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Ground at Carrick Dhu unsuitable for Touring Caravans

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Due to a combination of ongoing site renovations and the extremely high amounts of rainfall, unfortunately Council is unable at this time to guarantee the suitability of the ground used for Touring Caravans at the Carrick Dhu site in Portrush.

Council will review the ground conditions on an ongoing basis with the intention of opening the Park as soon as possible. An update on the condition will be available at midday on Monday 15th February with the aim of being open for Easter. At this stage, the earliest bookings Council can accept are for Friday 15th April onwards.

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council apologises for any inconvenience, and continues to open for camping at Carrick Dhu, and for all bookings from the start of the season at other Council sites at Benone, Cushendall, Cushendun, Drumaheglis (Ballymoney), and Juniper Hill (Portstewart). Thank you.

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