Castlereagh Borough Council aims to fulfil the objectives of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, which includes;
It is envisaged that these objectives will be achieved through our tourist facilities within the Borough.
- Attracting Visitors - 'Marketing the best to promote the rest'
- Business Enhancement - 'Working together to deliver our promises'
- Communicating Effectively - 'One voice' tourism
Dundonald Leisure Park
The new developments at Dundonald Leisure Park will create one of Northern Ireland's premiere sport, entertainment and tourist attractions with Dundonald International Ice Bowl, Dundonald Touring Caravan Park, adventure golf, laser combat activity, a scheduled eight screen cinema complex, associated ancillary facilities and a possible hotel and restaurants located on site.
Dundonald Touring Caravan Park
Situated in Dundonald Leisure Park, Dundonald Touring Caravan Park is a 4 star Northern Ireland Tourist Board approved site, which offers a calm and peaceful location for caravaners and campers. Located only 4 miles from Belfast City Centre, the site offers the ideal base for exploring Belfast and County Down.
There are many exciting activities nearby to ensure the entire family has the perfect fun filled break. Adjacent to the site is Dundonald International Ice Bowl which offers an ice skating rink, tenpin bowling centre and indoor children's playworld as well as a themed adventure golf course and laser combat facility located within the Leisure Park. Also nearby is Castlereagh Hills Golf Club, which is a superb 18 hole course and Streamvale Open Farm with pets corner, pony rides and nature walks.
On site amenities include;
The site is open from 1st April to 31st October every year*. Advance booking is recommended. Please contact Dundonald International Ice Bowl on 028 9080 9100.
- 22 Pitch Site
- Electric, water and waste hook up
- Free hot showers
- Infant changing facilities
- Disabled Facilities
- Laundry Room
- Indoor dishwashing facilities
- Local supermarkets, shops, restaurants and medical facilities are all situated in the village of Dundonald
* Opening times are subject to annual variations, please check when booking
Dundonald International Ice Bowl
Dundonald International Ice Bowl offers an exciting range of family activities to ensure everyone has the perfect day out!
Skate at Northern Ireland's only Olympic sized ice rink
Enjoy tenpin bowling with ultra violet lights and DJ entertainment
Join Indie in his awesome indoor adventure play world
Enjoy a hot meal or quick snack in our sports memorabilia diner
For further details, please visit us at www.theicebowl.com or contact us on 9080 9100.
Castlereagh Hills Golf Club
For a great golfing day out, treat yourself to a relaxing round of golf at Castlereagh Hills Golf Club.
Situated in the heart of the Castlereagh Hills, the course offers a challenging test of golf across tranquil water features, traditional stone bridges and undulating parkland. All standards of golfers can enjoy a round of golf and the facility can cater for individual golfers, societies and corporate groups.
What's more if you are enjoying a break in a selected hotel within the Borough, you could avail of reduced green fee and buggy hire rates during your stay. Please ask your hotel reception to find out if they are participating in the promotion.
For further details contact us on 028 9044 8477.
Nearby Tourist Attractions
With the Ulster Way on your doorstep, why not journey through Castlereagh's scenic countryside to discover historic churches, an ancient ring fort, Cregagh Glen and Belvoir Forest Park.
Streamvale Open FarmFor a taste of country life with a working farmyard, milking parlour and pet's corner
Pirates Adventure Golf
Get hooked on Florida style adventure golf with two themed pirate games
Pit your laser combat skills against friends and family in a themed indoor arena
The former Parliament Building and home of the NI Assembly since 1998, this is an excellent example of Neo-classical architecture. Built in 1928 the magnificent building and beautifully landscaped gardens are well worth a visit
The Old Motte
The name Dundonald is derived from this structure, 'The Fort of Donal', which lies in the centre of the village. Close by is also the Parish Church of St Elizabeth which dates back to 1306. Its cemetery contains several finely carved early slate gravestones and Doric style mausoleums
At the boundary of Dundonald stands the Kempe Stones. This prehistoric dolmen dates from 3000BC and according to local tradition, there is a giant slain by an adversary warrior interred underneath.