Ballyness is immaculately cared for and is designed with conservation in mind. In keeping with the surrounding countryside, it is extensively planted with native trees and shrubs. A pathway encircles several ponds which attract local wildlife and birds. The overall appearance of this eight-hectare park with its black stone pillared entrance gate and broad tarmac drive is attractive. There are 50 hardstanding pitches all with electricity (16A), water and drainage. Privately owned caravan holiday homes are placed away from the touring pitches.
The village of Bushmills, with its famous whiskey distillery, is within walking distance. The Giant’s Causeway and the majestic Antrim coast are only a short drive. There is a 'Causeway Rambler' bus stop on the site.