Glenariff Forest Park touring online booking
If you’d like to stay at Glenariff Forest Park in Northern Ireland in a touring vehicle such as a caravan, motorhome, campervan, folding caravan or trailer tent – you can check availability and costs or book online via the green link. There are no facilities for camping tents.
Before you start
In line with regulations, shared facilities on Forest Service camping and caravan sites have reopened. Camping and caravan bookings can be made via the green button below.
Glenariff Forest Park facilities are detailed below, under the heading ‘Additional information’. Pricing can be found at:
Full payment is needed when you make your booking for:
- all one-night stays
- any booking made less than 28 days before date of first arrival
- any bookings where a valid email address is not supplied
For all other bookings and providing a valid email address is supplied, a deposit of £20.00 is needed for each pitch. Pay the balance in full not less than 28 days before date of first arrival.
If you have a balance to pay, you’ll get an email from Forest Service reminding you to pay the balance - contained in this email, is a link that will direct you to where you pay online. Anyone arriving without pre-booking won't be able to enter the site as the entrance is locked.
Book and pay or check availability by following the green link below.
You can find out how any personal information you send to Forest Service when using this service will be handled by viewing their privacy notice.
All caravan pitches are tarmac surfaced, next to grass areas suitable for awnings. There are separate male/ female showers and toilets, plus one fully accessible unisex shower room with toilet including a laundry room. There are also washing and drying machines.
Outdoor activities include several scenic walking trails including the Glenariff Waterfalls and boardwalk which winds through Glenariff Nature Reserve. Other visitor attractions located not too far from Glenariff Forest Park along the Causeway Coastal route include the Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge and a whiskey distillery at Bushmills.