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Being near the shoreline, the weather can change quickly. Make sure you've got your coat!
Anyway, it's a beautiful location and a great place for a walk with the dog along the shores.
The park is very nice and has an excellent cafe with indoor...More
This is just the perfect place for families to have a day out, sun, sand and plenty of grass and tables for picnics and BBQs. I used to walk my dog here round the coast almost everyday and it's just a beautiful place to relax...More
I am very lucky to live just a few minutes to this lovely park and I go regularly with my two furry friends. It has many areas that you can exercise the dogs a great beach and access to the coastal walk that can take...More
We love Crawfordsburn and go regularly but today's visit was very disappointing. The beach and grassy areas directly behind the beach were covered in litter and the bins were overflowing. The toilets were in an awful state. Obviously the aftermath of Easter. It's a shame...More
Found the carpark hidden in the woods, and struggled to get a space on a sunny Saturday in April. Blue skies, and warm sun meant that everyone (and their dogs) had come to Crawfordsburn on the same day.
There was an icecream van down by...More
This was such a lovely visit for a glimpse of scenery, community and peacefulness. Ideal for walking, shell collecting, people watching, dog swimming, examples of flora and fauna, running in the sea side openness and picnicking. Stiff, chilling winds so warm clothes and layering are...More
Crawfordsburn country park, located on the North County Down coast, has spectacular views across the Belfast Lough and further in to County Antrim. The park is a great place to take a stroll and enjoy the fresh sea air, or to enjoy a picnic. If...More
Highly unusual to find a combination of shady woodlands, coastal paths and a few beaches thrown in. The beaches aren't always the cleanest and the waters of Belfast Lough not the most inviting, but on a hot day there's always a few hardy bathers. Plenty...More