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Local Area

Nestled in the green hills of Castlereagh, Dundonald Touring Park offers a calm and peaceful location for caravanners and campers. The site is located 5 miles from Belfast, providing visitors with the ideal base for exploring the city and the scenic County Down coast.

Distances from Dundonald

  • Belfast City Centre - 5 miles
  • Belfast International Airport - 15 miles
  • George Best Belfast City Airport - 5 miles
  • Giant's Causeway - 48 miles
  • Ballymena - 18 miles
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    Billy Neill MBE Country Park

    2.3 miles

    Billy Neill MBE Country Park is situated between Dundonald and Comber, along the Comber Greenway. 

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    The Hills Bar and Restaurant

    2.5 Miles

    The Hills Bar & Restaurant at Castlereagh Hills Golf Course is a fully licensed bar and restaurant. You can expect excellent customer service, a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and good wholesome cuisine.

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    Comber Greenway

    0.5 Miles

    The Comber Greenway is a picturesque walk connecting the town of Comber with the city of Belfast along the route of a former railway.

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    Moat Park

    1 Mile

    Situated in the heart of Dundonald, the Moat Park offers idyllic walks around the historic Motte as well as provides a valuable link to shops in the village.

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    Stormont Estate

    2 Miles

    Located just five miles outside the city centre and less than 1.5 miles from Dundonald Touring Caravan Park, Stormont Estate offers a variety of walks, suitable for all age groups and walking ability.

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    Connswater Community Greenway Trail Guides

    3.5 Miles

    The Connswater Community Greenway is committed to developing a number of heritage and tourism trails which will encourage visitors and locals to learn about the vast history of the area, to visit the Greenway and to visit east Belfast.

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    Botanic Gardens

    5 Miles

    Belfast’s Botanic Gardens is an important part of the city’s Victorian heritage and a popular meeting and walking spot for residents, students and tourists.

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    Slievenacloy Nature Reserve

    6 Miles

    Looking for a great escape, away from the hustle and bustle of Lisburn city centre? Located in a valley in the Belfast Hills, Slievenacloy Nature Reserve is treasure trove of grassland, meadow and trail walks.

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    Lagan Valley Regional Park

    7 Miles

    Covering 4200 acres and stretching 11 miles between the cities of Lisburn and Belfast, Lagan Valley Regional Park is a must for a gentle afternoon stroll.

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    Wallace Park

    12 Miles

    Located in the heart of Lisburn and covering 25 acres of mature parkland, Wallace Park is ideal for families, with a state-of-the-art children’s play area and a wide variety of gentle walks.

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    Hillsborough Forest

    16 Miles

    Hillsborough Forest is a wonderful place to escape busy city life in a tranquil and unspoilt surrounding. The 200-acre forest is adjacent to the charming Georgian village of Hillsborough as well as the historic Fort.

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    Less than 1 Mile

    Looking for something to do in the evening or can't wait until you get home to see the latest blockbuster, Dundonald's Omniplex is the place to be.

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    Pirates Adventure Golf

    Less than 1 Mile

    Located right beside Dundonald International Ice Bowl, the whole family can enjoy a Florida style adventure golf at Pirates Adventure Golf.

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    Streamvale Open Farm

    Less than 1 Mile

    Streamvale Open Farm was first opened to the public in December 1987 by the Morrow family who have farmed there for nine generations.

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    Titanic Quarter

    5 Miles

    Belfast’s Titanic Quarter is an urban waterfront space located in the heart of the city’s shipping build district.

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    Ulster Museum

    6.5 Miles

    Part of National Museums Northern Ireland, the Ulster Museum is a treasure house of the past and present.

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    Mount Stewart

    11 Miles

    Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership, and is recognised as one of the most beautiful gardens in the world.

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    Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum

    12 Miles

    The Museum aims to collect, safeguard and interpret artefacts and information relating to the Irish linen industry and history of the surrounding area, Lisburn and the Lagan Valley.

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    Lagan Valley LeisurePlex

    12.5 Miles

    Enjoy first class sporting and leisure facilities for every age at Lagan Valley LeisurePlex.

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    Hillsborough Castle and Gardens

    16 Miles

    Recognised as one of the most beautiful and interesting historical properties in Northern Ireland.

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    Orangefield Park

    3 Miles

    Situated three miles from Dundonald Touring Caravan Park, Orangefield Park is a beautiful park, not only with trails suitable for cyclists but other family friendly amenities.

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    Castle Ward

    27 Miles

    Castle Ward is a house of contrasts. One side Gothic, one side classical Palladian - all because of a marital disagreement.

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    Lagan and Lough Cycle Way

    12 Miles

    The Lagan and Lough Cycle Way is a level, 21 mile traffic-free cycle ride or walk connecting Lisburn, Belfast and Jordanstown.

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    Broad Water

    20 Miles

    Broad Water is a four mile cycle/walk towpath between Moira Railway Station and Aghalee and takes cyclists along the route of the original Lagan Canal throughout Soldierstown.

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    Guided Cycling Tours

    25 Miles

    Based at Berwick Hall, a 17th century thatched farm house close to the Georgian village of Moira, Beriwck Hall has belonged to the Wilson family since 1880, with the current owner a keen cyclist. Guided tours at Berwick are geared to suit the level of the

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    The Secret Garden at Dundonald Nurseries

    0.3 Miles

    The Secret Garden Restaurant at Dundonald Nurseries source produce from a broad range of local suppliers and is cooked to order every time, guaranteeing a fantastic, freshly cooked meal.

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    Castlereagh Hills Golf Course

    2 Miles

    Overlooking idyllic views of Strangford Lough and County Down, the course has acquired a well-deserved reputation as a hidden gem golf course in Northern Ireland.

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    Eastpoint Entertainment Village

    0.3 Miles

    Home to an 11-screen cinema, Eastpoint Entertainment Village also offers a wide range of eateries suitable for everyone.

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    Laganview Golf Centre

    10 Miles

    If you’re looking to play a little golf, but don’t have your clubs with you, Laganview Golf Centre is the place to go.

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    Rockmount Golf Club

    10 Miles

    With excellent greens and testing holes over the lake, ponds and steam, this course is a masterpiece for golfers of all standards.

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    Aberdelghy Golf Course

    11.5 Miles

    Aberdelghy Golf Course is a 18-hole Classic course present a challenging and rewarding experience.

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    Temple Golf Club

    12 Miles

    On the outskirts of Lisburn and ten miles from Dundonald Touring Caravan Park, Temple Golf & Country Club is a picturesque 18-hole course

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    Down Royal Park Golf Course

    17 Miles

    Down Royal Park Golf Course is a family friendly golfing complex with three golf course, practice facility, golf academy and full bar and restaurant facilities.

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    Lisburn Golf Club

    18 Miles

    The original plan for the course at Lisburn Golf Club was drawn up on an envelope and it is testament to the architect, Fred Hawtree, that the course remained virtually unaltered from that original sketch to its completion.