Portrush Whiterocks Beach & Portrush East Strand Beach
The Whiterocks beach, which is terrific, is very close, you could walk to it, although the road into it is very steep. It is used a lot by surfers and has outdoor shower facilities in the car park. There are a number of great beaches within a few miles of the site, some you can drive your car onto and park.
Quiet rural location, family run park set in the grounds of Ballymacrea House outside Portrush.
Open 17 March - 31 October
45 spaces for motor/touring caravans.
There is a family / disabled shower room with toilet large shower and wash hand basin. Showers take tokens and you certainly got plenty of time.
Most of the pitches are hardstanding on gravel, which need strong pegs for awnings and a lot of them are fully services with EHU, water and drainage. There are a few which are hardstanding with grass to the side. There is a concrete area that is used mostly by motorhomes.
There is a room that has a pool table and table tennis table, also there is a large grassy area for the kids to play ball games.
On B62 Ballymoney to Portrush Road (Ballybogey Road). Approximately 1.5 miles to Portrush, signposted at junction to Ballyholme Road.
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