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Seapark Recreation Area

Seapark Road, Holywood, County Down, BT18 0LP
Seapark Recreation Area

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A seafront facility perfect for all the family

Choose from a variety of activities at this bracing seafront facility locally famous as the venue for hosting the annual Seapark Fireworks display in October.

Holywood's main parkland and recreational area has a variety of activities including tennis courts, a bowling green, putting green all bookable via Bangor Sportsplex and there is an enclosed children's playground set in the parkland. The whole area is right on the seafront and has panoramic views overlooking Belfast Lough.

Accessible by car (free car park on site), by foot (approx 15 minutes from town centre) or by train (stop Holywood or Marino).

This is also the starting point of the North Down Coastal Path which runs for 16 miles from Holywood to Portavoe, via Bangor and other delightful areas of beauty.

Please note sections of the coastal path cross private roads and lanes. Please pay attention for traffic and be respectful to land owners.

Seapark and play area open all year.

Facilities are open seasonality: Easter - September. Contact Bangor Sportsplex for more details on (028) 9127 5622.

Price Range: Certain facilities may be charged please telephone for current prices.

Facilities

Catering

  • Picnic Area

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs accepted by arrangement
  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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* Open all year

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