Surrounding Woodcroft Caravan Park

Outstanding Local Area

Woodcroft is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy everything that the area has to offer, from the outstanding sandy beach and dunes of Murlough National Nature Reserve just a short drive away, to the world class championship golf course, as well as all the delights of the Mournes including mountain trails for walking, hiking or biking and horse riding and amazing photo opportunities.

You could also try your hand at sailing or wet bouldering and work up an appetite to enjoy the area’s top class cafés and restaurants.

No trip to Newcastle would be complete without an ice cream along the promenade and there are lots to choose from. You can finish your day off by relaxing and taking in the beautiful sunsets against the majestic mountain backdrop.

With so many amazing local attractions right on our doorstep, there’s fun to be had by all the family and every visit here will feel special.

We are also close to Bryansford, Tollymore Forest Park which is also famous for Game of Thrones, Dundrum, Castlewellan, Downpatrick, Annalong and Silent Valley to mention just a few areas that are well worth a visit.

Newcastle County Down, Promenade & Slieve Donard mountain

Newcastle, nestled at the foot of the Mourne Mountains and is a popular seaside resort and attracts visitors from elsewhere in Northern Ireland and from abroad. In 2007 the new promenade won a number of National awards including a Civic Trust Award for Excellence in the Public Realm.

Carrick Cottage Cafe, Annalong, Mourne Mountains

The Carrick Cottage Cafe is a beautiful traditional Irish cottage cafe which offers indoor seating to accommodate up to 18 people. Our brand new outside veranda which offers stunning views can seat a further 20 people. We are open to the public but can also cater for larger walking groups and private functions and we also have an allocated dog-friendly area.

Carrick Little Track

This fantastic circular walking route follows the Mourne Wall to the summit of Slieve Binnian (747m), traverses between the spectacular South and North Tors before descending along a track past the Blue Lough, Annalong Forest and back to the car park.

Mount Panther

Established in 2017, Mountpanther Farm Park is the perfect place for kids, families and any animal lover! We have a large variety of animals for you to meet! Including Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Prairie Dogs, Ferrets, Meerkats, Birds, Pigs, Lambs, Goat, and lots more! We also have other fun things to do around the park that are all FREE to use!

Spelga Dam

The reservoir and dam were built as part of a project that had origins in the idea of supplying water to Belfast, in 1894. The Spelga Reservoir itself was developed between 1953 and 1957. While the reservoir has not been stocked with fish for some years, it is home to wild trout.

Tollymore Showreel

Tollymore Forest Park was the first state forest park in Northern Ireland, established on 2 June 1955. It is located at Bryansford, near the town of Newcastle in the Mourne and Slieve Croob Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Slieve Binnian

Slieve Binnian is one of the Mourne Mountains in County Down, Northern Ireland, 9 km north of Kilkeel. It is the third highest mountain in Northern Ireland at 747 metres. The summit is broad and flat with rocky tors at the north and south ends, with the Back Castles, impressive towers of granite, in between.

Castlewellan Forest Park

Castlewellan Forest Park is located in the town of Castlewellan in County Down, Northern Ireland. The park covers some 460 hectares, including woodland and a 40-hectare lake. It was opened to the public in 1967 after the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture purchased the land from the Annesley family.

Slieve Bearnagh

Slieve Bearnagh is one of the Mourne Mountains in County Down, Northern Ireland. It has a height of 739 metres. Its summit is crowned by two tors with a gap between them, giving it a distinctive shape. The Mourne Wall crosses the summit of Slieve Bearnagh east to west.

Dundrum Castle

Dundrum Castle is a castle, situated above the town of Dundrum, County Down, Northern Ireland, not to be confused with Dundrum Castle in Dundrum, County Dublin. It was constructed by John de Courcy, sometime near the beginning of the 13th century, following his invasion of Ulster.

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