Kingsland

The rocky coastline from the Eisenhower Pier to Kingsland is one of the most rewarding drives and walks in North Down. Start from Tower House taking the Seacliff Road past The Long Hole. This is a naturally well protected basin which was in Victorian Times the winter berth of two of the famous Bangor Boats, paddle steamers which made daily round trips from Belfast.

As you approach the landscaped area of Kingsland the Royal Ulster Yacht Club House can be seen overlooking Ballyholme Bay.

The public park and play areas have a challenging pitch and putt course, tennis courts, childrens playground and putting greens alongside the 120 space car park and picnic area.
NB. As we do not have exact location information, this is a map of the local area.

Opening times:

Open June - September 10.00am to dusk

Prices:

Charges apply - please phone for further details

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Bangor Visitor Information Centre

Location / Directions

Located approximately 20 minutes from Bangor town centre - follow Seacliff Road heading towards Ballyholme.
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Contact Details

Marine Gardens (West Side)
Bangor
County Down
BT20 5AG

Website:
www.northdowntourism.com
Email:
tic@northdown.gov.uk
Tel: (028) 9127 0069
Fax: (028) 9127 4466