The Causeway Coastal Route covers eighty miles of coastline across two counties, beginning in Belfast in the south-east of Antrim and ending in the Walled City of Derry in County Londonderry, in the north-west.
Dominating the North-western landscapes of Ireland, astride the flowing waters of the Foyle, is a 6th Century city that today resonates to the sounds of the 21st Century.
Based at Ballyness you can easily drive to Northern Ireland's newest tourist attraction. The Gobbins is just 1 hours drive away and you can book tickets at Ballyness before going.
Take the train to Belfast from Ballymoney or Coleraine or a very easy drive to the city. And you can be back to Ballyness by teatime.
The North Coast has so much to offer the whole family, no one will be bored!! Whether you want a quiet family day out strolling along one of our magnificent beaches or go completely crazy and jump of a cliff into the sea... whether you are 8 months, 8 years or 80 years, you will be glad you came to Ballyness.
Playing a Northern Ireland links course is an experience like no other. That edge of the world feeling, with nothing between you and Iceland but a thousand miles of Atlantic surf, a bracing wind that can turn from ally to adversary in a second, and immense sand dunes hiding all manner of pitfalls and possibilities.
Park the car or motorhome up for a few days - you won't need it to enjoy yourself on the North Coast. The Causeway Rambler bus service calls at the park from May to September and there are several excellent walks and cycleways from Ballyness.
The grass is always greener on the other side. This is due to the fact that occasionally we would get a short spell of rain at Ballyness!!! But that won't dampen your spirits, there is still so much to see and do.