I Want to be Energetic
Things to do in Antrim
I want to play Golf
Antrim Golf Club (2.6 miles away)
45 Castle Road
Opened in 1996 the Golf Course covers an area of approximately 143 acres, stretching to 6683 yards of gently undulating parkland. Three man-made lakes add to its beauty with perhaps the most difficult of all the holes being the Par 3 7th (181 yards) which calls for a tee shot across one of the lakes. Many of the holes will prove testing even for the more experienced golfer. All Greens are built to high quality USGA. Specifications and are surrounded by strategically placed bunkers.
Massereene Golf Club (2.7 miles away)
51 Lough Road
Established in 1895, Massereene Golf Club offers a challenging and picturesque 18-hole par-72 parkland course. With panoramic views over Lough Neagh, it is suitable for golfers of all levels of skill and experience. Our welcome to individuals and groups is always genuine and warm.
When the time comes to relax , you can rest assured that our friendly and efficient staff will provide the best of service in a comfortable clubhouse where you can enjoy a quiet drink and maybe a bar snack – or take advantage of the superb menu on offer in our delightful restaurant. Our facilities, which can accommodate small or large groups, are ideal for corporate functions, special events or celebrations of any kind.
Greenacres Golf Centre (12.1 miles away)
155 Ballyrobert Rd
028 9335 4111
Greenacres Golf Club is an integral part of Greenacres Golf Centre which opened in 1996 and now boasts a challenging 18 hole, par 70, 6031 yards golf course, a par 3 course, driving range, 18 hole miniature golf course in a landscape setting and Johnny Foster Golf Academy.
Galgorm Castle Golf Club (10.4 miles away)
Galgorm Castle Golf Club is one of Ireland’s finest Championship courses set in the grounds of the historical Galgorm Castle Estate. This quality and exciting course has a rich and colourful history to be explored with mysterious stories to be uncovered.
The Championship golf course is the home of the Northern Ireland Open, suitable for players of all standards and was awarded ‘Ireland’s Parkland Course of the Year’ in 2014. The Championship course is set in the beautiful estate, which for the non-golfers makes for an enjoyable walk at any time of year.
I want to Cycle
Cycle throughout Northern Ireland- Take a look at the short and longer routes DiscoverNI
I want to Walk or Run
There are lots of great running routes around Dunsilly Hotel. Take a look at Discover NI for ideas
Park Run takes place in Loughshore Park, Antrim on Saturdays- it is a timed 5k Park Run
I want to complete Adventure Sports
Northern Ireland has a wealth of adventure sports to keep you challenged, take a look at Discover NI A-Z of activities
I want to go Fishing
Take a look at some of the local venues for fishing in Co. Antrim.
Northern Ireland Direct lists ideas for Angling in the local area.
I want to go to the local Leisure Centre (2 miles away)
Antrim Forum offers fun for all the family with swimming pools, ten pin bowling, cavemen capers soft play, state of the art fitness suite overlooking the beautiful Antrim Castle Gardens and all the old favourites like football, tennis and basketball.