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- 95-acre park in one of the nine glens of Antrim
- Views towards Rathlin Island, Islay and the Mull of Kintyre
- Traditional music, bar, restaurant and fly fishing
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 – you might be tempted to say ‘in the world’ when you see it…
Glenmore is a whopper of a park at 95 acres and there are several different pitching 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 Islay. Newbies are well catered for: just ask the very friendly owners if you need help with your van or 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 great for fishing but anglers won’t have to go too far with the fly fishing lake right on site stocked with brown and rainbow trout, before trying some champ in the restaurant and settling in for the night in the Glenmore bar. If you're new to fly fishing, lessons are available and guests can hire rods.
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…
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Nice little break here, would return.
Great location in the Glens, near Ballintoy, great p
Good access to attractions. Facilities need refurbishment.
Tidy site, friendly welcome & fabulous view. Facilities clean
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Electric car charging point(s)
Gas cylinders available
No drinkable water point
No hot water
No running water
Dog walk nearby
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Both Ballintoy and Ballycastle are on the coast road to Giant’s Causeway, the alleged stomping ground of giant Finn McCool and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Make a day of it by quivering across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (don’t look down) and calm your nerves afterwards with a toddy and a tour at Bushmills Distillery.
Ballycastle is the ferry point for Rathlin Island, six miles off the coast. This RSPB reserve and tiny island is a must-see: get the Puffin Bus to the west coast to peer at the colourful critters up close, then stroll south to see the seals and the ruined stone cottages from days of yore.
For day trips, the seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart are where many Northern Irish folk meander to on a sunny day: Barry’s Amusements in Portrush is an institution, and Portstewart has to be visited for a roll down the sand dunes.
- Giant's Causeway, Antrim, Northern Ireland (8.0 miles)
- Carrick-a-Rede (1.9 miles)
- Giant's Causeway (8.0 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Permitted arrival/departure time
|Camping and touring|
|Arrive:||12 p.m. –||9 p.m.|
|Depart by:||11:30 a.m.|
|Arrive:||12 p.m. –||Anytime|
|Depart by:||11:30 a.m.|
Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park cancellation policy
Balance refunds: no penalties
The site is not liable for any refund in the event of force majeure.
No refunds/discounts for inclement weather, late arrivals or early departures.
If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.
Please note that your deposit is paid to Pitchup.com and is non-refundable.
Deposit transferable during COVID-19.
The remainder is payable direct to Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park on arrival.
The damage/cleanliness/bracelet deposit required on arrival can only be paid for in cash.Deposit transferable during COVID-19. During COVID-19 you can transfer your deposit to a future stay booked within 3 months of your arrival date. Read more.
Payment methods accepted on the parkCash
Terms and conditionsSite booking terms and conditions
- How much is payable upfront? A 15% transferable deposit is payable when you book, with the balance payable on arrival. Read more
- Does Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park? Both Ballintoy and Ballycastle are on the coast road to Giant’s Causeway, the alleged stomping ground of giant Finn McCool and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Make a … Read more
- When can I check in and check out of Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park?
Camping and touring Arrive: 12 p.m. – 9 p.m. Depart by: 11:30 a.m. On-site accommodation Arrive: 12 p.m. – Anytime Depart by: 11:30 a.m.