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Caravan Parks to Reopen from 1 July

Jordanstown Loughshore and Six Mile Water Caravan Parks to reopen on 1 July.

Following the welcome news from the Northern Ireland Executive that tourist accommodation sites are permitted to open, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council is pleased to announce the reopening of its caravan parks, both of which enjoy a 5* rating from Tourism Northern Ireland.
 
From 1 July, the sites in Antrim and Jordanstown will reopen to self-contained caravans and motorhomes, however the communal facilities will remain closed and kept under review.
 
In addition, the slipways at Antrim Lough Shore Park will also reopen. Situated on the shores of Lough Neagh, the park attracts people from across the region who come to enjoy a range of watersports. 
 
Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman John Smyth said;

“I am pleased that we have been able to further lift these restrictions that have been in place as a result of covid-19. Close to ferry ports and major arterial routes, our caravan parks are ideal for exploring not only the Borough of Antrim and Newtownabbey but all of Northern Ireland. Tourism is an important sector for our local economy and along with the reopening of the slipways we look forward to welcoming these visitors back to our Borough this summer.”

 
For more information or to book one of our caravan sites visit https://visitantrimandnewtownabbey.com/caravanparks

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