Holiday parks in Northern Ireland Glorious beaches, pristine countryside, history & culture

Staycation holidays in Northern Ireland have been growing in popularity with some superb holiday parks to choose from. Whether you are looking for a weekend break or longer, renting a static caravan or holiday home lodge is ideal for families, friends and groups.

There are many holiday parks dotted around the stunning coast and countryside to choose from either for a holiday or to buy a holiday home. Spend time in a beachside resort or country retreat and experience the authentic side and character of this wonderful region. Northern Ireland is blessed with areas of extreme natural beauty such as the Mourne Mountains and the Causeway in Antrim. No matter which holiday park you choose to stay at, you are never far away from some of the best scenic spots in the UK.

With miles of beaches, national parks and countless castles, staying on a caravan or lodge park in Northern Ireland provides the freedom and flexibility to visit all these remarkable places at your own pace.

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Park holiday homes for sale

If you are looking to buy a park holiday home, see our selection of new and pre-owned static caravans for sale on holiday parks throughout Northern Ireland. There is a wide selection of 2 and 3 bedroom caravans and lodges from leading holiday home manufacturers such as Omar, Swift, ABI and Willerby.

Popular holiday regions

Northern Ireland caters for all its visitors throughout the year from the beautiful beaches around the Causeway coast to the relaxing countryside.

Things to see & do in Northern Ireland

Mourne Mountains

If you are looking to see some of Northern Ireland's rugged landscapes whilst on your caravan holiday then the Mourne Mountains are not to be missed. Located in County Down on the south-east coast just 31 miles south of Belfast, they include Slieve Donard, the highest mountain in Northern Ireland standing at 850m.

The mountains are covered by a network of trails that have been named the best walking and mountain biking paths in Northern Ireland.

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Rathlin Island

As Northern Irelands's most northerly point, Rathlin Island is a place of rugged landscapes and unspoilt from mass tourism. It sits 6 miles off the mainland and you can take a ferry from Ballycastle across the Sea of Moyle.

There are some fantastic coastal walks and cycling paths where you can see seals plus from April to July, it is puffin season. At the harbour, there is a pub, restaurant and gift shop.

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Giant's Causeway, Antrim

No visit to Northern Ireland would be complete without seeing the Giant's Causeway. This incredible rock formation on the fabulous coast of Antrim, consists of around 40,000 interlocking hexagonal basalt columns created during a volcanic eruption 60 Million years ago. The area is a World Heritage site sitting alongside Mount Everest and the Dolomites in Italy.

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Our view on park holidays in Northern Ireland

From coastal retreats to pristine countryside and rolling hills, renting a static caravan or lodge on a holiday park in Northern Ireland is the perfect staycation holiday. If you are travelling as a family, there is a wide choice of holiday parks to choose from. Whatever your budget, renting a caravan or lodge in Northern Ireland is the ideal choice for a weekend break, romantic escape or family holiday.

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