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Carnfunnock Country Park, Larne
(4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Carnfunnock Country Park is a 191 hectare park located between Drains Bay and Ballygally, near Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is situated on the A2 Antrim Coast Road, 3.5 miles north of Larne. The park consists of mixed woodland, colourful gardens, walking trails and spectacular coastline with panoramic views of the Antrim Coast and North Channel. and is owned and run by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council.FeaturesThe walled garden with its unique sundials and wooden sculptures is open all year round along with a maritime themed outdoor adventure playground, golf driving range and academy, way-marked walks, orienteering course, geocaching, wildlife garden, public toilets and picnic sites. The Cafe also operates at weekends throughout the year and there is a Parkrun every Saturday morning (subject to ground conditions). 1st Carnfunnock Scouts, which belongs to The Scout Association, was formed in October 2015 and meets regularly throughout the year.From March / April to October there are attractions to suit all ages: a maze in the shape of Northern Ireland, a family fun zone with miniature railway, bouncy castle, bungee run, remote control boats / trucks, WOW balls, bungee trampolines and 18 hole mini golf course; a children's activity centre with snack stop, face painting / glitter tattoos and outdoor games including putting and table tennis; a touring caravan park and camp site; 9 hole golf course; barbecue areas and a modern visitor centre with gift shop. Have a go archery is also available at weekends from Easter to September. The park also offers a fun packed programme of events running from Easter to October, including band concerts within the Walled Garden amphitheatre, every Sunday during June, July and August.
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  • Heard good reports about the restaurant so thought we would give it a try, we weren't disappointed. I am a steak man so could not go past this on the menu. We each ordered the Rid-Eye with all the tri...  more »
  • Came to here as part of a longer walk - the were preparing the park for a special Halloween event that evening but the cafe still did us proud if a bit slow in terms of service. Had been to the park a...  more »
  • Caravan site with exceptional walks. Book early in the year though as there are only a handfull of pitches. 
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  • Country Park is a great place to go for a nice leisurely walk. On a nice clear day the cafe is a great stop to sit outside and enjoy a coffee while admiring the views out to sea. Cafe is reasonably priced also. The play park areas are great for kids young and old(er) and on a nice day have giant jenga, connect 4, and draughts out for kids to play.
  • Country park is lovely, long walks required to pack it all in. Caravan park is quiet and well maintained. Excellent play park facilities!
  • Brilliant place to bring your kids for he day. It has a very good park and has loads of activities including mini golf and trampolines. There is also a big walk up in the hills.
  • We camped for two nights & thoroughly enjoyed it. Good facilities & nice views from the tent area. When you camp you also get a car park pass for the park which is a nice touch.
  • Fantastic play park for kids and more activities open in summer.