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Drumaheglis Marina Caravan Park

36 Glenstall Road, Drumaheglis, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 7QN
Drumaheglis Marina Caravan Park

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Drumaheglis Marina is one of the few and most attractive access points to the Lower River Bann, with superb natural landscapes, making it an idyllic riverside location for cyclists, walkers and water enthusiasts.

Facilities include:

Public access to the River Bann.
State-of-the-art Marina catering for 32 boats with fully serviced overnight berthing facilities.
Boat park, slip way and jetty with floating pontoons

Canoeists are also catered for with the introduction of a new pontoon offering access to the water for both able bodied and disabled users.

Drumaheglis Caravan Park holds a 5* AA rating and enjoys a secluded location on the banks of the Lower River Bann with adjoining marina. The Lower River Bann is an excellent location to indulge in your favourite pastime, be it fishing, sailing or canoeing.

The site is four miles from the town of Ballymoney which has a leisure centre, Memorial Gardens to road racing legends Joey and Robert Dunlop and Ballymoney Museum where you can explore 9000 years of history.

Within a 30 minute drive, visitors can explore the Dark Hedges, the whole arc of beaches and holiday resorts stretching along the Causeway Coast, the fabled Glens of Antrim and the famous Giant’s Causeway World Heritage site.

Facilities at this family friendly site include:

54 hard standing pitches with water/electric
Tent area and 5 glamping cabins
Modern family shower/laundry facilities with disabled access
Safe and accessible children’s area and outdoor gym
Table tennis
Picnic and barbeque areas
Nature walk
Onsite visitor information

Online Booking :https://causewaycoastandglens.campstead.com/drumaheglis-marina-and-caravan-park

Facilities

Catering

  • Cafe

Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Showers
  • Toilets

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Opening Times

* March to October

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