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Dundonald Touring Caravan Park

Dundonald, County Antrim


Dundonald Touring Caravan Park

Dundonald, County Antrim

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City Break with the family? Then where else to stay but Dundonald Touring Caravan Park. You can be sure that the kids will stay entertained throughout their stay, with Ice Skating, Ten-Pin Bowling, Indiana Land, Clip N Climb, Pirates adventure golf, Omniplex Cinema, Laser Tag, Streamvale Open Farm and much much more, all situated close by.

The Caravan Park itself is small and sits in a secluded location. Just 20 minutes from Belfast city centre, Dundonald Touring Caravan Park will suit those wishing to explore Belfast and the surrounding area. All caravan/motorhome pitches are hard standing with electric hook-up.

Booking Arrangements

Opening Dates

The campsite is open from 24th March - 1st November

General Information

You will be able to pick your own pitch when booking online.

Arrivals from 2pm, Departures by 12noon.

Maximum Stays

7 consecutive night's

Facilities & Amenities

Essential Facilities

Modern toilet/shower block

Laundry room

Indoor dishwashing facilities

Recreational Facilities

Olympic size ice rink

Tenpin bolwing centre

Indiana Land adventure playworld

Pirates adventure golf


Clip N Climb

Battlefield Sports (Indoor Laser)

Shops & Restaurants

Many restaurants nearby

Grocery Store (0.7 Miles)

Pharmacy (1 Mile)

Attractions & Amenities

Stormont Estate / Parliament Buildings (1.4 Miles)

Comber Greenway (7 mile traffic free greenway)

Streamvale Open Farm (0.8 Miles)


Map & Location

Campsite Address

111 Dundonald Road, Belfast, Co Down, BT16 1XT

Contact Details

Telephone: +44 (0) 2890 809101


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Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

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Walks Nearby

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Carnmoney Hill

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