Opening times for 10 December 2023
Asset Opening time White Park Bay Dawn - Dusk Car Park Open all day
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Our car park is small, if full, please return at a different time.
Dogs allowed on lead due livestock grazing on site
No toilets. The beach is unsafe for swimming due to dangerous rip currents.
High gradient steps and slopes to access the beach, kissing gates at entrance by foot on site. Carpark with rough, uneven surface
On B146, 6.5ml from Bushmills, 7.5ml from Ballycastle. Drive time: Belfast 1.15 hrs, Giant's Causeway 10mins
Parking: Free parking. We have limited spaces, so if the car park is full please come back another time.
Service from Belfast or Londonderry/Derry to Coleraine. See Bus section for connecting services, as it is more than 10 miles from Coleraine.
Take the Causeway Rambler (Ulsterbus 402/172) which travel between Coleraine and Ballycastle along the coastal route
NCN route 93 runs past White Park Bay
Sandy beach forming a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim Coast and by ancient sand dunes.
Enjoy lazy days and long walks, look out for wildlife and spot fossils on the beautiful beach at White Park Bay.
Dunseverick Castle on the Causeway coast in Country Antrim is a fortress site located on a rocky basalt promontory with a rich history told through recorded history as well as archaeological evidence.
The spectacular sandy beach forms a white arc between two headlands on the North Antrim Coast. Its secluded location means that even on a busy day there is plenty of room for quiet relaxation.
The beach is also backed by ancient sand dunes that provide a range of rich habitats for bird and animal life.
Enjoy lazy summer days, picnics, making sandcastles and long walks. You'll find that even on a busy day, this is a secluded and relaxing place to be.
Take a look at a few of the important conservation projects and discoveries that have taken place at White Park Bay over the past few years, helping to care for nature.