Antrim caravan & holiday parks Static caravans & luxury lodge parks in Antrim

Antrim is a place of surprising wild beauty, rich in wildlife and sprinkled with history and hidden cultural gems. The county is named after its main town, Antrim which sits just a few miles off the coast in the historic province of Ulster and is also home to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.

The main reasons why holiday parks in Antrim are always in very high demand is because there is so much to see and do. From the spectacular Giant's Causeway with its hexagonal rock formations to the pristine countryside and no more so than the Glens of Antrim.

At a glance...
Fabulous beaches
History & culture
UNESCO World heritage site
Mourne mountains
Rolling countryside and walking trails
Medieval castles
Theme parks
Game of Thrones filming locations
Main town - Belfast
Airport - Belfast
giants causeway at sunset in antrim northern ireland

However, Antrim is more than stunning beaches, it is also rich in history and has wonderful countryside with lodge holiday parks hidden away. In fact, over 70% of Antrim is rural with a scenic patchwork of fields, forests and quaint country villages.

Featured holiday parks in Antrim

There are many holiday parks throughout Antrim with a good mix of coastal and country parks. Whether you are looking for a family holiday park with a full suite of on-site facilities or something a little more relaxing where you are surrounded by nature, Antrim has a wide selection of holiday parks to choose from. Many of the caravan and lodge parks offer exceptional on-site facilities such as indoor swimming pools, restaurants, bars and cafes. And when it comes to the holiday accommodation, the hire fleets are typically stocked with the latest models from leading manufacturers which means modern appliances, stylish interiors and eco-friendly.

Things to see & do in Antrim

With stunning beaches, marinas, enchanting villages and pristine countryside, there are plenty of things to see and do for the whole family throughout Antrim.

A few suggestions....
Ruins of Dunluce Castle
Trekking around the Mourne mountains
Walk across the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge 100ft above the Atlantic Ocean
A day on Ballycastle Beach and marina
Spend a day on Rathlin Island
Giant's Causeway
The Dark Hedges - avenue of beach trees
dunluce castle, antrim

Our view on caravan and lodge parks in Antrim

Antrim has always been a very popular tourist destination with so much on offer for all ages. From the rugged coast to rolling countryside, we think Antrim has it all making it a top place to book a holiday rental, whether a static caravan or park lodge.

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