Rosepark Farm

Rosepark Farm

Rosepark Farm, County Antrim

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A fantastic 70 acre family run attraction where visitors can pet and handle farm animals, birds and exotic reptiles.



Rosepark Farm, established in June 2015; is a family run farm tourist attraction located in the North Antrim area, just a short distance from Ballymoney town. A fantastic attraction for families, Rosepark Farm suits visitors of all ages. On your visit connect with nature and interact with the various farm animals, birds and exotic reptiles at this unique rural setting. The farm is spread out over a mile and a half of rose walkways, and dense woodlands. Get up close and personal with an assortment of animals in the petting area; including kittens, snakes, rabbits and goats. The striking Blue Lagoon, an inland beach – the first of it’s kind in Northern Ireland, allows visitors to paddle and get their toes wet, and build sandcastles in a picturesque setting. If you’re a bit of an adrenaline junkie, try your hand on the zip-wires where both adults and children can join in on the fun. Rosepark Farm has four super-bouncy castles permanently fixed on site, and play park areas which are all included with your entrance fee. There is something for everyone to explore and discover at Rosepark Farm. Did you know? There are 1040 species of Tarantulas and they can live for over 30 years!

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