Causeway Coast Holiday Park Ballycastle, Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT54 6DB (Location map)

***OO 3/5 based on 8 user reviews of Causeway Coast Holiday Park

Causeway Coast Holiday Park in Northern Ireland is situated on the Causeway Coast, amongst the Glens of Antrim on a mature 28 acre park at Ballycastle.

Partially wooded, the elevated site commands breath-taking views over Ballycastle Bay’s sandy beaches, and out towards the cliffs of Fair Head, Rathlin Island and Scotland.
The park itself nestles in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, boasting a comprehensive range of facilities for all the family.

Whilst your needs are more than catered for at Causeway Coast Holiday Park, it would be a shame not to take advantage of all this beautiful and diverse area has to offer. Obviously the Giant’s Causeway is a must for its stunning geological formations and fabled tales, but for the more adventurous amongst you, canoeing, mountain biking, pony trekking, tennis and fishing, are all at hand. A round at the championship Royal Port Rush course would be a treat for any golfer!

Belfast is under an hour away by car, and the rejuvenation of this City into a cosmopolitan shopping and recreation centre is quite remarkable, and certainly worth a visit.


21 Clare Road
Antrim, Northern Ireland
United Kingdom
BT54 6DB

Nearby Recreation

  • Beach
  • Boat launch
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse Riding
  • Sailing
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Tennis
  • Games Room
  • TV Room
  • Snooker/Pool

Close to Giants Causeway, Glens of Antrim and Rathlin Island

Motorhome pitchesYes
Tent pitchesno
Touring pitches49£19.95-£25.90
Seasonal pitchesYes
Serviced pitchesYes
For rentNo.Price
Holiday homes10£170.00-£655.00
Residential homesno
Holiday homesYes
Residential homesno
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30 Sep 2012: rlh1981 from Gwent reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

We went over for a four night / five day stay in September - it was dreadful.

Stayed in a two bed apartment. Very run down. Whole place stunk of cigaretts, ash all over the place, cigarett flower beds in the bath room. Coffee cup stains on the sides in the kitchen etc....etc...

Kettle didn't work. No back or batteries to the TV remote. Staff really not helpful or even remotely apologetic for the state of the rooms.

Bedding was filthy and stained - sofas were so dirty we didn't even want to sit on them as they just made you feel dirty.

Would NEVER go to a Hagans park again based on our experience.

: September in 2012


25 Feb 2012: Reviewer11 from Antrim reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

Went to visit with my friend and her family and it was truly brilliant.
Sure, a few rowdy boys and girls might be visiting, but their not worth complaining about as they're not much bother, and they don't go near you anyway.
They play park has been there for ages, so as you can tell it is nice and sturdy, as while I was taking my niece in law there, she loved it. They swimming pool- My goodness. Warm water, hard showers and very sanitary changing rooms. You can hire or cycle your bike around the place for a bit of exercise, they Lamma Games room is lovely and they have their own forest walk right at the back of it!! Their are shops just over the road, and the Giants Causeway just 20 Minutes from the place. On your way back to Belfast, you come across a lovely Petting Zoo, very cheap and lovely to visit.
This was a great stay and highly recommended.

: August in 2011


23 Aug 2011: sharenskee from n ireland reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

Stayed in the park for a week in the chalets. We all had a brilliant time, even my fussy teenagers. The staff really went out of their way to assist us and it was very peaceful, no noise at all unlike what other reviews have said. The site is well maintained. Had a nosey at some of the rental caravans and I have to say they were immaculate. The bar staff were also really friendly. I loved staying there so much that I now want to buy a caravan on site.

: August in 2001


2 Aug 2011: malcolmph from Donegal/Ireland reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

we booked this in advance via their website was all went smoothly.

we arrived at reception and the staff were very helpful giving us an information pack and our pitch allocation.

we drove to the pitch and this is were it all went wrong.(pitch 19)

The pitch was squeezed into a corner making it almost impossible to get our caravan into place and only for the fact that the pitch opposite was vacant we would have had to request a new pitch. The electric hook-ups were to the front of the pitches and there was one outlet piller with 4 outlets for electric, but this meant that the electric hook up lead would have run past the front of other caravans and would have been driven over by cars.

a family from another pitch also decided to play football in the 2 vacant pitches beside us with their ball hitting the van on several occasions.

The toilet blocks were ok, but that is as much as i can say about them.

The playpark is also run down with broken swings and rockers.

we didn't try the pool, so can't comment.

The whole site is run down. The waste rubbish area was exactly that with more rubbish on the ground than in the bins.

Overall I would find it very hard to recommend and i certainly would not come here again.

In short - there are much better parks close by.

: July in 2011


2 May 2009: jane231273 from lincolnshire reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

hi there well ive just got back from aweek in the campsite and i thought the place was execellent we enjoyed our selves and everybody was so polite adn made us feel welcome . as for the mobs well there wasnt any and the noise was that it well not alot to complain about really cos there wsant any . yes i would go back and the only thing is that i would have to have longer there to see every thing that i wanted to as three days isnt long enough.
Silvercliffs Holiday Village, Bally Castle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland


21 Jul 2008: tammy01 from Down reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

Have just spent 5 days in this park and I really enjoyed it. Its great for families. Entertainment most nights and catered for all ages. Read the other reviews and I have to disagree. I didnt see any run down statics. They must have been all taken away. The shop was open. The only point I would have to make is that the main gates are locked from 11 to 9 and there is no access out by car in the event of someone taking ill. I would definitely go back.


2 Oct 2007: bren reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

Dear caravanners,
this is a place to avoid. Its run down full of statics some rotten shop closed end of September, cafe closed, wash rooms no comment, laundry Where?. There is a pub on site and that makes for a very noisy night with drunken youths . only thing is the swimming pool. in all very poor


14 Apr 2007: jmax from fife reviewed Causeway Coast Holiday Park

Truly dreadful.
Derelict, filthy shower block with slats for windows. Experienced difficulty actually having shower due to the fact that if 1 person uses the female showers there is no chance of the poor gents getting any water.
Site full of statics and youths marauding the site till late.
No facilities for meals when we visited - don't think I'd bother anyway. Waiting for partial refund.
On plus side - indoor swimming pool with slides & playpark for kids. Ballycastle town just down hill - lovely.


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This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer