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Unplugged Family Camp

15A Craigdunloof Road, Newtowncrommelin, Ballymena, Antrim, BT43 7LL
Unplugged Family Camp


We will kick off on the Friday evening toasting marshmallows around the campfire and snacking on soda fresh off the griddle as you get to know us and your fellow campers for the weekend

Saturday is always our working day on the farm so get your wellies on and sleeves rolled up and join us. Meet our pet lambs, have a chat with Jenny, Jack, JJ and Apple our donkeys, help us tend to our pedigree rare breed jacob sheep and get hands on and immersed in the day to day tasks on a working heritage farm. In the afternoon we invite you to join us for an immersive nature art workshop where we will get your creative juices flowing and use the materials and canvas nature provides to create some wild masterpieces. We will round off the day on Saturday night with some torch light adventures around the farm

On Sunday morning we will turn our hands to building shelters, lighting campfires and other survival skills in our bush-craft workshop. 

You have the option to extend your stay for the third night. If you do, you will be able to spend the afternoon doing more activities on the farm or exploring the local area, we are perfectly located as a gateway to the Causeway Coast and Glens. Glenariff forest park and waterfalls are just down the road but our personal favourite is fish and chips for dinner on Waterfoot beach. Sunday evening will be games night in the camp for a little bit of friendly competition with your fellow campers. 

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Family£295.00 per ticket

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Road Directions

North from Ballymena on the Cushendall road. Take the first left after Martinstown village onto the Craigdunloof road. Venue is the first entrance on the right.

Public Transport Directions

Take the 150 Ballymena to Cushendun bus, alighting at the Craigdunloof Road bus stop, the first stop after Martinstown village. Venue is a short walk along Craigdunloof road, on the right

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