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More glens? Yes please...You’ll be belting out the lyrics of Green Glens of Antrim as soon as you set eyes on this park, set in an Area of Outstanding Beauty in one of the nine Antrim glens. Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park is between Ballintoy and Ballycastle, in prime position for some of the most eye-watering scenery in the country – we’re tempted to say ‘in the world’ here, but then we’re biased…
It’s a whopper of a park at 95 acres and there are several different camping areas available, so you can pitch up with the kids or hide away with your other half in a romantic corner to take in the viewpoints across to Rathlin Island, the Mull of Kintyre or Isla. Either way, we expect to hear Green Glens of Antrim being softly crooned to your loved ones – and dog – for as long as you can get away with. Newbies are well catered for: just ask the very friendly owners if you need help with your van, tent or how to pick something to do from the vast range of activities in the area if you’re using the park as your touristy base at any time of the year.
Northern Ireland is fab for fishing but anglers won’t have to go too far with the fly fishing lake right on site, before trying some champ in the restaurant and settling in for the night in the Glenmore bar. If your family or suffering other half are threatening divorce as you sing Green Glens of Antrim yet again, they’ll be easily pacified: the two young women resident at the park are members of the traditional Irish band Tir na Og and can usually be persuaded to give a few songs and tunes any night. Harmony reigns.
Strictly no noise or barbecues after 11pm.
Stag and hen dos not accepted.