Glenarm beach is within a sheltered sandy bay. To one end of the beach separated by a bridge over the river is a picturesque limestone harbour. The deep harbour has forty fully serviced pontoon berths available for resident and visiting yachts.
The village of Glenarm is a conservation area and the main street leads to Glenarm Forest. Glenarm Forest Park is an 800-acre (3.2 km2) nature preserve once part of the demesne of Glenarm Castle, but now a public park and maintained by the Ulster Wildlife Trust.
The name Glenarm means "valley of the army".
- Places to eat a short walk into the village
- Grass areas
- Children's playground
We have no dog information for Glenarm beach.