Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council announces changes to Holiday and Leisure Park arrangements


Following advice from the Public Health Agency and considering the health and safety of staff and customers, Causeway Coast and Glens has announced changes to the operation of Council’s Holiday & Leisure Parks to combat the spread of COVID-19.


This weekend, Friday 20th-Sunday 22nd  March, all parks will be remain open for all customers. Facilities including toilets and showers will remain open. Please note wash and laundry rooms, recreation halls and play areas will be closed.


From Monday, 23th March, the only facility being provided will be sluice rooms to cater for touring and seasonal caravans.  From this date, unfortunately it will not be possible to accommodate customers in tents and pods.  Any pre-bookings in relation to pitches or pods will be refunded.


Further details are available from the Park Warden. Please note that staff will avoid all unnecessary contact with customers, restricting communication to telephone and email.


All facilities are being kept under review and Council will plan to re-open all amenities to the public at the earliest safe opportunity.


The affected sites are Cushendall Holiday Park, Cushendun Holiday Park, Drumaheglis Marina And Caravan Park, Carrick Dhu Holiday Park, Juniper Hill Caravan Park and Benone Holiday & Leisure Park.

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