Delamont Country Park Camping & Caravanning Club Site
Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Killyleagh
- +44 28 4482 1833
- Early March - Late October
Alan Rogers Review
Delamont Country Park Camping and Caravanning Club site is currently the only club site in Northern Ireland. The site sits adjacent to the stunning Delamont Country Park in a peaceful, rural location surrounded by mature trees and the rich vegetation of the country park. Facilities on the site itself are excellent and has an orderly, neat and tidy appearance. Reception stands beside the entrance, with the toilet block towards the rear. The 70 hardstanding pitches on level terrain all have electricity, plus water and waste hook-ups. There are a few grass-only pitches and visitors with tents should contact the site. There is no play area on this site, however ball games, kite flying and more can be enjoyed in the park next door where free parking is available for site users.
Non-members are welcome and may join on site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.Delamont
Within the boundaries of Delamont Country Park, it is an idyllic location for those seeking an ‘away from it all’ feel, yet wanting to be within easy reach of major attractions. The country park is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and commands from its highest point breathtaking vistas of Strangford Lough and surrounding countryside.
The single modern toilet block, with heating, has showers, wash cubicles and toilets. Parent and baby room. En-suite facilities for visitors who are disabled. Laundry sinks, washing machine and dryer. Dish washing area. Chemical toilet point. Small shop area selling basics. Gas sales. Information area. Ice pack freezer. Telephone. Wi-Fi on part of site, free. Pets welcome. Dog walk adjacent. No motorhome service point. Adventure playground and miniature railway in country park. Free admittance to country park.
From the north and Belfast, follow A22 southeast to village of Killyleagh. Pass through the village and after 1 mile the site entrance is on the left.
From the south on A1, continue to Hilsborough and turn right onto B177 to Ballynahinch. Now continue on B2 to Downpatrick. Join A22 towards Belfast and Killyleagh the site is on the right just before the village of Killyleagh.Link to campsite location map on google
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