WANT TO BREATHE IN THE SEA AIR?
Just 3 miles from Bangor and 10 miles from Belfast, Crawfordsburn in Northern Ireland is a fantastic gateway to see so much that this area has to offer – including the Titanic Museum.
With plenty of land and water activities to choose from as well as indoor lodges and camping options, you’ll be planning your next visit before you’ve even left!
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20 Bridge Road South
Helen’s Bay, Bangor
FACILITIES AND ACCOMMODATION
Camp or lodge? We've got it all.
We have two large camping areas: the main field, which sleeps around 700, and the training field for around 300 people. Both sites have their own toilet and shower blocks. There are also a number of drinking water taps available across the site, making it easy to always access fresh water and facilities.
Available badge programmes
Beavers Explore + Camp Craft Activity Badges
Cubs Our Outdoors Challenge Award
Explorer Climber Activity Badge
Explorer Activity Centre Service Badge
Choose your own adventure experience
It's your experience, so you're in charge. We believe that you should play a key role in designing your experience. To help, we have four basic products as a starting point:
LOCAL AREA INFORMATION
Crawfordsburn Adventure Centre is on the North Down coast, just 8 miles from George Best Belfast City Airport, and is the perfect location from which to explore the local area and beyond during your stay with us.
This picturesque coastal town is only a few miles from Crawfordsburn and is easily accessible by train or road. Bangor offers a wealth of shopping, dining and entertainment. The town features a marina, abbey, castle and gardens, along with attractions including the Ark Open Farm, home to 200 animals including ponies and alpacas, and the Somme Heritage Centre which details Ireland’s role in the First World War.
Northern Ireland’s capital city is located just 10 miles away.Why not take one of the city tours available by foot, coach, taxi or even bicycle? Attractions include the new Titanic Belfast centre and exhibition, which opened in 2012 and offers visitors a comprehensive history of the origins, construction and launch of one of the world’s most infamous ships, which was built in the city.